Is there more stress in our lives today than previously? Probably 8 out of 10 people, if asked this question, would reply “yes”. Just last week I saw a tv news show talking about the fact that if you only worked a 60 hour week in some countries of the world you’d be considered a “part timer”. Here in the US where I work, the dream of the simpler, easier work week has long vanished. The computer and other productivity tools were supposed to increase our free time, but instead, we’ve found ourselves working longer and longer, and in many cases, if there’s a family, both parents working. One reason is the global economy. Those firms who still have business operations here in the USA are facing competition from China, India, and other mass population emerging countries, and the only choice to stay in business is to increase productivity. We have another edge to the sword: The uncertainty of even keeping our job or business vs exporting it over seas. Stress! You bet. And with comes stress comes it’s companion: anger. It’s almost like salt and pepper.Neither are productive, but both to some extent can be controlled. Not only CAN… Read full this story
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