Manage the Uncertainty Of These Rough Times #Coronavirus

Are you a business owner who wants to alleviate symptoms of stress and anxiety today? I understand the psychology behind your levels of creativity and can help lead the organisation, adapt to the new normal and develop a culture of innovation in your workplace.

Hi, I am Sharisse Hosein

A UK-certified psychologist who has spent over a decade and a half coaching people to achieve high performance, using evidence-based interventions to help clients manage uncertainty, rise above the dips in their moods, and become more motivated to achieve their goals and aspirations.

Tip #1

I am firm believer in having a routine that enhances creativity, that is activity that introduces a shift in perspective, clarity and openness.

Some routine changes include up to 30 mins of exercise at least 3 times a week. This can include stretching, yoga, mindfulness, diaphragmatic breathing and pilates.

Tip #2

Embrace your humanness.

We are all very different but the research shows we respond similarly to stress. One of the main effects of stress, is poor decision-making, due to the development of a fixed mindset. We want to be safe and secure, so much so we do not take risks. With high levels of anxiety and fear, we sometimes cling to comfort zones, become narrow-minded or develop tunnel-vision.

As we manage the adjustment to remote working and social distancing, we will embrace the need to manage the things we have little or no control over.

This HBR article shows how loss aversion and conformity can threaten organisational change.

Tip #3

Revisit your goals and redesign the lifestyle you can achieve this year. Reflect on your things needed to make that happen, and work out a strategy to get them done, and receive as much advice as you can get.

I hope you enjoyed these tips.

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