Because of the amount of traveling demanded in the 24/7 world we now live in, as corporate professionals, it’s important that we understand how to adapt and survive. You not only want to live quite comfortably in this new space and time, but you also want to enjoy your life as well. it’s not easy doing that when you have a tremendous amount of stress, but there are ways to manage it. Not only will you have a better professional life, but when you do head home to rest your head and compress, it will be that much more enjoyable.

Use Technology to Your Advantage

One of the best ways to live comfortably in this modern onslaught of technology and things to do is by letting technology do the work for you. Way too many people let their devices control them, rather than using the devices to control their daily lives. Make use of reminders, use calendars, and maximize your technology as much as possible so you’re not as stressed and not as busy. If you’re someone likes to get the news, you can get all of it send to your phone, thereby maximizing just how easy it is to consume and digest media information.

This is absolutely vital to ensuring you’re not overloading your senses as well as your body.

Designate Time Without Technology Everyday

While this tip may be counter-intuitive considering the one we just gave you before, it’s important to understand that too much technology is a bad thing. If you’re able to reduce the amount of technology you’re using, you’ll be that much better off in terms of actually enjoying your time. Whether it’s meditating or going outside for a 30 minute run down the block, it’s important to get away from technology. Studies have shown that too much exposure to technology not only contributes to sleep deprivation (which hinders your long-term productivity) but it can also contribute to higher levels of stress.

Stress is not good for your body, so rather than inviting more stress in, get away from technology when you can to keep stress out.

Stay Sociable, Really Sociable

When we’re stressed because of work and everything else, it’s natural to insulate ourselves. This is not a good idea. Instead, stay in touch with people and try and stay as active as you can. This will maximize your productivity, and you’ll feel that much more motivated to go out and do a good job.

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One Response to Survival Tips for the Modern Professional
  1. Brynn Alexander April 8, at 6:11 pm Reply

    Great tips, and excellent advice for event profs!


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