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04 January 2009

A little pressure is the lift I need

A little pressure is the lift I need to hurdle over limitations and expectations

Pressure can be my invigorating teammate.  My work benefits from applying gentle pressure to myself.  It motivates me to do my best.

I thrive under pressure because I am a positive person.  I choose to use it as a performance enhancer.  While others get bent out of shape by pressure, I use it to my advantage.

With the right dose of pressure, I can conquer fear and self doubt.  I can fly over mountains and accomplish things I never would have accomplished if I worked with mediocrity instead.  Limitations are feeble against me when I am on a mission.

When under pressure, I only use my time for progress.  Therefore, I stay away from hesitation and procrastination. I simply launch myself into action. Under a little pressure I find that I do not have time to doubt myself. I charge forward simply trying my best. Second guessing myself is out of the question.

If I don’t feel like I have the strength to finish something I’ve started, a little dose of pressure clears up my view quickly.  It is in my nature to impress and to perform above the rest.  

When others make demands of me, it is because they believe in me. Pressure propels me to exceed their expectations.  I embrace the challenge and perform better than I could ever imagine.

I welcome all forms of pressure including competition, deadlines, evaluations, and high expectations.  No matter what the challenge is before me, I am ready to leap over it.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. How can I use pressure to my advantage?
2. What pressures are before me today?
3. What would my life look like if I was satisfied with the status quo?
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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

Because I am organized, I am able to minimize my daily stress

I take the necessary time to be organized because I know that doing so minimizes my daily stress. While it is sometimes tempting to rush into a work week or a project, I recognize that my time is like money; I have to spend some to gain some.

I organize my time to facilitate my goals by pruning off activities that drain me of my time and energy. I recognize that, like everyone else, my time is not limitless. I choose to set aside specific times for those activities that are important to me and I let the rest go.

I set aside time at the beginning of each project to make sure I have a clear picture of where I am going and that I have the resources I need to get there. This way I don't end up whittling it away on pointless and avoidable activities.

For example, I see no point in wasting time hunting for my keys each morning, so I set a basket by the door to drop them in each night.

Supplies are stocked and organized by my desk to prevent wasted time and distraction when I am in the middle of my work.

A weekly menu eliminates waste when I shop and minimizes my time in the kitchen.
I take a few minutes to do each of these things on a periodic basis so I can have more time to focus on what is truly important in my life.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1. What excuses do I give myself for not being organized?
2. What frequent time wasters can be minimized or eliminated?
3. What can I do, today, to begin the process of getting organized?
 

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Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.

Albert Schweitzer


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