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"Do you regularly have to ‘fake’ having a good attitude at work? Do you have to consciously “act” or “put on a show” to display appropriate emotions at work? If you do, you’re probably a lot less happy with your job than those that don’t have to put on a show.

I’m not talking about the occasional day where we feel grumpy or tired or frustrated. When those dour moods hit, most of us can check our bad mood at the door, put on a happy face by faking a smile, and then go home and sleep it off. We have tough days, but there’s no lasting harm done. But when we’re consistently faking it, when day-after-day our brains are stuck in a pep-talk loop just to try and force ourselves to display the right kind of emotional intelligence, we’re depleting valuable energy. And the result is a drain on our reserves — we get burned out."

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Mark Murphy , CONTRIBUTOR
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