The first thing you need to know is that being a HIGH performer beats being a PEAK performer every time. Why? Because being a high performer is a woman with a long-standing impact and a strong, long success story. How do you create this?
Welcome to The 24 Hour Woman Show with Cheryl Liew-Chng.
I received a very awesome question this week and the question has to do with how can I become a high performer? I love, love, love this question because I think all of us have the potential to be a high performer, but first of all, what does it all mean?
High performer is different from a peak performer. A peak performer is one, you know, you peak on one day and then you crash on the rest of the days. A high performer is one who consistently delivering exceedingly good results over a long period of time. Wouldn’t you like to be one? A high performer who’s an achiever delivering consistently over a long period of time exceedingly great results?
Everyone experiences stress in one form or another whether it be before a big presentation, during a family move, or at the start of a new job. What is important when it comes to stress is how you manage it and move forward from its hold.
Stress seems to be a modern ill. Stress can be good if you manage it or it can be detrimental if you don’t.
When stress is good, it helps you to be your best and give you that edge you need to succeed. It can help you reach your goals and be vibrant in your life. As good as stress can be, it can also have negative effects when it starts to affect your day-to-day life. It can disrupt your sleep and make you irritable and anxious.
If stress is taking control of your life, you need to stop and think about the ways that you can better manage its effects. When you are feeling stressed try:
1. Gaining Some Perspective
You need to adjust how you look at the world and put the situation that is causing you stress into perspective....
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