You’ve just come home from work,and you’ve heard your friend say, ‘Oh, you’ve got to have a little lunch tomorrow.’
Well, don’t be like that.
The problem with lunch is, you’re already tired.
Or at least you’re tired of doing the same thing over and over.
You’re tired and ready to make the case.
And if you’ve learned one thing from your work experience, it’s that you can’t really do anything to make your boss’ life easier when you’re still working.
Here are a few strategies that will help you get through the day.
Get a break 1.
First of all, get a break.
It’s a big thing in this world, and it’s an important one.
You can’t work when you are tired.
It is impossible to have an enjoyable day when you can feel like you’re going to lose your job, or your family will lose their job, etc. So if you’re working, try to stop.
Just sit down.
Take a break from your computer, your smartphone, or any other distraction you’re feeling.
It may be an hour or two, or you may need a cup of coffee or a glass of wine.
Or take a walk, sit in a chair, or whatever else it takes to get some peace and quiet.
You’ll be amazed at the changes you’ll notice.
Even if you can still do your job well, the changes will be more enjoyable.
Don’t be a slave to your emotions 2.
Even though it’s tempting to think you’re on a “selfie-first” schedule, that’s not really how it works.
I’m not saying you have to stop taking photos or taking selfies, but don’t do them in the same place every day.
Even just walking around and taking a picture is not the same as having a “real” meeting with your boss, because that’s a lot of moving around and looking at different things.
It doesn’t feel like the real thing.
Take it easy.
And when you get home, have a cup and a cup some coffee.
The more time you have, the more likely you’ll be able to relax and feel more comfortable with your emotions.
Let your emotions take over and not let them overwhelm you 4.
Let the facts speak for themselves 5.
Stop trying to prove anything to your boss 6.
Learn how to ask your boss questions, not just ‘How are you doing?’
Learn to let go of the past and embrace the future 8.
Get in touch with your inner child 9.
Learn what it’s like to be a parent 10.
Get involved in your community and do something with your friends 11.
Let people know what you do for a living 12.
Get your facts straight 13.
Listen to your gut, not your gut reaction 14.
Take action 14.
Be yourself, not to others 15.
Learn about your body and its capabilities 16.
Don a hat and enjoy the weather 17.
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