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A co-worker stabs you in the back. Now it’s your turn, right? The compulsion to avenge awful behavior will compound your frustration. It’s almost always smarter to move on and produce positive results. Reason: Revenge takes time, effort and attention to detail. You’ll wind up shortchanging your work to carry out your plot. And the person you want to hurt may not even feel the sting. In fact, it may backfire—and the one who gets stung is you.
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