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Productivity dysmorphia

Productivity dysmorphia

Productivity dysmorphia could explain why you feel down about your productivity, even when it’s clear to everyone else you’re doing a great job.

It sits in “the intersection of burnout, imposter syndrome, and anxiety.”

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