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How to Accept Being Behind

What we’re about to say is going to sound a bit sacrilegious to some managers: You shouldn’t necessarily feel guilty for falling behind at work.

As counterintuitive as that might sound, some experts argue that feeling guilt or shame about a seemingly never-ending to-do list doesn’t do workers any good.

In fact, it can be harmful because it contributes to stress and its associated physical and mental health impacts and leads to decreased office morale.

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