What is your work style? Are you a doer, happiest when leaping tall buildings and achieving the impossible? What do you do when you’re finished? If you feel let down, empty and try to fill the void with another impossible challenge, that makes you a Wander Woman!
Wander Woman: How High-Achieving Women Find Contentment and Direction is the name of Dr. Marcia Reynolds’ new bestseller. The term describes high achieving women who get their biggest charge from doing rather than getting praise. In fact, either they never get enough praise in the end or they don’t know how to accept it. At the core of the dissatisfaction is their inability to separate what they do from who they are.
Marcia wrote this book for herself and others like her. With a doctorate in organizational psychology, her message is backed by research and experience. She is the founder and author of “Outsmart Your Brain,” a world-wide speaker and a master coach of top talented women making big decisions in the workplace. You’ve read her articles or seen her quoted in Psychology Today, Huffington Post, NY Times and more.
If you’re wandering around looking for the next new thrill of accomplishment, you must hear this candid conversation.