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WTOP's Veronica Robinson reports. <br><br> <b>Tips from U.S. News & World Report</b><br><br> 1. Don't let resentments simmer<br> 2. Don't attribute to malice what might be a mistake<br> 3. Don't fight other people's battles<br> 4. Use your benefits<br> 5. Thank people<br> 6. Know your bottom line<br><br> For more info visit <a href="http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2013/09/09/6-ways-to-be-happier-at-work">money.usnews.com</a>.
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