How to Overcome Shyness at Work - Secrets to Being Appreciated, More Successful and Happier at Work by Peter W. Murphy

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Few people understand why it is so important to overcome shyness at work. The fact is people who fail to speak up get ignored, taken for granted and overlooked for promotion.

Even if you work hard and become a productive and reliable employee you`ll still see other people, often of lesser ability, move ahead in their careers while you get frustrated and wonder what you are doing wrong.

Thankfully you can make a few simple changes to how you deal with colleagues and your boss to become someone who is respected, valued and appreciated. You can be yourself and move ahead much more quickly in your career once you discover how to overcome shyness at work.

In this book you`ll discover practical strategies specifically for use in the workplace. We will cover the following topics in this book:

- How to Overcome Fear of Rejection
- Overcoming Fear & Anxiety
- How to Develop Self-Confidence
- Effective Interaction Strategies
- Meeting New People
- Taking Advantage of Opportunities
- Getting Ahead in a Corporate Environment
- Relationships with Superiors

What makes this book different?

Its the focus on delivering straight to the point usable strategies that work. This book is for busy people who want answers now. As long as you can follow simple step by step instructions you can expect to make big progress in overcoming shyness at work.

About the Author

Peter W. Murphy is a peak performance expert. In his work he enjoys revealing the often overlooked but key distinctions anyone can focus on to achieve much better results.

He has been prolific in sharing his breakthrough personal development trainings online since 1992. He has written several books and over five hundred articles which have been syndicated across thousands of sites. His popular self help newsletter goes out to over 60,000 readers.

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Published January 18, 2012 58 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction

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