On Risk Management: Stress Is an Attitude

<i><center>First in a Series</center></i><@SM><@SM><TAB>At the heart of risk management is the philosophy that potential losses can be identified and, to some extent, controlled. <@SM><@SM><TAB>Stress, on the other hand, is the absence of control. It is a force that causes emotional distress and is triggered by how you perceive the things going on in your life. <@SM><@SM>[IMGCAP(1)]<TAB>While much has been written about the legal profession being more stressful than most vocations, there is no such thing as a stress-free environment. However, many things can be done to reduce the undesirable stress in both your personal and business lives. Remember: it is reasonable to assume that some stress is necessary in life to motivate and activate a person; however, a balance is necessary for effective risk management.<@SM><@SM><b>Why lawyers?</b>

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