Can I give you some stress management tips? How well do you adapt to changing conditions, changing circumstances? It has often been said that change is the one constant we can count on. Every day is a new day, a different day, a changed day. Every time we get out of bed we face a new day, changed conditions and that induces stress and anxiety in many people
It has often been said that the educated are amazingly well equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists. This is, of course, a reference to the fact that, once again, our world is in a continuous state of change. In fact, if something isn’t moving, it is dying. Witness the stagnation of a once beautiful lake that gets choked off from the flow of its water. As the water sits still, stagnant, it begins to grow algae and plants and eventually the lake dies and becomes a marsh: No longer viable as a lake! No longer a lake, but also not just a lifeless body of water, but different, changed. And so it is with us. We must learn to manage the stress in our lives, or we will die from disease, just like our lake.
Change is an inevitable part of living and the better we become at recognizing and adapting to change, the more prosperous can be our life. Those who are adaptable, go with the flow, so to speak, and are better equipped to deal with the changing world they live it.
Sometimes keeping up with change requires re-education, learning new skills, re-inventing ourselves. When I was a youth, I was told to grow up and get an education and become something important, get a good job. That advice is no longer applicable in our changing world. In fact I have had several new jobs and multiple careers. I was an engineer, a plumber, a pilot a business owner and an entrepreneur. In every case, learning and applying new skills was paramount to survival and success. So it is in our brave new world!
It seems the best way is to combat change is to develop the skills necessary to be an entrepreneur. That way, as the times and the requirements evolve, it is easier for us to adapt to the new circumstances and to become whatever is need to survive yet another turn of events in our life.
One of the best stress management tips I can give you is to develop the skills required in network marketing. Personal development, communication, and leadership are hallmarks of a good networker and are skills that will serve you well in an ever evolving world. With this skill set, you can have, do, or be anything you want. The universe is your oyster, the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow belongs to you. Just become a better networker and learn to manage stress effectively.