Chapter 2 It's All UP to You: Avoid Burnout and Create Balance
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3. Walter F. Stewart, Judith A. Ricci, Elsbeth Chee, Steven R. Hahn, and David Morganstein, “Cost of Lost Productive Work Time among US Workers with Depression,”Journal of the American Medical Association 289, no. 23 (2003).
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Chapter 4 Energy and Motivation: Decide How You Will Get Yours
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Chapter 7 Managing Interruptions
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2. Simone Stumpf, Margaret Burnett, Thomas G. Dietterich, Kevin Johnsrude, and Jonathan ...