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Minimize Job Stress

The Morning Call (Allentown, PA), September 4, 2007

Do you dread going to work each day?  Does “Dilbert” reflect your work life?  Is work a constant source of stress? 
The key to job happiness is choosing work you have a passion for, are skilled at, and can perform in a supportive environment.  You must carefully look at your interests, values, skills, and personality style to find the best fit.  You may need to change paths several times over the years as your needs change. 
Useful resources:

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff at Work:  Simple Ways to Minimize Stress and Conflict While Bringing Out the Best in Yourself and Others by Richard Carlson, Ph.D. (1998).  New York:  Hyperion. 
Beating Job Burnout:  How to Transform Work Pressure into Productivity by Dr. Beverly Potter (1993).  Berkeley, CA:  Ronin Publishing, Inc. 
Work Happy Live Healthy:  New Solutions for Career Satisfaction Including More Time and Money by Tom Welsh (1997).  Traverse City, Michigan:  Rhodes & Easton.  

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