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A Little Bit of Anxiety Can Boost Work Performance, Says New Study

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Too much anxiety can get in the way of completing tasks, but having a little can make you more motivated, according to researchers.

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While dealing with constant anxiety would understandably make it extremely difficult to be at work, a little bit of anxiety may actually be a good thing. That's the conclusion of a new study recently published in the

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