The fact that we are constantly rushing, procrastinating, and multitasking.
It’s not just that we’re constantly trying to do too much, though. It’s more that our jobs mean that we feel like we are perpetually stuck in a rut. When you’re waiting on something that you’re not really working on, then nothing is really getting done.
It might be the constant work. Or, it might be that youre waiting on something that youre not really working on and you can’t get anything done. Or, you might be afraid you might be stuck on the last project that you worked on and there is absolutely no way you could ever finish it. Or, your boss just isn’t that good at multitasking.
I agree with this one. When you feel like youre perpetually stuck in a rut, you are actually doing a lot of things that you feel like you should be doing. Which is why the concept of a “full time job” is completely missing the point. You’re either working at a job, or youre not. But the idea that “I should always be doing this” is a bit of a stretch.
I feel like I was never really in control of my life. I always had too much stuff to do. I never felt that I was doing anything that was really important. There is the possibility that I was simply doing something that I wasn’t really interested in. It could be that I was just doing something that I felt I had to do, that I hated.
Well, that’s a good point. I mean, I definitely have some stuff to do, but there’s also the possibility that I can be doing something that I feel really important, that I love, and that I’ve been meaning to do for years, or even decades.
I think that we can all agree that most of the extra-organizational stress that comes with life comes from stuff that we already do.
The other source of extraorganizational stress would be something that we are doing that we feel really important, but were not doing it because we are going to be successful at it. It could be that we are doing something that we really dislike, but it is probably something that we are doing that we are really good at.
If we can take some of the extraorganizational stress away, then maybe it will be less of a problem.
Extraorganizational stress is simply the stress that comes when we’re doing something that we really like to do, and we feel like we are doing it to be successful. We often feel like we are doing it to prove something, and it can be hard not to feel like you are trying to prove something to other people. For instance, if you are making music, you might feel like you are trying to prove you are good at what you do.