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Most of us are convinced that stress and performance cannot exist without one another that we must psych ourselves up to perform well In fact we are taught that life in general is stressfull Therefore any challenge we encounter becomes an Olympic event to complete deadlines for both school and work at the same time Often a students work in the classroom is compromised for good work on the job because the job pays the bills In other words without the job she would not be able to pay for college or to pay for the rest of the necessities of life That is her motivation for keeping her job Therefore she frequently completes her classroom work in a sloppy manner without much effort Student who do manage to perform well both in school and at a full-time job usually do so at the expense of their health For example many students complain of the inability to handle the stress of both a job and school In fact the stress of both can often cause headaches dizzi nessfatigue and other ailments that slow the body down As a result their performance in school and at work suffers The deadlines that students encounter in the classroom may be different in content than the work they do at work Actually the importance of meeting those deadlines is the same Many of the objectives and jobs that need to be completed require that employees work with deadlines Students must meet assignment deadlines set by the instructor In both of the areas the deadline requirements may take more effort to complete In fact failure to meet the deadlines in either the classroom or the workforce can mean instant termination The clue for us to handle stress adaptively is to acquire the skills we need to feel adequate This requires a good honest exploration into ourselves We must explore the strengths we have for coping with stress as well as
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