Sally Helgesen

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Average rating: 4.02 · 726 ratings · 98 reviews · 12 distinct works
How Women Rise: Break the 1...

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The Female Advantage

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The Female Vision: Women's ...

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The Web of Inclusion: Archi...

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Untitled on Women in Business

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Thriving in 24/7: Six Strat...

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Everyday Revolutionaries : ...

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Wildcatters: A Story of Tex...

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“First up was Nancy’s pervasive sense of guilt. She felt self-conscious about going beyond her family’s expectations, and feared being seen as “too big for her britches,” a typical complaint in her family about anyone who was successful. As a result, Nancy was constantly trying to prove she didn’t think she was better than anyone else. This made it almost impossible for her to say no.”
Sally Helgesen, How Women Rise: Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job

“As the neural grooves of self-blame and regret get established, rumination becomes your default mode.”
Sally Helgesen, How Women Rise: Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job

“And in fact, psychologists draw a straight line of causation between chronic rumination and chronic depression. Dwelling on the negative and berating yourself is bad for your health, physical and mental. And the longer your mind is consumed with gloomy self-accusations, the worse you will feel.”
Sally Helgesen, How Women Rise: Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job




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