Our workplaces introduce us to constant challenges such as angry customers, unpleasant coworkers, demanding superiors, objectives to achieve, recurring issues, and performance requirements, making it easy to feel overwhelmed, overworked and on edge. Regardless of our roles we sometimes find ourselves in difficult situations leading to an emotional breakdown.
We can learn to adapt to or overcome difficult situations and it is in our best interest to manage our emotions, regain our balance and strengthen our emotional stamina.
Athletes regulate their emotions before competitions to help them perform better, and soldiers regulate their emotions before going to battle to avoid emotional collapses.
Why not make it a regular practice in your professional tool box?