STOP AVOIDING STRESS. I know. I know. We've been told again and again that stress is "bad" and something to be avoided. The American Psychological Association reported that stress is even linked to the six leading causes of death.
An entire industry has been formed specifically to teach us how to minimize stress.
BUT what's largely been ignored is all the evidence that shows how stress can actually enhance your performance and productivity, increase your brain processing speed, improve your memory, and focus your attention.
Furthermore, stress can also speed your recovery from injury, enhance your immunity, and facilitate your learning and psychological growth, and increase your emotional and mental toughness - in other words, your resilience.
Imagine you're about to walk into a room for an important interview, one that you've been preparing for and could be a huge opportunity for your career.
How do you feel? Probably nervous. Your heart is probably beating faster, your mouth is dry, and your palms may be sweating.
Now imagine telling yourself, "I am calm."
Your brain is likely shouting back, "Stop telling me to be calm."
Now imagine telling yourself, "I am excited," and taking a deep breath.
Neither strategy makes the nerves go away, but how does the thought of being excited make you feel?
Are you looking forward to the experience? Anticipating something good?
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