Relieve Stress At Work: Do More At Work and Get Small Tasks Out Of The Way
These are some of my simple and most effective relieve stress at work techniques I have used which I find very useful for myself. I am sharing with you these techniques so you can use it. Of course, I am not saying it will work for you - but try it, and see if it works. Drop me an email and let me know how it went. And if you modified it, let me know how well it worked so I may share with the rest.
1. The Mass Quick Emails
What do you do? If you are like me and want to be in the loop and read every email or even scan every email that comes in, then do it early in the morning. Get it out of the way. Having a triple digit or even a high double digit number in your email in-box will just give you more stress. To relieve stress at work? Clear those emails before they mount up.
2. The Standard Answer
Ever delay a phone call that needs your attention? An answer you owe someone? These are one of those things that clog your mind and adds stress to you without you knowing it.
Procrastinating on the matter will just add on pressure. No matter how difficult it is, just get it done. I think about the many occasions I have procrastinated on these calls. They were easy calls to make. The excuse, if you are like me it is always about it’s so easy it can wait. But meantime, it’s just at the back of your mind and you get stressed without knowing. One way to relieve stress at work is to clear out these easy things.
It can also come in the form of a promise waiting to be delivered. Small but you said it and you wanted to keep to your word. For example, the price of a particular item a competitor charges which you promised to get back to a colleague. Just look it up, pick up the phone or drop that email. Done. You would have relieved stress at work without even knowing it.
4. The Follow Up
Do these and you automatically relieve stress at work. You leave work knowing you have gotten more work done with less stress.
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