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1. Stress Management Assessment: Eliminating stressors (23) Developing resiliency (23) Short-term coping (9). A total score of 55 places me in the top quartile. The lowest area for me is in the skill area of short-term coping.
2. Time Management Assessment: Most frequent responses were level 4 with level 3 being second most common.
In section 1 of the instrument, I scored 136 which places me in the top quartile and implies I am a better time manager in my personal life.
In section 2 of the instrument, I scored 130 which ranks me in the top quartile as well and implies that that I possess slightly lower time management skills, while at the office.
You must have doubled the scores for each section since there is a maximum score of 80 (20 questions x 4 points each) for each section. If that is the case, then you scored 68 in personal and 65 in management or 133 overall. Doesn’t change your comparisons but it does show that your 2 areas are not that far apart.
3. Type A Personality Inventory:
Competitiveness Work Involvement Hostility/Anger Impatience/
Totals 9 12 12 10
I received a total score of 43 which places me in the second quartile. I seemed to have border-line score of 12 in two areas - Work Involvement and Hostility/ Anger respectively.
4. Social Readjustment Rating Scale: I got a score of 218 which puts me in the second quartile. This is supportive of the fact that my personal life events have clearly enhanced my scores and suggest a high chance of health problems in the near future.
My low score in the skill area of Short-term coping reflects that I cannot quickly and effectively respond to on-the-spot stressful situations.
I feel my poor time management skills at work are due to various interruptions, activities, requests or persons. Given your scores, I would hardly consider your time management skills in either area to be “poor”. There may be room for improvement, but you would appear to be far ahead of most of us, especially me! These interruptions reduce my effectiveness considerably. To improve my time management skills at work, I should protect my time by saying “no” to various interruptions and prioritize the things or tasks I wish to attend to first.
On the other hand, at home, I drift my mind onto worrisome issues sometimes; which interrupts my concentration on tasks at hand. I can improve my time management skills at home by controlling my worry time and this will in turn reduce my
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I have learnt that I should not worry about the consequences too much and allow stress to get the better of me but rather focus on the task of learning the sport at hand. I feel that worry may often make the consequences more unpleasant, severe and ultimately lead to withdrawal from the objective.
Excellent observation! Good work bringing in the text material to help analyze and understand. Your analysis of what caused the problem is probably pretty accurate. Now how could you overcome that tendency? You state that you shouldn’t worry about the consequences too much. But that is much easier said then done. How would you get past that tendency? Hint: You stand a much better chance of overcoming it if you know what causes you to feel that way to begin with.
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