How to overcome stress: TOP 10 tips from the most successful people in the world

Work, dissatisfaction with colleagues and superiors, lack of proper rest can add to anyone’s life a large portion of stress.

To overcome you need to make an effort and know a few tricks shared by the most successful people on the planet, transfer Mscam.

Bill Gates

The Microsoft founder bill gates liked to read before bed. Once he told The Seattle Times that reads in the evening at least an hour, no matter how late.

Gates often follow the advice of Warren Buffett. In an interview with Fortune magazine, he stated that it is in the Warren learned it is easier to refer to things.

“His ability to understand the essence of things, just work on what is really important to think through the basics – it’s so amazing that he can do it. This is a special form of genius,” – said gates.

In other words, remove all the fuzz and focus on the right task will be much simpler.

Tim Cook

Of honor speech at Glasgow University, Apple CEO Tim cook advised students to stay positive and learn how to get rid of the noise with which to deal in life. Listen to and constantly is incredibly exhausting.

“Today the world is full of cynics, and you have to step back. Because if this is not done, they become a tumor in your brain, in your thinking, and you start to think that something can’t,” he said.

Meg Whitman

In Meg Whitman had an amazing career in several large companies, given P&G, eBay and Hewlett-Packard. In an interview with Fast Company, Whitman recalled his love of fishing. Together with his son, they go to fish about six times a year.

According to research by the University of California at Merced, Hobbies help to relieve stress and also has other health benefits.

Research National library of medicine showed that leisure helps to manage negative feelings, such as stress.

Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett, one of the most successful investors in the world – the man who has many Hobbies. He loves to play the ukulele, and even performed live.

A study conducted at the University of California, Merced, has shown that mentally stimulating activities, like learning to play a musical instrument can reduce stress.

Sheryl Sandberg

Executive Director of Facebook Sheryl Sandberg is important not in what it does, and what does not. She tries not to look into the social networks and reading emails the night, turning off your mobile.

She told USA Today that it is difficult to escape, but it has its advantages. In the end, a good night’s sleep makes it easier to perceive a stressful situation the next morning.

Sitting behind a laptop or phone late at night is very harmful because, according to studies, light prevents the body to produce melatonin, which helps sleep. The less time you spend behind the screen of night, so grateful for it will be your body.

Jack Dorsey

In an interview with Forbes co-founder and CEO of Twitter Jack Dorsey has said that he is doing many things due to the schedule.

Dorsey likes to allocate tasks to certain days of the week. Mondays are for meetings, Tuesdays for product development, Wednesdays are solved marketing problem Thursday, he engaged in personal relationships, and on Fridays – the development of corporate culture. On Saturday, Dorsey can take a break, but it all starts again on Sunday, when he is recruiting staff.

“I believe that stress arises from unexpected things. The more you can set a rhythm around what you do, and the more ritual and consistency will be in your schedule, the less stress you’ll be worrying” he told Forbes.

According to New York magazine, Dorsey each morning and runs about 6 miles (nearly 10 km).

Susan Wojcicki

For the CEO of YouTube Susan Wojcicki stress control is, first and foremost, a sufficient amount of time for yourself. She spoke Today about how important it was for her to resolve the issue of family life before returning to work.

“I think it’s important to take time out. I also realized that sometimes we really understand what to do in your free time,” she says.

Elon Musk

2008, the world economy did not look very good. The car company went bankrupt, and Tesla fought for survival. Then CEO Musk was going through a divorce. However, he managed to get through it and thrive, taking a calm, informed decisions.

So what was his secret? At the summit in Dublin 2013 he explained why it is connected with fear, and entrepreneurs in Silicon valley just can’t be afraid to fail.

“Fear of a comprehensive, hope not. We are afraid of failure, but this does not prevent us to try. People need to ignore fear if it’s irrational. And even if it is justified, and the stakes are high, it is still worth to continue”, he said.

Indra Nooyi

CEO of PepsiCo Indra Nooyi has gained confidence and learned professional ethics at a young age. She told Business Insider that every evening the mother asked her sister to write a speech about what they will do if you become Prime Minister or President.

Grandpa Nui, a charismatic judge, also helped her to boost the confidence. If she couldn’t to do something, he forced her to write 200 times on a piece of paper “I will not make excuses.”

All this helped the NDA to build a successful career, and she recalls all that capable, if under stress.

“I say to myself:” I can do it better than anyone else, and if something does not work, they will come to me and say, “Fix it” because I know I can. Remember, I can become the President of India, ” she said.

Jeffrey Bezos

“I really laugh a lot,” said Amazon founder Jeffrey Bezos in an interview with the Academy of Achievement.

He also noted that stress is very often due to the fact that you are ignoring things that should not be ignored.

“Stress primarily occurs because you are taking action on what can control, he said. Only I identify the problem, make the first phone call, send the first email, do whatever you need in order to solve this situation. Even if it is not resolved, the very fact that we refer to it, will dramatically reduce any stress.”

In other words, define the problem, contain it, and move forward to its decision.