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Preview — The Likeability Trap by Alicia Menendez
Research shows that the more women succeed, the less likable they become. The minefield is doubly loaded when likability inte...more
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There are plenty of substantial references but the entire first half of the book was spent stating all the ways females in the general sense (as well as other marginalized females) are up against it. Definitely more of a drag than empowering.
The second half did have some actionable suggestions however went back to the first half’s style of reminding the reader how they’ve historically been played by the system due to the unwillingness to change.
The part ...more
She prays to the God of Writhing Desire for fatherly relief
To no good effect or cause
Daughter salivates pinnacle sexual intercourse
Rebuffed, patricide is love, no?
Chris Roberts, God of Electric Blue Mirrors
For men, I recommend this after you’ve been through a couple other books like Invisible Women and The Moment of Lift. It gave me a lot of ways to start having conversations with colleagues and she definitely nailed the reality of professional life for most women. Every time I bring it up, women finish her thoughts and statements almost verbatim, despite not knowing the bo...more
Nevertless it was a good read and worth the time.
This book taught me that corporate women like Menendez really are overly privileged toots if likability in the workplace is the worst of their problems to deal with. Or actually, a better way to put this is, why has this become such a central problem for women in the first place to warrant a 200 page book on the subject...more
The first few chapters are fairly solid, outlining all the ways women across different ethic and minority groups are gripped between wanting to be passive and liked, or wanting to be strong and unliked. But fr...more
My father bought this book for me after seeing a review on TV. I asked, is this because I care about being liked? His answer, in short, I’m very nice and he is afraid of people taking advantage of that at work. Fair concern. Ok- so based on that conversation, this book was not what I thought I was getting myself into.
The first part of this book describes every possible discrimination women and minorities face in the workplace with a little research sprinkled in...more
I got this book because I’d recently been told by my manager that I was “competent, but intimidating” and as a 24 yo was looking for ways to address that that would likely be the feedback I received for the rest of my career, and how to balance it with a conditioned perceived need to be liked. I didn’t get a...more
Being Active Duty Military for 11 years and being in a male dominant organization. I found a lot of things in this book very relatable, but I also already practiced and knew a lot of the things she mentioned in the book.
I do think this is a good book, especially for a woman in the...more
There were some go...more
However by itself the book goes into a loop that starts with actual facts about what women faces in workplaces, some actionables but ends in a way that goes back to the initial narrative of generating / repeating facts in a non-conclusive manner.
In short, pairing this with books l...more
Alicia's cheapens the examples of being judged as a woman by first explaining a situation, and what are valid criticisms/explanations of why the outcome of that situation occurred as it did. Then the reader is meant to forget those reasons and embrace a victim-mentality wi...more