How stressful is your job?
Through the following scenario test, we can see how much pressure our work has brought us.
If you receive a letter from a company without the department’s signature, and only the detailed information is marked, you would think: A, today does not seem to be my birthday, is it the company’s event?
Open right away and see what’s new.
B, there is no concept in my heart, but I think it’s weird. Why not send it through email or colleague’s verbal?
Take it apart and look at it.
C, I feel a bit abnormal, first carefully estimate the number of pages inside, and then “see through” the excess light, and then feel that a phone call to colleagues and friends to communicate and ask before dismantling.
D, I’m a little worried. Will it be a preset like a resignation letter? If so, what should I do?
Such thoughts persisted until the letter was opened to read the actual content.
Choosing A indicates that I am more satisfied with my job and have confidence in my ability and potential. I usually have little work pressure.
If you can treat the job as if you have n’t done it, give yourself some pressure and aim for higher goals, so that you can create value for yourself. Development B means that you do n’t feel any special pressure at work, But also not very competent confidence, more ordinary.
If you can find new attractive places in your work, or if you can realize your potential, it will help your performance at work. Election C indicates that work has actually given yourself a degree of stress, sometimesMake yourself nervous, and sometimes you will feel that you are not very competent.
I still care about the work itself. I suggest that you can increase your value by making a series of work plans for yourself, including training.
Choosing D may reflect a lot of stress outside of work, and sometimes it can become a mental burden on yourself.
You can start with a comprehensive analysis of yourself and the work environment, and formulate a goal. You must carefully plan your current work and future development so that you are not helpless with potential changes.
Remember, success comes from planning.