Anxious 9 to 5
How to Beat Worry, Stop Second-Guessing Yourself, and Work with Confidence
Published by: New Harbinger Publications
Imprint: New Harbinger Publications
232 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.00 in
- Published: September 2006
$23.95Out of print
Do you come to work wound-up and anxious, never quite able to calm down? Do pressing deadlines and a constant sense of urgency make you feel as if you just can't get ahead? Do you feel distracted and unable to focus throughout the day? Before you know it, you're spending sleepless nights worrying about what on-the-job disasters tomorrow will bring. Anxiety in the workplace is serious and can hold you back from achieving the success you deserve, despite how hard you work. Anxious 9 to 5 offers simple and effective techniques to get your workplace anxiety under control once and for all so you can enjoy work and be more productive.
First, you'll learn how anxiety develops in the workplace and, more importantly, how to stop it before it gets the best of you. After that, you're in control: customize the book's powerful exercises and self-evaluations to target your own personal workplace anxieties. In no time, you'll move past your obstacles and begin building confidence, focus, and a successful and fulfilling career-one day at a time.
Get control over:•Anxiety, stress, and worry at work
•The perils of perfectionism
•Fears of failure and public speaking
•Procrastination and discomfort on the job
•Difficulty being the boss
This book shows you how to release your subconscious brakes to inner peace and high performance. You learn how to stop worrying and start succeeding—immediately!
—Brian Tracy, author of The Power of Charm
Kase's understandable, clear guidelines for handling anxiety will change your life. She makes complicated paradoxes seem simple and teaches easy ways to manage them in your work days. Did you know that the way to overcome stress is the opposite from the way to overcome anxiety? You will find her short quizzes and exercises invaluable in helping you determine where you are with anxiety and what your next steps should be. This is one book you should NOT procrastinate in reading.
—Rita Emmett, author of The Procrastinator's Handbook and The Clutter—Busting Handbook