Dealing with Pressure


There is no need to live in the pressure cooker when a calmer, more peaceful existence is available. Dealing with Pressure will give you everything you need to turn pressure into power.


We live in a remarkably fast paced world. There is no denying it. Modern technology allows us to communicate with each other instantaneously.

The technologies that make our lives better, fuller and richer also come with a down side. They also make us more available. We are all now capable of nearly constant personal and professional interaction. The questions of whether we desire these interactions or whether they are good for us, physically and mentally, are moot. Whether we like it or not, we are “always on”. This level of availability makes more and more demands on our time. In short, for many of us, there is always more and more to do with less and less time to do it in.

This dynamic of “get ‘er done” results in an almost unending feeling of pressure. We begin our days under the gun, spend all our time trying to play catch-up and go to bed at night worrying about the next day’s agenda. Because we feel we must keep up, our lives become a blur of tension as we balance our abilities and our availability against an overloaded and bloated schedule of expectations and demands.

This guide is about pressure. Together, we will learn how to control and deal with the pressures we all face in our day to day lives. We will start by looking directly at what pressure is and how pressure differs from stress. We will then look at what causes pressure and how pressure can arise from even the most mundane of activities. Finally, we will look in depth at how to deal with pressure. We will learn effective strategies and methods that reduce and eliminate the negative effects of pressure. These strategies and methods can be employed by nearly everyone, no matter where they are, to ensure that they maintain the control over their lives necessary to perform at their very highest levels.

Dealing with Pressure includes:

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If you are a visual learner, you learn by reading or seeing pictures. You understand and remember things by sight. You can picture what you are learning in your head, and you learn best by using methods that are primarily visual. You like to see what you are learning.

Do you do best in workshops in which instructors do a lot of writing at the chalkboard, provide clear handouts, and make extensive use of an overhead projector? Do you take detailed written notes from your training and webinars? If YES, you are probably a Visual Learner. Visual Learners learn best when information is presented in a written language format.

This comprehensive guidebook allows you to gain maximum value from the information and not miss a single idea. Provided in pdf  format.

In this guide you’ll learn:

  • What is Pressure?
  • The Force of Pressure
  • The Difference Between Stress and Pressure
  • The Cause and Effect of Stress
  • How to Turn Pressure into Power
  • How to Perform Under Pressure
  • What is Performance Paradox
  • Dealing with Pressure

There is no need to live a life of never ending demands that saps all enjoyment. There is no need to live in the pressure cooker when a calmer, more peaceful existence is available. Dealing with Pressure will give you everything you need to turn pressure into power. Provided in .pdf format.

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