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How To Stay Calm Under Pressure

Calmness always wins the day.

Being calm doesn’t mean that we can’t be passionate and express ourselves to others, it’s just the style in which we do it.

I have always admired people for their calmness. These are people who focus on what they control and block all the other distractions from their mind. Like everything, it takes practice.

Calm people normally have great self-awareness of their abilities and confidence in their own competence to make the right decisions. Medical professionals are great examples of this. When faced with decisions and choices to be made along with prioritising where their time is best spent.

Remember it takes practice.

For me the art of calmness is knowing that you have to take responsibility and you are prepared to make decisions and be accountable for them.

There is no ‘them’ and ‘they’ to blame. So where do we start?

  • Practice not making judgements and assumptions too quickly. Take time to establish and weigh up the facts.
  • Know your own abilities and develop your self-esteem and confidence.
  • Always be prepared to reflect and learn from your experiences.
  • Relish pressure in the knowledge this is going to make you better at what you do.

Future Proofing Yourself is about being confident and in control so you can stay relevant and of value for the rest of your career.

Calmness is an essential ingredient, as who knows what is coming next.

David’s Future Proofing Yourself Coaching Programmes

For more information on David’s Future Proofing Yourself coaching programmes, specifically on how to keep yourself up to date, relevant and of value to future employers, please click on: Career Coaching and Mentoring Services

If you don’t look after yourself who is going to do it for you? This is an investment in yourself that you cannot ignore.

The coaching programmes are Tailored to Your Needs, therefore bespoke to your own requirements.

Should you have any questions or require further information, please contact me.

Look forward to hearing from you.

David

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