像专业运动员一样,学习如何在压力下留在压力下是在任何情况下表现最好的关键。无论是您在工作中的动态事件,一个重要的员工或城市议会会议,处理您个人生活中的困难的人或情况,如何应对压力是一种从包中分离自己的方式。

学习如何在压力下留在压力下是在任何情况下表现最好的关键。每次遇到压力或困难时,我们都不能让我们的情绪通过屋顶。

当感到压力时,态势意识也可以作为“个人工具”。

为什么有些人在压力下茁壮成长?他们深入“区域”,而其他人会分心,并有一个崩溃。你如何解释和处理压力是你成功的帮助。

处理压力

学习如何在压力下保持遵守的是在任何情况下表现最好的关键

您对压力的解释是挑战还是威胁?压力来自外部来源,其他人的期望,或您自己的期望表现良好。他们也来自我们的形成年份以及我们如何观看父母处理它们。您可以以两种方式查看压力情况:作为灌输动机或灌输焦虑的威胁的挑战。

以下是当您开始感受热量时留下一些技术:

点击刹车

焦虑加快了你的行为。当你感到紧张时,试着放慢速度。在没有过度分析的情况下更加刻意。当你快点时,你倾向于意外。

深呼吸

深呼吸是减少肌肉张力并专注于积极的东西的优秀技术。使用腹部呼吸(深呼吸通过腹腔或胃)以减轻张力。

是你情绪的事件指挥官(IC)

当你的自我谈话是消极和自我挫败的时候,焦虑会增加。负面自我谈话的一个例子是,“我是个窒息者,当我需要时,我永远不会表现良好,这增加了焦虑并降低自信心。注意当您的自我谈话变为负面并学会将内在的声音切换到积极的自我通话。你是IC,所以给自己一些鼓励的话。

深呼吸是减少肌肉张力并专注于积极的东西的优秀技术

改变你的策略和战略

焦虑或感受或威胁使您在内部专注于您的冲击心脏,快速呼吸和汗水棕榈树,这进一步增加了焦虑。进攻战略。这种内部重点不是良好的执行重点。防御战略。伟大的执行流量从外部专注于环境并对情况做出反应。将您的注意力转移到您面前的内部。专注于执行的过程而不是对失败的恐惧。

用它来你的优势

如果您将其解释为朋友,而不是威胁,那么在压力下,令人兴奋或恐惧可以帮助您。

永远记住,没有什么能永远持续......你是事件指挥官!

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山姆Digiovanna.
山姆Digiovanna.火灾副总裁,Cordico

山姆Digiovanna是一个35年的消防退伍军人。他始于洛杉矶县消防部门,担任蒙罗维亚消防部门的消防局长,目前担任加利福尼亚州格伦代尔的Verdugo Fire Academy的首席执行官。他也是Cordico的火灾行动的副总裁。

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