I could my heart beating and my stomach churning. Not in a good nervous way, but in a high anxiety, ‘I might just throw up’ type of way
From the Blog on anxiety
Most days I need to present something to a group of people online. And I am still nervous every time, wondering what’s going to happen.
Change often causes anxiety, which can produce bullies and depressives. Change requires a deep understanding of humans.
Fear and anxiety can be both rationale and irrational. And yet, it always feels rationale to person experiencing it.
Change has anxiety as a bedfellow. Therefore, any change project you work on will mean you are working with people experiencing anxiety.
There was no sense of panic, worry, or anxiety. While we didn’t know where we were, we had confidence that we would find our way to back
We are going through enormous change. We are trying to figure out what to do with the data, how to act wisely, data governance, digital ethics, and so on.
When we ourselves or one of our team members is 'on edge', nervous, in a state of continual anxiety or stress, jumpy; it is likely our opinions are going to be tainted by this and more negative than desired. We all have bad days of course, but this goes beyond a day...
My son shares this trait with me. The mere thought of doing something new, going somewhere new, or considering a change sends our stomachs churning. The initial thought is exciting, but from there its downhill and as the start date/time gets closer the churning grows...