How to Bounce Back From a Bad Performance Review (So You Don’t Get Fired)
Don’t stew, complain, or plot revenge: Here’s how to react to a negative performance evaluation so you can move onward and upward.
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Baumeister’s research has shown that willpower is like a muscle: The more you use it, the stronger it gets. Start with small housekeeping tasks each day, advise the authors. “You may not care about whether your bed is made or your desk is clean, but these environmental cues subtly influence your brain and your behavior, making it ultimately less of a strain to maintain self-discipline. Order seems to be contagious.”