Your Fight-or-Flight Response Can be a Good Thing at Work — Here's How to Take Advantage of It
There's a constant battle between your brain's need to keep you safe and your ambition to see yourself shine.
You're sitting at your desk, it's a nice day outside and you just washed down a blueberry bagel with some coffee. Sounds like a typical Tuesday, right? Suddenly, your blood starts pumping adrenaline, and you can hear your heartbeat in your throat. Your fight-or-flight has kicked in, but no physical danger is in sight. What happened?
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