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No Hard Feelings

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By Liz Fosslien

15 min
4.49 (3540 ratings)
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Learning to manage emotions at work makes the workplace more enriching, productive, and less stressful. The authors give practical ideas on how to avoid feeling overwhelmed and having an emotional breakdown. This book is a quick read on understanding emotional intelligence and achieving a positive work-life balance. Feeling stressed and unmotivated at work? This book will definitely offer you some pointers.



About the Author

Liz Fosslien works as a design and marketing consultant with clients such as Reddit, Zumper, and Ernst & Young. Born in 1985, she attended Pomona College and graduated with a degree in Economic/Math. Liz also doubles as the Content and Editorial head at Humu and as an illustrator for the Wall Street Journal. She previously worked for New Genius and lives in California. Liz has a passion to help remote workers overcome burnout and help create a culture of belonging within organizations.



Mollie West Duffy describes herself as an organizational designer and is the current organizational lead designer at IDEO. Mollie has consulted for organizations that underwent large-scale organizational change. She graduated from Brown University with a degree in Commerce and from Parsons School of Design with an MFA. Mollie is also an entrepreneur and researcher. She writes regularly for Fast Company, the Stanford Social Review and Quartz.

book summary - No Hard Feelings by Liz Fosslien

No Hard Feelings

Book Summary

15 min
4.49 (3540 ratings)
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