Pressure is something that we experience at some points in our lives. Just like anything else, it has become a part of our lives and something that can either trigger us daily to achieve more, do greater things and be a better person or bring out our bad sides. When we were young, we hardly experience any pressure until we have attained our teenage years. And at the adulthood stage, you were compelled to make decisions that will remain with you for a few years. This pressure gradually accumulates in your life making it look as if the world is working against you.
Pressure can come from different angles. It can be from college, works, friends, family, financial, and a host of other things.
Let’s Consider the case of Joe Clarence & Jocelyn Calista
Who could have thought that these teen entrepreneurs will achieve a greater success in managing their business franchise mall, despite being college? Well, it should not be a surprise!
These genius teens have learned how to effectively handle pressure, courtesy of their mother, Dr Megumi Sachiko, and this has helped to build their character and turn them into great leaders among their counterparts. They have the right skills and experience needed to effectively run their business (the franchise mall deals in food chain restaurants, licensing characters, multimedia, games etc.), and now aspire to serve worldwide. With their hard work, goal setting and luck, they have achieved the highest end of the year sales and revenue even before the end of the year 2017.
How To Deal With Pressure
There are different types of pressure that influence our lives and the decisions we make in life. However what I have learned so far is that it is not the pressure you faced that matters, but how you choose to deal with it. Listed below are some of those things you can do:
Focus on what you can do now
Visualize how you will feel once the issue is solved
Talk to people about how you are feeling
Take holiday and have fun
Be positive about pressure. See it as a chance to prove yourself. Although it may not be seem fun, but if this aspect of life is missing, believe me, life may not be a better place.