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  • Title: Making Work Work for the Highly Sensitive Person
  • Author: Barrie Jaeger
  • ISBN: 9780071408103
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Making Work Work for the Highly Sensitive Person By Barrie Jaeger A practical guide to coping at work Making Work Work for the Highly Sensitive Person builds on Elaine Aron s groundbreaking bestseller The Highly Sensitive Person This new book, which includes a Foreword by Aron, gives highly sensitive persons HSPs strategies to build confidence, combat stress, and find work that is emotionally, financially, and creatively rewarding.A practical guide to coping at work Making Work Work for the Highly Sensitive Person builds on Elaine Aron s groundbreaking bestseller The Highly Sensitive Person This new book, which includes a Foreword by Aron, gives highly sensitive persons HSPs strategies to build confidence, combat stress, and find work that is emotionally, financially, and creatively rewarding Based on cutting edge medical and scientific research, this fresh perspective on how readers can secure satisfying careers includes strategies to Detect jobs that are not right for HSPs Make their opinions heard and valued Control good personal internal boundaries Defend themselves from bullies in the workplace Move out of a job that feels like drudgery, and into a job that supports career goals and dreams
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    Making Work Work for the Highly Sensitive Person By Barrie Jaeger

    Commentaires:

    Maria Ramos
    Other reviewers on said that this book was short on solutions, that is, how to find the particular work that suits a highly sensitive person I would agree with this there was no methodology offered for figuring this out for yourself However, I found the framework of her ideas very useful I found myself completely described, from the need for an emotionally supportive workplace, the need for stimulation but not too much That every few years, I lose interest in what I am doing and have to change i [...]

    Meg
    This book was disappointing I kind of liked the section about how to state your needs as a strength rather than a weakness, but other than that I didn t get much out of it The writing was not very good The author s framework Drudgery, Craft, and Calling was not useful for me, and I found it to be very one dimensional Apparently the One True Way for highly sensitive people is to follow your calling and be self employed Anything else just won t be good enough for you How does the author know this, [...]

    Emily
    Don t judge me for reading this Actually, judge away because I found this book quite helpful I fit the profile of a Highly Sensitive Person to a tee and have been unhappy in every job I ve ever had I read this weeks after having been forced to resign from a job that made me very unhappy to the point it was affecting my physical mental emotional spiritual health and as I have been preparing to start a job that is effectively one step away from being self employed When I was in grad school my advi [...]

    Sheyna Galyan
    I would really have liked to read about HSPs and self employment Maybe a second book

    Susan
    So glad that I finally kind of finished this book I skipped through half of it because it was boring me to death One thing this book helped me with Realizing that this will be the last self help book I will ever read I really do despise them Such useless, negative information.

    Hugo Demets
    Dit is een boek dat je zeker moet lezen als je, zoals zo veel HSP s, het werk moeilijk tot onmogelijk is Het heeft wel een typisch Amerikaanse schrijfstijl, wat betekent dat er veel zinnen gebruikt worden om dezelfde idee n uit te leggen Ik maakte er zelf een samenvatting van, en ik vond het een prima boek, dat ook in het Nederlands vertaald is.

    Susan
    Now it all makes sense Avoid Drudgery

    Jennifer
    I got some good information out of this book but there were certain parts that got pretty boring Because of that I only gave it three stars.

    Laurel Bradshaw
    From the back cover If you feel drained and debilitated at work, or your work doesn t fulfill your creativity, you may be among the 20 percent of the population who are overwhelmed by job pressures The Highly Sensitive Person HSP is often intelligent, imaginative, empathetic, and hyper aware of surroundings This sensitivity is part of being passionate about work But it can also make being in the work force a painful trial.Based on cutting edge research and extensive interviews with hundreds of H [...]

    Elaine
    I was disappointed with this book I felt that the author had some important things to say but had a really hard time conveying them He used a lot of long winded metaphors and talking in circles which seemed to go no where and would make suggestions but not fully explain them For example, in chapter 4 he presents a figure of a daily log idea which seems helpful but no description or tips for using it His whole book was based on the concept of three types of work Drudgery, craft, and calling, but [...]

    Amber Jacobs
    This was a great book for highly sensitive people who are looking to understand where they fit in the working world I had many ah ha moments while reading this The author was clear and direct and it wasn t full of fluff as a lot of self help books can be The author outlines three different categories as to where one may sit in their current job She also touches on self employment and how it is often a common route for HSP s due to the nature of being able to control the stimulation in the workin [...]

    Clelia
    Very helpful and compassionate book There were a lot of distracting typos, but that s a petty complaint I m just extremely glad that there was a book written on this topic.Another small thing I thought that the issue of class and financial mobility was not adequately addressed The author advocates quitting unsatisfying jobs, but does not discuss options for those for whom this would not be feasible Luckily I did not read this from that vantage point, but I still thought it would have been helpfu [...]

    Lauren
    A very enjoyable read The framework, Jaeger developed using Drudgery, Craft, and Calling is very helpful to me in thinking about my own past hiring situations The book did have one or two problems Jaeger s writing style uses very broad strokes, some of which I wish she d been a little careful with The book can also be at different moments contradictory, usually in its descriptions of the three states of work That said, life is contradictory, and this wasn t written as an academic text It s defi [...]

    Anne
    I flipped through this fairly quickly over a few days and discovered that I am no longer an HSP Yay I am now a NSP normally sensitive person Or maybe I m an HSP who has grown a thicker skins that s it Anyway, most of the book didn t really apply to me it would have been relevant to me earlier in my career, when I was younger I would have given it a higher rating back then Right now I need career books that are next levelill searchingBUT for anyone who is an HSP and hasn t been exposed to these [...]

    Steve Garvin
    Very good book with lots of examples and clear language Helped me to conceptualize what I knew about myself but didn t have the words to convey Working on transitioning into a conducive environment for my highly sensitive, high sensation self I recommend this book to others who feel they are missing something in their careers.

    Michelle
    Eyes have been opened More spelling errors than I d prefer, but this book is at the level of, if not at a higher level than, Aron s work A different area than love and general HSP ness but still groundbreaking Always a pleasure to read and be understood, hated the times I had to put the book down to do something else Very well done Now to continue discovering and exploring D

    Jennifer
    This was really helpful for where I m at in my life career right now He speaks to some very specific things HSPs encounter in their career quest, which was really validating and encouraging A few of the chapters are really fluffy and don t have much substance but the ones that do are gems.

    Dyan
    Interesting book about HSP s in their workplace I do really recommend first reading a generic book about the subject if you re not all that familiar, because it really focuses on the work part and that s it.

    Danielle
    Very useful and thought provoking

    Dawn
    A must read for any HSP that works in a fast paced work environment.

    Maureen
    Still didn t make work work.

    Miss Michaele Hoodoo Foundry
    Better than I expected I suspect every conjure should read this book, to understand certain of their clients better and possibly themsleves, too.

    Sheena S.
    If you can get past the typos and hokey tendencies, you ll find some interesting ways to think about your work.

    Caroline
    So great this book is an instruction manual for sensitive people who tend to get caught up in their work How to stay grounded.

    Bethany
    Soooooooooo helpful and insightful for a highly sensitive person who is struggling with their career

    Betsy
    Great book for anyone who can t seem to feel settled or content with any job which is certainly me

    Jamie
    It did provide some helpful suggestions and practices that I can use But I d still like to find a good resource for jobs that an HSP like me would most enjoy and be comfortable with.

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