Do you work well under pressure?

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  1. skrinkle

    skrinkle Cat Mom

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    I do, but only for a certain period of time. If I've been under pressure for more than ~1 month I will probably explode :steaming:
     
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    Yes, unless there are too many different tasks. Then I lose oversight
     
  3. ButterButt

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    Nope lol
     
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    It doesn't matter if I'm working under pressure or not, I won't even notice because I'm absent-minded. :)
     
  5. mikeconley11

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    Yep, I work best when I'm completely paranoid about a time limit (by work I mean uni but it's the same thing)
     
  6. sharkbait.

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    I can work well under pressure but not in all things. Like when I worked at a pizza place I couldn't make the pizzas to spec on time but I can do other things well under pressure. So it's a tossup~
     
  7. imakehersay

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    I love pressure but I don't always work well under pressure, it depends on the task. If I'm investigating or doing something I like then ya, if not, then it might not turn out well.
     
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    I work best under pressure. Probably because I'm a huge procrastinator.
     
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  9. mcpon14

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    ^ Welcome to the forum, you two. :)
     
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  11. Be_real604

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    Even better than laxidazy..
     
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  12. skrinkle

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    Laxidazy???
     
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    Yeah haha, not as serious..
     
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    Up until a certain point. It's been super busy at work lately but everyone supports each other so it's not too bad.
     
  15. Chivalry

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    Yes. When things go sideways, its important to keep one's head and not panic
     
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    I work best when I have a clear deadline and a motivation for completing the task. The wrong type of pressure will make anyone just curl up into the fetal position.
     
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    You should try skydiving
     
  18. Squire72

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    Or faint

    More people die of heart attacks than impact, and if you’re unconscious you’re more relaxed and may actually survive
     
  19. 867k

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    An AAD will save your life
     
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  20. 867k

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    If you're still at terminal velocity by 1000' your reserve will punch out automatically
     

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