Preparing for situations when you know that can be difficult are always very helpful. In many of them are stress part of it. And it´s uncomfortable to be stressed even so sometimes a little bit of stress can be helpful. In this video are some ideas from neuroscientist Dr. Daniel Levitin, about how you can stay calm when you that you will be stressed.
He believe, and we are agree, there’s a way to avoid making critical mistakes in stressful situations when your thinking becomes clouded. We will always fail from time to time, it´s only normal. But if you try to put you in coming situation and think what can come up, like which qeustions you will asked or if you are going to meet people you are not use to, and decided what you will if that happens. It will help you.
For example, you are going in job interview, you can research which questions are normally asked so you can prepare how you are going to answer them.
Dr. Daniel Levitin is a neuroscientist at McGill University in Montreal, dean at Minerva Schools in San Francisco and a musician. He had published three books which all are bestsellers (the links are amazon affiliate links); The Organized Mind, This Is Your Brain on Music, The World in Six Songs, all recommended.
Do you prepare when you know that you could be stressed? Please let us know in the comments.