Are you experiencing stress in your work or life? Watch this video and it will definitely help you!
How to make stress your friend?
In your life, you are bound to face some stress in one way or another, each with different intensity.
- Meeting your Job’s date line.
- Going for your first Job interview.
- Your Business not performing to your expectation.
- Meeting your boyfriend’s/girlfriend’s parent for the first time.
- Presentation in front of your big Boss. Etc.
Most of the time, we do not how to handle stress well and let it affect our work and life.
Yesterday, I came across an interesting talk given by Dr Kelly McGonigal at TED on “How to make stress your friend”.
She mentioned that for last 10 years, she believes firmly that stress is bad for health. Until she came across a recent study about stress changed her mind about it!
I was really curious what by what she claimed! For all our life, we have been told that stress is bad for our health and well being, isn’t it?
After watching the video, first thing that came to my mind was that I wanted to share this video with my family, friends and visitors to my Value Creation . Profit blog so that they can benefit from the talk too!
So, how to make stress your friend? Are you curious too?
Watch this “How to make stress your friend” video and it may help change your perspective about stress! 🙂
Has this video helped you? Share with your loved ones and friends too!
Bio Excerpt from TED – Kelly McGonigal
Stanford University psychologist Kelly McGonigal is a leader in the growing field of “science-help.” Through books, articles, courses and workshops, McGonigal works to help us understand and implement the latest scientific findings in psychology, neuroscience and medicine.
She has published a new book about the “upside of stress,” which will look at both why stress is good for us, and what makes us good at stress. In her words: “The old understanding of stress as a unhelpful relic of our animal instincts is being replaced by the understanding that stress actually makes us socially smart — it’s what allows us to be fully human.”