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Traits characteristic of the stress-prone:


1. Plans day unrealistically

2. First to arrive, last to leave

3. Always in a hurry

4. Makes no plan for relaxation

5. Feels guilty about doing anything other than work

6. Sees unforeseen problem as a setback or disaster

7. Is always thinking about several other things when working

8. Feels need to be recognized and overextends because of this


What to do:


1. Recognize aggravating aspects of your job and accept them rather than fight them. Wisdom to discern what can and cannot be changed, attempt to change the first and accept the second.

2. Identify your emotional needs and find ways to meet them.

3. Practice listening--it is more relaxing than talking

4. Be sensitive to change--sense it coming and make adjustments. This makes change manageable rather than insurmountable.


From Leadership, V. 1, #3, p. 99.


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