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Sorry, But Some Work-Related Stress Is Good For You

Here's how to strike that "Goldilocks" balance between too much stress and too little. Here's how to strike that "Goldilocks" balance between too much stress and too little. This may come as unpleasant news, but all stress isn't bad. That doesn't mean that feeling overwhelmed and exhausted at work isn't a problem—it is. But some stress, in short bursts, can actually drive your performance on the job if you know how to use it.
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