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Finding Your 'Stress Sweet Spot' to Perform at Your Best

A new book explores the amount of stress needed for you to function at your highest level.

When you hear the term "peak performer what do you think of? Odds are it’s someone who routinely operates under intense , getting the job done regardless of the difficulties. We think of athletes, lawyers, astronauts. But in their groundbreaking recent book , researchers Friederike Fabritius and Hans W. Hagemann offer a more nuanced take on what it means to be a peak performer. To

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