STRESS AND THE POWER OF STRESSFUL MISTAKES
STRESS INCREASES WITH MISTAKES BUT THIS CAN CHANGE…
Stress build ups when you dwell on little mistakes you made during the day. Effective stress management and stress relief strategies mean not dwelling on these past mistakes. You need to learn how to let go and this will always help to reduce your stress.
STRESS, MISTAKES AND LESSONS
Use this stress management strategy tonight. Before going to bed take a sheet of paper. On the left hand side, write down each mistake that bothered you from the day. Then on the right hand side, next to each mistake, write down one thing you have learned from that mistake.
LETTING STRESSFUL MISTAKES GO
Now take the sheet of paper and cut it down the middle. Take your list of mistakes written on the left hand side and tear up the paper and throw it in the bin. As you put it in the bin, say to yourself as you do, “that mistake is in the past, tomorrow is a new day”. You can now forget, forgive and let those mistakes go.
KEEPING THE LESSONS LEARNED
Only keep the right hand side of the sheet that has the lessons you have learned from your mistakes. These points will be your guide for the next day. Letting go, moving on and learning from your mistakes will help you to improve next time and also dramatically reduce your stress.
SHARING YOUR STRESS RELATED COMMENTS
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