Karen Dillon

Karen Dillon

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Karen Dillon + Rob Cross 13 May 2024 • EN

Are You Suffering From Microstress?

Are all the little things getting you down? Rob Cross and Karen Dillon are here to help. Their new book is "The Microstress Effect: How Little Things Pile Up and Create Big Problems--and What to Do about It."

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Arthur Brooks teaches a popular course at Harvard Business School called “Leadership and Happiness.” One important underpinning of the course is that science can help us to better understand what will actually make us happier – and Arthur has worked hard to incorporate these concepts into his own life. Recently, he tea

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Aidan McCullen & Karen Dillon 08 May 2023 • EN

Karen Dillon - The Microstress Effect

C.S. Lewis once said, “Good and evil increase at compound interest. That’s why the little decisions we make every day are of infinite importance. the smallest good act today is the capture of a strategic point from which, a few months later, you may go on to victories you never dreamed of” This quote came to mind as I

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Gayle Allen & Karen Dillon + Rob Cross 24 Apr 2023 • EN

CM 238: Rob Cross and Karen Dillon on How to Handle Microstress

Small things add up. And, for the most part, that’s a good thing. Like taking the stairs to get more exercise or swapping out something sugary for a piece of fruit. Over time, small actions like these can add up to a healthier lifestyle. Yet there are times when the small things that add up work against our well-being.

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Tristan Ahumada & Karen Dillon + Rob Cross 21 Apr 2023 • EN

How to Talk About Microstresses with Rob Cross & Karen Dillon

At the end of the day, have you ever felt exhausted and stressed, even though you can’t think of a good reason why? Turns out, there’s a cause after all—microstresses, small moments and interactions that fly under the radar of our fight-or-flight response, but which affect our body just as regular stress does.  Rob Cro

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Martin Reeves & Karen Dillon + Rob Cross 18 Apr 2023 • EN

The Microstress Effect with Rob Cross and Karen Dillon

A “microstress,” as defined by Rob Cross and Karen Dillon in their new book of the same name, is a small amount pressure from our everyday interactions that is hardly perceived in the moment. But when many microstesses pile up, they become debilitating. Cross, the Edward A. Madden Professor of Global Leadership at Babs

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