Stories, experiences, and advice from crazy brave, fiercely resilient, stereotype-busting, insanely courageous, relentlessly determined, wildly successful women.
Are you tired of others OVERjudging you? Do men at work talk OVER you? Are you OVERachieving and still being paid less than your male colleagues? Were you passed OVER for a promotion or a plum assignment? Is it hard for you to get OVER feelings of betrayal due to sabotage by a woman? Do you struggle with OVERcommitment of your time and energy? Are you so busy that you tend to unconsciously OVER isolate yourself from others?
You are not alone...
Theresa describes these experiences as O-Syndrome and offers hope as she shares stories from badass women collabHERators who have OVERcome! As a follow-up to the first in the series--O-Syndrome: When Work is 24/7 and You're Not, this book gives voice to the "her story" experiences of women across racial and generational lines and offers up practical advice and tactics to help you overcome O-Syndrome.
Praise for the Book
"What a gift Theresa gives us--the telling of shared experiences from wise and courageous sisters. So many women will recognize themselves in these pages. It's from healing our most painful memories that we blossom into true self-actualized women. The only antidote to O-Syndrome is to be O-mnipotent! Now is our time to rise to our unlimited power! Thank you, Theresa for being the catalyst!" -- Shary Hauer, Founder of The Hauer Group, Executive Advisory and Coaching Firm, and Author of Insatiable: A Memoir of Love Addiction
WARNING. Sentiments expressed in the book are often crass and not veiled in political correctness, tactfulness, civility, or etiquette. If you're easily offended or blush at the mere suggestion of an off-color thought or remark, then this book is not for you. If you're quick to claim "male-bashing" or discrimination, move on. The former is admittedly harsh, while the latter is illegal. If any of this applies to you, stop reading now. Each collabHERator was encouraged to just say it like it is and how she feels it--the good, the bad, and the ugly--without apology. So, in the spirit of full disclosure, I ask you to please refrain from judgment.
By: Theresa M. Robinson, Jeffery Halter (Foreword by), Becky Davis (Foreword by)
Publisher: Master Trainer Tmr & Associates, LLC
Publication Date: March 05, 2019