Monday, 18 September 2017

Tips to Manage Stress/Stress Management Tips by Best Motivational Speaker in India

Stress Management Tips

1.Don’t Procrastinate, Accomplishing something

Sometimes just getting something done is stress relieving. It does not have to be big things.
Ex-
       Calling back some friends
       Fixing something
       Cleaning something
       Going shopping
       Cooking a meal
       Washing the dishes
At first blush, many of these activities may seem like work. Yet once you start and finish any of these tasks, you may be surprised at just how pleased you are and how good you feel.


2. Living mindfully in the Present

When you think about it, much of the stress you experience comes from either getting upset about things that have happened in the past or worrying about what will happen in the future. You worry about what you did or did not say to a difficult boss or irritating co-worker or agonizing about that upcoming meeting or deadline. The present, alas gets lost in the shuffle, as does any enjoyment you could be experiencing. Train yourself to live in the present focusing on what is happening to you right at this moment, your life can be much less stressful.
                Try adopting a mindful approach to each or all of these –
       Taking a shower
       Walking to work
       Eating a treat
       Drinking a cup of coffee
       Getting dressed
       Brushing your teeth
       Listening to music
       Doing some exercise


3. Get Up Early

Getting up early is a gift  to yourself. Joining the 5 o clock club will allow you to start controlling your day rather than letting your day control you. By rising early will provide you with atleast one quiet hour for yourself during the most crucial part of your day the beginning. If spent wisely, the rest of your day will unfold in a wonderful way.
               
Getting up 5 am you will join the ranks of many of the most influential people of our time ranging from Mahatma Gandhi, Thomas Edison and Nelson Mandela, etc.”

BE ACTIVE
“As you nourish your body, so you nourish your mind”
                Eat LIVE FOODS
Take vegetarian diet- Fill your plate with fresh vegetables, fruits and grains
                This is the diet than nature indented. It is alive, vital and supremely healthy. 
The most powerful animals on the planet ranging from gorillas to elephant are proud vegetarian. A gorilla has 30 times the energy of a man.


4. Make a list of the important things you need to handle each day

Make a list of the important things you need to handle each day. Try to follow the list so you feel organized and on top of things. Put together a coping plan step by step so you have a sense of mastery.


5. Power of Gratitude

You're great! Get someone to tell you why, and tell others what you appreciate about them. Be sincere and specific. Make a list of all you have to be grateful for and get some perspective. Gratitude and stress rarely coexist and the positive psychology movement has proven scientifically that this one will make you happier.
6. Renew Yourself
                                You are a much like high performance racing car worth millions of dollar. Your mind is the greatest wonder of the universe and your body has the capacity to perform feats that might astonish you.
Knowing the value of this high performance multi-million dollar machine would it be wise to run it full out every minute of every day without taking a pit-stop to let the motor cool down?             Of course not.
Taking the time to renew yourself is the most important thing you can do.
Take some time to cool down the high performance engine of your mind. Take time from your hectic schedule for self- improvement and personal enrichment will dramatically improve your effectiveness once you get back into it.

7. Compose a Mantra

Devise an affirmation — a short, clear, positive statement that focuses on your coping abilities. “Affirmations are a good way to silence the self-critical voice we all carry with us that only adds to our stress,” Dr. Elkin says. The next time you feel as if your life is one disaster after another, repeat 10 times, “I feel calm. I can handle this.”

8. Help other people
People who help others, through activities such as volunteering or community work, become more resilient.
"Helping people who are often in situations worse than yours will help you put your problems into perspective,"
 "The more you give, the more resilient and happy you feel."
If you don't have time to volunteer, try to do someone a favour every day. It can be something as small as helping someone to cross the road or going on a coffee run for colleagues.

9. Try to be positive
Look for the positives in life, and things for which you're grateful.
"People don’t always appreciate what they have," says Professor Cooper. "Try to be glass half full instead of glass half empty," he says.
Try writing down three things that went well, or for which you're grateful, at the end of every day.
Studies indicate that optimism or pessimism may affect your quality of life. Optimism enables you to cope better with stressful situations, likely reducing the effects of stress on your body.

10. Make a Balance
Make a balance in every part of your life.
You can be a good executive and make money for your company, but if you don’t get along with your spouse and your children you are missing a crucial part of your life. So, also give love and attention to your family members.
* Be physical fit,
* Take proper rest
* Take proper nutritious Diet
* Relaxation


Stress Management Tips by –
Shikhar Prajapati
(Motivational Speaker & Corporate Trainer)
http://shikharprajapati.com/portfolio/stress-management/