Since my job typically consists of 30 minute sessions with clients, I adopted an â€œI can do anything for 30 minutesâ€ attitude. After all, how much pain and torture can take place in 30 minutes? I can stand tall, act responsibly, and get through anything. Since using this philosophy has worked well during typical workdays, I have attempted to use time increments to lessen the impact of other negative experiences. I have found that hiking feels better after the initial 20 minutes. Then I peel off a layer, have a drink of water, and am ready to get serious.
On the other hand, bike riding feels miserable at the start, but my body acclimates to it within 15 minutes. Writing gets better after get organized. If I sit down without my notes, drink, and glasses, I am up and down and getting more ancy by the minute. Gathering tools beforehand gathers mental resolve.
What do you need to conquer your task? Gather your tools, Make an adequate time commitment to acclimate to task demand.