Trust Yourself

Melody Wilding


Are you a Sensitive Striver? Learn how to get out of your own way and rediscover your sensitivity as a superpower.

___ Highly sensitive and high performing?
___ Need time to think through decisions before you act?
___ Judge yourself harshly when you make mistakes?
___ Take feedback and criticism personally?
___ Find it difficult to set boundaries?

It’s time to Trust Yourself.
Being highly attuned to your emotions, your 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, LMSW has spent the past ten years
working with Sensitive Strivers like you. In this groundbreaking book,
she draws on decades of research and client work to examine the
intersection of sensitivity and achievement in the workplace and offer
neuroscience-based strategies you can use to reclaim control of your
life and reach your full potential.

Trust Yourself offers
concrete steps to help you break free from stress, perfectionism, and
self-doubt so you can find the confidence to work and lead effectively.
You will learn how to:

• Achieve confidence and overcome imposter syndrome.
• Find your voice to speak and act with assertiveness.
• Build resilience and bounce back from setbacks.
• Enjoy your success without sacrificing your well-being.

If you’re an empathetic, driven person trying to navigate your career and learn how to believe in yourself in the process, Trust Yourself offers the mindset and tools to set you on the path to personal and professional fulfillment.

The perfect book for:

• Those who overthink, struggle to set boundaries, or suffer from burnout
• Coaches and coaching clients
• Entry-level workers, middle managers, executive level and above
• Anyone who identifies as highly sensitive

Creator Bio

Melody Wilding has coached hundreds of private clients, from CEOs and
Fortune 500 executives to leaders from the US Department of Education,
the Federal Reserve, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. She
teaches graduate-level human behavior and psychology at the Silberman
School of Social Work at Hunter College in New York. Her writing is
regularly featured on Medium and in Forbes, Business Insider, and Quartz. Her advice has been featured in the New York Times, The Cut, Oprah Magazine, NBC News, US News and World Report, and more.

Price £19.99
Format Hardback
Publication Date 13 May 2021
Pages 256
Height 229mm
Width 152mm
Illustrations jacketed hardcover, B&W charts throughout
Rights World
ISBN-13 9781797201962