August 2, 2019




The ability to stay calm in the face of drama is a key modern day necessity.

Things go wrong all the time to some degree or another, but when a workplace issue turns decidedly sour, how can you remain calm and clear-headed, in order to solve the problem?

It all comes down to your breath!

Whilst sitting at your office desk, if something suddenly goes a little wrong, take a moment. Take that moment for yourself and do your best to stop your mind going into overdrive. Overthinking will cause you to act too fast and possibly make the problem worse.

Close your eyes and turn your attention to your breathing. This is a form of meditation but it’s a quick and easy way to really get a hold of your mind before it starts to spiral.

Breathe in through your nose for a count of five, in a slow and steady rhythm. Hold it for a count of three, and then exhale out of your mouth in the same slow manner, for a count of five. Repeat this for as long as you need.

By the time you’ve completed this deep breathing exercise, you’ll be calmer and more able to work the problem out. If you don’t feel comfortable doing this in the middle of the office, you can retreat to the office desk pods or head outside for a minute.

By being able to grab back control, you’ll be able to face the issue head on.

Can you think of any other effective methods to keep calm in the moment?


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