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Anxious 9 to 5: How to Beat Worry, Stop Second-Guessing Yourself, and Work with Confidence Paperback – September 1, 2006
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A psychologist specializing in anxiety and stress in the workplace offers this collection of self-help solutions to perfectionism, fear of failure, and procrastinationtechniques that can transform on-the-job anxiety into enjoyment and success in the workplace.
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Lynne Siqueland, Ph.D.
Fear and anxiety can be crippling - especially in the workplace. Anxious 9-5 talks you through many of the factors that lead to fear and anxiety - then lead you through how to overcome and cope.
For example, Chapter 4 discusses what happens when you are your own harshest critic. Suffering from self doubt is the surest way to hold you back. As with each chapter, the author provides coaching points to identifying the problem and provides actions steps to move forward. While you may not be comfortable with the suggestion to "create and implement a plan to do something that makes you uncomfortable," they do say that it's ok to start small.
It's important to remember however, that unless you commit yourself to change - all the books in the world will do nothing for you other then use as paper to line your book shelves. I found the best parts of the book were contained in the "coaching points." The author provided sound advice - it's up to the reader as to whether or not to follow.