Dulling the same tasks and tasks in the workplace can lead to serious stress. A person begins to experience constant fatigue and irritation, and going to work turns into torture. A few tips will help you get more positive and love your job.
1. Find the cause of the irritation. If you have a conflict with the management, it is worth analyzing all the options for solving the problem. It will not be superfluous to listen to the objective opinion of a person from the outside.
Or maybe you do not feel cohesion in the team? The best way to get closer to colleagues is to help each other at work: do not be afraid to ask for advice and do not hesitate to help yourself. Try not to miss corporate events so as not to be considered a "black sheep".
2. Make your workplace cozy. Keep family photos in the top drawer of your desk, or bring your favorite potted flower from home. Hang the nature calendar in a prominent place so you can rest your eyes occasionally.
3. Take short breaks. If you are working with people and feel like you are about to explode from an overabundance of information, go outside and take a couple of deep breaths and exhalations.
You can play table tennis during your lunch break in some businesses. If a desk is not available, invite colleagues or management to set up similar entertainment "to improve performance." 15 minutes of play - and now, you are already in shape.
If the idea of table tennis was not supported, take a hand trainer with you (a folding hoop, a ball for developing the hands, etc.) and arrange physical moments during technical breaks or lunch.
4. Shrug your shoulders more often. Neurologists assure that tension tends to accumulate at the top point between the shoulder blades. As a preventive measure, you need to perform a simple exercise: pull your shoulders in for a few seconds and relax.
Try to change your position at your desk every 30 minutes. Walk as much as possible: climb the stairs to another department, for example.
5. Fall in love. Light flirting with a colleague can energize and boost not only your self-esteem, but also your performance.