Join NYT bestselling author Karen Dillon as she demystifies a powerful force in our everyday lives that can be challenging to name, yet it’s something we all experience: microstress. Karen speaks about the hidden epidemic of small moments of anxiety that infiltrate both our work and personal lives and outlines what you can do to fight back.
Karen Dillon is the co-author of the three books with Clayton Christensen, including New York Times best-seller, How Will You Measure Your Life? and the forthcoming (April 2023) The Microstress Effect: How Little Things Pile Up and Create Big Problems--and What to Do about It with Rob Cross. She is also co-author of the Wall Street Journal business best-seller Competing Against Luck: the Story of Innovation and Customer Choice and The Prosperity Paradox: How Innovation Can Lift Nations Out of Poverty (Thinkers50 finalist, Breakthrough Idea, 2019). A former editor of Harvard Business Review, Karen is also a current member of the faculty of Intermountain Healthcare Leadership Institute.
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