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Matthew Bischoff @ NSNorth
Two questions. Respond in the poll for #1 and in replies for #2. 1. Do you get stressed out at work? 2. What makes that stress go away?
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summer farah سمر فرح Feb 11
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NOTHING!
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jillian g. meehan Feb 11
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Summer I love you
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Becca Strassberg Feb 11
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a walk & a very good cup of coffee usually does the trick
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summer farah سمر فرح Feb 11
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I love you too!!!!!!!
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Ash Ponders Feb 11
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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: the bodily kinetics is delightful, complicated and engaging.
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jillian g. meehan Feb 11
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Taking a break + walking away from my desk
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Zack Feb 11
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I’m finding my stress level is inversely related to my experience level, meaning the more I work Swift, the less stressed I become. Of course there are spikes of stress when I’m introduced to something new, but it declines over time. Also, talking to people! Always share!
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Sarah Renee Feb 11
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Having the understanding support I need to properly do my job and having staffing levels that mitigate/prevent burnout.
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corey kindberg Feb 11
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Cigarettes
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Rob Rix‎ Feb 11
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Not much seems to make it go away.
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Matthew Bischoff @ NSNorth Feb 11
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💙
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Rob Rix‎ Feb 11
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💚
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David Smith Feb 11
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Making progress is generally the best thing for my stress levels. I can have a daunting pile of stuff to do and feel fine about it if I’m steadily plowing through it.
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Adam Yanalunas Feb 11
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A sense of accomplishment, even at the smallest level, goes a long way towards reducing stress and feeling like I have some agency. If that fails, a short walk outside is a good alternative.
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Steve Streza Feb 11
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Usually no, since I stopped getting emotionally attached to the product. Which is its own bummer but at least I can sleep easier about other people's bad decisions and the institutional structures that prevent me from fixing them.
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David Smith Feb 11
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(This is also something I consciously use as a tool: if I’m blocked on something for too long I’ll switch tasks to something bite sized to clear my head and restore energy levels)
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Bess Reis Feb 11
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Propranolol
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pzumk Feb 11
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Taking a break. Meditation helps too.
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