Our temperament is often a guide to how people judge us. Being quick-tempered isn’t cool. We need to be calm when facing challenges so that gain respect.
Here are the six ‘samurai’ to adopt on a path to calmness:
Pause: Calm people don’t react or give a kneejerk reaction to events. They think things through before they strike. Everything they do is calculated for maximum effect with minimum effort.
Control: Calm people will factor things in before they happen. They can get emotional but they still retain control of them and their lives.
Release: Calm people will have a secret escape route for their emotions. They rarely allow their emotions to build up, but do strenuous activity to work off the negatives around them.
Rest: Calm people will have a stable mood, because they have decided to rest up. They listen to their bodies and get a good night’s sleep.
Network: Calm people have high tolerance levels to work, but are first to get help when needed. Seeking advice is not a weakness, but a strength.
Plan: Calm people plan ahead to reduces stress. Being organised cuts down on time wasted and frustration levels.
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