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5 Characteristics of Stress-Resilient People (and How to Develop Them)

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It’s not uncommon to experience major stress when a big life change occurs, like making the transition from college to your first job, moving for a new position, switching fields, or coming back from maternity leave… even if we feel we’re mentally prepared for a change, not having the proper tools can mean the difference between normal stress and debilitating stress, which can lead to burnout. In this article, I’ll share the top five characteristics and behaviors stress-resilient leaders practice, alongside tips for how to develop each one.

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