Taking control of emotions so that they will not interfere with the professional side of a personâ€™s life can be one of the most stressful things an employee has to go through. This would normally be the scenario for people who grope for form. Not experiencing such annoyances will be a rare occurrence, if not a strange phenomenon. Whichever the case, the ability of a person to survive both worlds, not allowing them to conflict each other, is something that people should salute.
Workloads, deadlines, management expectations; these alone provide quite a load to people. These are the normal undertakings people would experience in a working place, the standard average of working hours that of which is 8 hours. These alone eat up the time, and while the wiser people use this as an outlet, an escape button to get away from personal problems, this is only temporary in nature. But letting these act as obstacles in advancing in their own fields is something that any person would want to avoid. This is a challenge of sorts, the ability of a person to divide and prioritize his control at the right moment. For sure this will not be an easy task, but with some practice, people can surely adapt to any given situation, for the improvement of both the personal and professional side of their lives.
For a better overview, here is a good article to browse on Conflict of Interest and Commitment.
Originally posted on July 30, 2010 @ 9:20 am