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Stop rushing and reduce time pressure
Relax deeply and regularly and stop clock watching
Time pressure is one of those sources of stress that builds up without you noticing. Then, before you know it, you're measuring everything against the clock: how long the next meal will take, whether you can afford to be having this conversation, and so on.
It can be quite a skill to handle times where you need to get a lot done without rushing and so suffering the effects of time pressure. Working faster without the stress and strain that comes with rushing is a great reliever of stress, and not only makes you more efficient, it also makes your work more enjoyable.
Rushing into ill health
Our bodies are not made to be constantly rushing. The 'rushed factor' - that chronic feeling of time pressure - adds to the risk of increased blood pressure and heart disease and possibly even certain forms of cancer. This struggle with time also has psychological consequences and can cause chronic anger, depression, bitterness, resentment and even sudden hopelessness.
Time pressure sucks the fun from life
Constantly feeling impatient and always thinking about what's coming next ruins enjoyment of life and damages relationships because you never have the spare capacity to truly give all your attention to others around you.
Leading the rushed life makes you feel like a victim. Impatience is a negative stress that saps energy. Surfing the internet and watching TV may seem like ways to slow down but actually the constant reorientation required of the brain during these activities just add to the stress. To really change gear you need to relax and have less input for a while. We're not suggesting you radically change your life style but you do need to know how to 'change gear' to avoid burn out.
Download Reduce Time Pressure now and get more done by changing gear, not just slamming your foot to the floor!
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Reduce Time Pressure
Narrator: Roger Elliott
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