The mental part of stress.
I'm writing this edition of SwiftLee Weekly on the Airport of Crete, Greece. We're just informed about a 2-hour delay, meaning we must keep up our mood a little longer.
Stress is always waiting around the corner when you try to catch a flight. However, it's truly a mental game. We arrived early enough, there was no reason to rush, hurry, or get stressed, but there was still a feeling of tension.
The same can happen during work hours. You plan your day, expecting to finish a specific task, but you're suddenly asked to do many other things. You might get a stressful day if you retain the idea of finishing the planned task. Instead: try to stay realistic and evaluate circumstances. Replanning your day will prevent stress and makes you end up feeling productive.
Enjoy this week's SwiftLee Weekly!