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Women's Health Tip: I'm SO STRESSED

I had a bad week. A really bad week. No one died. There was no terminal diagnosis. No damage that is permanent. But it was bad enough that I started questioning my goals and priorities. It also got me thinking of a trip to...more

3 Ways to Keep Stress Levels Low

It’s great to have a way of diffusing high emotion and intense situations when they’re about to bite you in the proverbial ass, but it’s better to be consistently managing your levels of stress so that it rarely happens....more

The Roundup:Last Week’s Recommended Reading (April 10, 2015)

From Around the Web - Navigating the Thin Lines Between Wasting Time, Being Too Busy, and Achieving True Productivity: In a world that bombards us with so many things that need to be done, how do we find the pace...more

Four Strategies for Helping Employees Deal with Pressure and Stress at Work

How managers can help employees avoid unreasonable workplace pressure, which can lead to unethical behavior. A few of my recent focus groups with employees reminded me of a national survey that examined the sources and...more

Stealth Lawyer: Karen Krueger, Alexander Technique Instructor [Video]

June 12 (Bloomberg) -- Karen Krueger, nationally certified teacher of the Alexander Technique, talks with Bloomberg Law's Spencer Mazyck about her transition from being a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz to teaching...more

Chief Compliance Officers And Stress

Compliance professionals are fast-rising stars in every organization. They are the unsung heroes who try to ensure compliance, usually with a shortage of resources....more

Nine Ways For Captioners, Cart Providers And Court Reporters To Relieve Stress

A court reporter’s job is to take down, verbatim, every word spoken for hours at a time, which can be a pain in the neck. I have written thousands of pages the last couple of weeks, all expedited, and my neck has a constant...more

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