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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.
Source: Christian Gralingen

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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