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Trust Yourself: Stop Overthinking and Channel Your Emotions for Success at Work

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NOW IN PAPERBACK: Turn your sensitivity into a superpower with these proven strategies to regain your confidence at work, reclaim control of your life, and reach your full potential.

Are you a sensitive striver? Often feel not good enough? Take things too personally? Judge yourself harshly? Struggle with burnout and setting boundaries? Highly sensitive and high performing? Being highly attuned to your emotions, environment, and the behavior of others can be the keys to success, but they can also lead to overthinking everything and burnout. Human behavior expert and executive coach Melody Wilding identifies this problem and gives the nuanced reader profile a name--sensitive strivers. Drawing on the latest research and work with clients, she examines the intersection of sensitivity and achievement and the challenges that come along with it in the workplace, and offers neuroscience-based strategies readers can use to reclaim control of their lives and reach their full potential.

FOR READERS OF: The Highly Sensitive Person, No Hard Feelings, Quiet, and Introvert Power.

ENDORSEMENTS FROM: Susan Cain, Elaine Aron, Julia Cameron, and more.

EXPERT TAKE ON A NEWLY TRENDING TOPIC: What Susan Cain and Quiet were for introverts, and Elaine Aron and her books were for the highly sensitive, Melody Wilding is and will be for the growing number of people who identify as sensitive strivers. As a human behavior expert, executive coach, and Forbes contributor, Wilding is the perfect author to offer practical solutions for the latest embraced personality type. Her advice strikes the perfect balance between action-taking and introspective.

The perfect book for:

- Coaches and coaching clients
- Social workers
- Entry-level workers, middle managers, executive level and above
- Anyone who identifies as highly sensitive

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