Your Best Is Still The Best

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Breathe in and out. Do that as many times as you can. This breathing technique helps in relaxation, it releases built-up tensions and helps in stress and anxiety situations. We cannot predict or know exactly how our week will turn out, but we can make our plans, and hope for the best. That is why it is important to know what to do when you are faced with unplanned stressors.

Anything can trigger stress and anxiety in people. While there are stressors common to everybody, not every trigger can cause stress to the same set of people. Some people have a higher stress tolerance than other people. Whether you fall in the high or low-trigger persons, it’s very likely that you may at one point or the other in your life be triggered by something. Arm yourself with the right information to know how to deal with these whenever it occurs.

People tend to be more productive when they’re in the best mental state. This also applies to other aspects of life, example, you are a better parent, partner, leader, and worker when your emotions are stable and you are in the right frame of mind. It therefore becomes imperative for us to try as much as possible to be in that state where we can only give our best. When events happen to reduce our concentration, the best thing to do is to deal with that emotion, or if you are sure you can handle it, go right ahead and finish your task, but ensure to come back to it when you are in a better frame of mind.

This is a new week, prioritize your emotional health and well-being. Anticipate and deal with stressors. Ensure you give nothing less than your best!

Have a fruitful week!

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