Stress management in the workplace is a reality that most of us have to face for one reason or another and coping with it is key to long-term career success. Some careers are more stressful than others and some companies and managers you work for might provide you with more stress than you'd otherwise like. Having some stress can be helpful because it can provide motivation that allows you to work with a bit of a sense of urgency and purpose. When stress in the workplace reaches a high level and carries over to your personal life in a negative way though, this is a sign that you need to do something to properly manage it so that it doesn't spiral out of control further. _________________________________________________________________________________________
"The magic behind every outstanding performance is always found in the smallest of details." If you long to accomplish great and noble tasks, you first must learn to approach every task as though it were great and noble. Even the biggest project depends on the success of the smallest components.
Successful people, in many walks of life, understand the importance of detail: · Crime scene investigators know that it's often the smallest, most obscure detail that results in the arrest and prosecution of criminals. · Athletes and coaches are all too aware that one minor misjudgment can swing momentum to their competitor and result in a loss rather than a win. · Doctors and nurses understand that the slightest mistake or loss of focus can result in a tragic situation that carries massive liability. · Business people carefully oversee the details of their products and services, knowing that one simple slip up can cause a series of events that negatively impacts the bottom line, brand integrity, and public perception. · Engineers and architects know that the stability of the most gigantic structure depends on the integrity of its smallest element; a failed bolt or a misplaced pin can have huge consequences....
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