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NOTHING IS PERMANENT

31/07/2019

Take a deep breath. It's just a bad day, not a bad life.

Coping with stress at work is indeed the hottest topic of discussion these days. Stress is undeniably in the colossal amount, but it is more because each one of us is more focused on improving our lifestyles rather than our lives. Everyone who is working has, at some point, felt the pressure of work-related stress. Any job can have stressful elements, even if you love what you do. In the short-term, you may experience pressure to meet a deadline or to fulfill a challenging obligation. But when work stress becomes chronic, it can be overwhelming — and harmful to both physical and emotional health.

Our repeated futile attempts at controlling our present and future force us to take actions that define the destiny of all those connected, leaving an ever-lasting impression on everyone’s life. This stress needs to be worked upon, it needs to be controlled. But how? An outburst of a friction of second, and tables are turned. Meditation, deep breathing exercises and mindfulness can help melt away stress. Appreciating the employees, keeping fun activities on Fridays or Saturdays, incentive programs, occasional day out; all these factors help relieving the stress factor among all. Adopt the services of counsellors who can discuss the bothered areas with an individual. Remember, it’s a family that we run, not just a money-making organization.

You must be wondering what inspired us to pick this topic. Well a very unfortunate incident happened where a very successful entrepreneur committed suicide due to serious liquidity crunch leading to tremendous pressure from the lenders. What led such a preeminent businessman who brought revolution in a country of tea-lovers by setting up India’s very first largest coffee chain, take such a haste step? ANXIETY.

We suggest, give yourself a break, don’t freak out. Talk your heart out, you may not find a solution but you will definitely have an access to clear thoughts.