Job Related Anxiety Disorder

We often try to push away stress, fear, and anxiety. But success doesn’t depend on rejecting these emotions — we can thrive because of them. This was recorded

We often try to push away stress, fear, and anxiety. But success doesn’t depend on rejecting these emotions — we can thrive because of them.

This was recorded live on May 14, 2020. To explore these intense emotions and their impact on our jobs and careers, HBR’s Amy Gallo sat down with Morra Aarons-Mele, host of the HBR podcast “The Anxious Achiever” and author of the Big Idea feature “Leading Through Anxiety.” They discussed the upsides and downsides of these feelings and how to cope with them at work.

And to go deeper, read HBR’s Big Idea series on the topic:

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