It's what powers locomotives.
It's how diamonds are made.
It's how companies become successful.
It's what makes us perform, better.
Here's the thing about pressure. Pressure can be good. It drives things forward. Refines things down. Makes average things remarkable. And if you don't shy away from it, you'll thank yourself, later.
Here's the other thing about pressure—you get used to it. In the beginning, it might be scary to talk to a group of two or three people, then you get used to it, and presenting to a crowd of over 100 feels like a cake walk. It might seem tough now, but you'll get used to it, and you'll thank yourself for sticking with it, later.
Every job has it. Even the cushy ones. And, if it doesn’t, you may want to rethink if it's a job worth doing. You can’t have both, you shouldn’t want both. Meet the pressure head on. And you'll thank yourself for embracing the challenge, later.