take the view that ： To have the opinion or belief that something is the case.
Unfortunately, the president has taken the view that the national parks around the country are not worth protecting and maintaining.
perform (something)： on (someone or something) (idiom) To begin and bring to completion some kind of procedure or activity focused on someone or something.
He was arrested for performing experiments on animals.
boost ：To praise or hype someone or something; to support someone or something. She is always boosting some cause.
balance (something) ：against (something else) (idiom) To compare two things, typically one that is positive and one that is negative, often in order to make a decision.
You need to balance the long commute against how much you like the job.
under pressure： (While) facing or enduring a great amount of stress caused by some compelling or constraining influence.
Sorry, I am just under so much pressure at work that it's made me rather irritable.
take a break ：To stop doing something for a short period of time, especially in order to rest or to focus one's energy elsewhere.
I am taking a break from the law firm to try to focus on my acting career.