Interviews are life changing events in many lives. Stress can make or break a successful interview. Interviews need to be stress free and individuals need to know how to control stress to maximize their chances of being successful
The article, “It’s important to manage job-interview stress” by Bob Weinstein discusses the importance of stress control during interviewing. He states,
“In good or bad economies, interview stress is a given in the job-hunting process. No matter how much preparation they do, job candidates experience stress prior to the interview and during the interview. During both occasions, the stress can be equally intense, according to Ken Siegel, a management consultant in Beverly Hills, California, and Sharon Keys Seal, an executive coach in Pasadena, Maryland.”
Good article on fighting stress and anxiety this new year.
The article, Five ways to tackle New Year Anxiety and Stress, source; IOL states
“In the beginning of the year most people talk about New Year resolutions, which can put a lot of pressure on an individual to stick to them. Some people worry about the uncertainty of an entire New Year whilst others worry about change in their environment, relationships, economy, etc.”
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Good article on stress management. Resilience is key when fighting anything and stress is no different
The article, STRESS MANAGEMENT HOLLYWOOD STYLE: 7 Tips for Building Your Resilience, by James Porter states,
“As soon as director Ridley Scott (who is 79 years of age) started hearing the disturbing news about Kevin Spacey he quickly realized that his choice of stars was literally going to sink the movie before it was even released. Rather than delay the premiere, planned for December 22, Scott called up Plummer, Williams and Wahlberg and got them all on board with the idea of reshooting every single scene that had included Spacey.”
Jobs can be stressful for a variety of reasons but they are necessary. But if we really focus on the purpose of our jobs, we can use them properly to reduce stress
The article, “Could Your Job Help You Be Less Stressed?”, by Krithika Varagur, looks at how to reduce stress through our jobs as crazy as that sounds.
“Work is a major source of stress. That may be obvious to anyone who’s ever struggled to meet a deadline or reported to a difficult boss, but it’s also borne out by research. Work (along with money) consistently ranks among the biggest sources of stress for adults, according to the American Psychological Association.”
Good article on Stress Management and its use for better health later in life especially with Alzheimer disease.
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