Jerry Seinfeld has one of those faces that can relay so much in a single look that he’ll have you laughing your ass off before you know it.
Given his ability to be freaking hilarious and his obviously extreme success, it only seems fitting to share Seinfeld’s personal method of stress management.
Seinfeld, quoted in Judd Aptow’s recent book, said that when he felt stressed during that time, he would look at space photographs taken by the Hubble Space Telescope to remind him how insignificant everything can be perceived.
“That would calm me when I would start to think that this was important… Ive often said this and people say,” Seinfeld added. “It makes me feel insignificant. And I dont find being insignificant depressing. I find it uplifting.”
Read more about Seinfeld and his stress hacks at LifeHacker
- Jerry Seinfeld’s Mental Trick for Managing Stress Under Pressure (lifehacker.com)
- Jerry Seinfeld hung photos of space in the ‘Seinfeld’ writers’ room to remind him of his ‘insignificance’ (businessinsider.com)
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- Life Coach FAQ: Help With Stress Management (lifecoachonline.me)