To reduce job stress you need a sense of yourself and your specific talent. Also, practice becoming self-aware – gauge your own behavior, motivation and personal rhythm, always on the alert when you cross the line into negativity. Know your stress triggers and try to understand them.
Make a commitment to internal peace and don’t wait for external circumstances to create peace for you because serenity begins inside and emanates outward.
Is your life worth it? Is your happiness worth it? Is your well-being worth it?
If the answer is “yes,” then you need to start taking responsibility for your life. Stop blaming other people for your current situation.
Some great tips on how to live your life without regrets from Positively Positive and Bethany Butzer, Ph.D.
There is no “bad time,” no “good time,” no “right time,” nor “time wasted.” There is no time. There is me, and I can be what I am, however I am, whenever I am. Whenever I choose. Time imposes no restrictions, no limitations are set by reality, no hindrances are created by age. I am what I am when I choose, when I open.
The time is mine, as is reality, as are my dreams, to do with as I please.
Steve Jobs once said: “Remembering that you are going to die is the best way to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.”
What’s more important, your house or your well-being?
“It takes true courage to follow your dreams in this world that tries to shake you down to live in fear and survival. If you are facing one of those challenging moments in life, but feel your dream to be truly authentic to your heart. Then you must commit, continue and trust bigger than your fears.”