3 Ways Perfectionism Guilts You

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How closely do you think productivity and perfectionism are linked? Productivity isn’t about getting more done. It’s about what you get done. There are ways in which being a perfectionist negatively affects our productivity. Read this article to know the three ways perfectionism interferes with your productivity and guilts you.
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How do you manage your emotions at work? We usually regard our emotions as assets—precious or toxic as they may be—rather than as data. Therefore, we focus on managing them, which often means trying to exploit, diffuse, or sanitize them, far more than staying with them long enough to discern their meaning. And when we do the latter, we usually interpret them as revealing something about their owners alone. How can you view your emotions as data? How much of a difference will it make to your overall view of work? Read this article to understand why emotions, too, are data.
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You Can Improve Your Default Response to Stress
How do you respond to work-related stress? A recent study shows that 91% of us could get better at dealing with stress. Rewriting our response to stress can take time, but it is possible, and that effort can have a lasting effect on our success and happiness. What you think, say, and do that have the biggest impact on your well-being. By understanding our personal pitfalls when it comes to responding to problems, we can shift our thinking and behavior to respond better and pay less of an emotional cost after the stressful event is over. Read this article to know more about how you can change your response to work-related stress
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9 Ways to Rethink Self-Care: An Illustrated Guide
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