6. It ruins my upbeat mood.
I am always up for something that captures my interest. A frown would be plastered on my face when I would learn that I would do something against my will.
To me, "Work under pressure", automatically translates to, "Bear agony, will you?"
5. I would be tempted to procrastinate.
I would feel so oppressed I would develop thoughts of quitting the task and do something more worthwhile for the meantime.
4. I would not genuinely enjoy dealing with tasks.
Being coerced in getting a task done is not totally me. My genuine enjoyment has to be from my willingness to get that certain thing accomplished.
3. Taking my time would be near to impossible.
I do not do well at time management when compliance is strictly observed, the latter being a frequent case when working under pressure.
As a result, outputs are not as optimum as I want them to be. I am more comfortable spending the luxury of time.
Whenever I work under pressure, I tend to panic excessively and have this mindset creeping at the back of my mind:
Just do it!"
2. Restrictions infuriate me!
Working under pressure means imposition of restrictions. I would be restricted in doing things my way at my time with my methods and so on.
I would be the slave of someone's will. I hate that!
1. I would feel vulnerable.
Admittedly, this is when I feel like I am outgrowing my former self (that is good, I guess).
For me, working under pressure is a test of courage, perseverance, time management, and discipline. I detest that because it would mean that:
Sacrifice leads to improvement.
I know I am not some child anymore so I need to cool my jets and actually be more persevering and sacrificing instead of being a crybaby for no reason.
Furthermore, I think these quotes seem to resonate my six points:
Thank you for reading!