In August I worked diligently and tirelessly on my second skillshare class!
This class is all about reducing stress and managing your work.
Work with me as we schedule our days, pace ourselves, organize, and feel confident and proud of getting our lives back from stress!
In this class we will learn:
- Four steps to managing work while learning stress reduction techniques for better work habits.
- How to manage time effectively by filling out the Organization Planner Template
- How to gain motivation, plan, and organize around our busy schedules to insure that we are ready to get things done!
- How to manage time, feel confident, and develop a positive attitude toward our progress and success.
Let’s get to it!
*Class comes with organization planner template, a step by step tutorial of how to use the template, four steps to managing your work, and one on one time to plan and organize!*
Link is in blog post!
Link: Four Easy Steps to Managing your Workload and Significantly Reducing Stress
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When you feel stressed, know that you are in power and will always be in power. Break down your tasks and next steps in order to give yourself a reasonable work load. Leave some things for another day. If stress is coming from a difficult circumstance, know that you can change your mood and gain control of your outlook of it.
Stress is not what is controlling you but a reaction when you feel things are getting too overwhelming.
When I’m stressed I think about what prompted me to begin my task or make a certain decision in the first place. Thinking about this helps me to keep going and centers my motivation. I can reevaluate my passions and focus on getting what I want out of what I’m doing. I can make further decisions when I can feel the joy of finishing or making someone else’s life better or mine.
When you feel yourself becoming stressed, stop and think. Why am I doing this?
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