Today I am not going to provide you with a natural remedy foe your problem but I will tell you some secrets where you don’t need medicine to work for you.Whether you’re having a down day in a job you love or know it’s time to make a big change, the truth is that you’re here now.
Instead of complaining about work, the best thing you can do to improve your circumstances is to shift your mindset. Know that everything is temporary.Change your current frustration, anxiety, and a never-ending to-do list into an opportunity to learn, grow, and set yourself up for what’s to come. Here’s how to make the most of a challenging situation while you’re in it:
1. Find ways to integrate your interests and passions into your work.
If you’re not getting the projects you want at work, see if there’s a way you can work with what you have to build skills and do what you love. If you’re a yogi, ask if you can teach a weekly or monthly office yoga class. If you really love planning events, see how you can get involved in more event-based projects. Make your passion known to your manager, so he or she can accommodate you. And of course, finding elements of your passion in what you already do is a surefire way to stay happy at work.
2. Take 10 to prioritize and avoid regretting of yourself.
Instead of wasting time and doing nothing set aside 10 to 20 minutes of your day to look at the big picture. Take half of that time to meditate, and use the other half to create a to-do list based on what comes up. Focus on what you have rather than regretting and thinking of what you want.Always thank god for giving you such a beautiful and healthy life.Acceptance of what is,is real happiness.
3. Practice patience and gratitude when the day throws you a curveball.
We all have days when our to-do lists only seem to grow longer, or we set out to accomplish a set of tasks that we don’t even touch. Putting out fires, attending last-minute meetings, and having real-time, in-person brainstorms can be frustrating with a lot on your plate, but it means that you’re doing something right and that you’re needed. It often happens during times of growth—take a step back to be grateful for the opportunity, know that you’re valued, and make sure to prioritize (and communicate) what must be done before the day or week ends.Whatever the situation comes in life,you should deal it with patiently and take the right decision
4. Untangle tough projects by listening closely and asking for help when you need it.
We’ve all been handed a project that’s a mess from the get-go, and nobody enjoys correcting something that went wrong. However, this can be a huge opportunity to be honest with yourself and better understand your strengths and weaknesses. First and foremost: listen. What went wrong? Think of what you can do to prevent that from happening again. Don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need to. Solving big problems can have big payoffs, but it’s important to check your ego at the door.
There’s opportunity everywhere if you peel back the layers and allow yourself to see it. We recommend keeping a journal of what you like, don’t like, and what you could use improvement on (be honest!). Take a closer look at how every curveball, tough project, or race against the clock can be an opportunity to flex your strengths and work on your skills.
But remember that you have 0% control on people and their thinking but you have 100% control on your mind and with this the situation will be under control.