Feeling stress at work is normal, and not always harmful. In fact, a little bit of pressure and stress can motivate us to pursue and finish the job at hand. However, we are only human and we have our limitations as to how much stress we can handle.
Exposing ourselves to constant high levels of stress can lead to poor decision-making, ‘cloudy’ thinking, and poor concentration. Practising mindfulness can help reverse these mental impairments so that people can thrive and perform more effectively in stressful work environments.
Read the article below to discover how mindfulness can help improve the decision making and strategic planning processes in an organization.
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