Miserable@Work: Stop Blaming the Job and Fix What's Really Broken

Miserable@Work: Stop Blaming the Job and Fix What's Really Broken

by Dr. Will Miller

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Overview

Miserable@Work: Stop Blaming the Job and Fix What's Really Broken by Dr. Will Miller

Millions of people feel dissatisfied and depressed about their jobs, yet curiously many still like what they are doing.

Their complaints are almost always about "the other stuff" that causes their distress. These other factors include clashes with internal and external bureaucracy, micromanaging supervision, lack of participation in decisions, and uncertatinty about their job security.

The irony about Miserable@Work is that resolving our distress on the job is often achieved after hours.

Join Dr. Will for an engaging and often self-deprecating look at how we misdirect our energies and discover a realistic approach to finding relief from the stress of your job.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946533098
Publisher: Willco, Inc
Publication date: 04/17/2017
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.31(d)

About the Author

Dr. Will Miller is a psychotherapist and health psychologist, who teaches Strategic Communications at Purdue University. He has worked in Community Mental Health Centers, as well as in drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs. He holds graduate degrees in Urban Education, Theology, Clinical Social Work, and Health Psychology.

For 17 years, Will had an active career as a professional stand-up comedian, headlining clubs across the country. He has made numerous television appearances, including Nick at Nite and host of the NBC Daytime program The Other Side.

Currently, Dr. Miller teaches and speaks to corporations and organizations nationally and is a recognized authority on stress and coping with change. He is the author of several books, including Refrigerator Rights, with Dr. Glenn Sparks. His weekly podcast on health and wellness can be accessed at www.drwill.com.

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