Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.
To many ears, the word “stress” has negative connotations. It conjures to mind images of not feeling well, being burned out and wanting a break. However, convention speakers like Andy Core know that stress can also be good.
- Getting a rush from exhilarating activities like test-driving a race car, bungee jumping or even something as simple as ordering an exotic dish at a foreign restaurant makes those butterflies in your stomach good ones. Moreover, the knowledge that you overcame a hurdle will only add to your confidence.
- When you carry a heavy workload, as opposed to a workload that drags you down, it is a good way of keeping yourself busy. The busier someone is, the less likely they are to make mountains out of molehills.
- The release of hormones in your body is good in small doses. They can make you extra alert to your surroundings, enabling convention speakers to take in more information and make more informed decisions.
Not all stress has to be of the negative variety, and it takes stress in your life to make you realize the good parts. However, like all good convention speakers recommend, the key is to minimize them and use stressors for their key qualities instead of letting them overtake you.
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