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“I have never known any distress that an hour’s reading did not relieve.” Montesquieu

Published on 7/15/2017
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Many people have been there.  The point where it feels like the chaos of your job is taking over every aspect of your life.  This can have an incredibly negative effect on your personal relationships and overall well-being.

While a moderate amount of stress can be good for staying motivated, the harsh reality is that you will most likely be overwhelmed at some point in your career.

Whether it is pressure to perform, lack of control, or micromanagement issues, you need to know how to effectively manage job-related stress so it does not follow you home and ruin your sanity.  Life is too short to spend more than 40 hours a week worrying about things that are out of your control.

One of the most important things you need to do when managing job stress is knowing when to turn the “work mindset” off for the day.  Once you close your computer and leave the building, nothing inside that office should matter until the next day.

If you are having trouble finding the “off switch”, try to immerse yourself in activities that will require your undivided attention.  Getting involved in a pickup game or meeting some people for a drink are both great ways to escape.

As appealing as it sounds to just plop down on the couch and sit around after a long day, doing this will just force you to brood over what is stressing you out.  It is important to remember that you are not being paid to think about your job while you are at home or out trying to enjoy yourself.

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