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“This book is a love letter to all of us who yearn to be liked (and are ashamed to admit it).

Menendez offers research, a reality check, and the reassurance that weâ€re not alone.― (

Tiffany Dufu, author of Drop the Ball and founder of The Cru)“Wanting to be liked is more

than feeding our ego or calming our insecurities, it can unwittingly impact almost every aspect of

our personal and professional life. With her innate sense of wit and eloquence, Alicia Menendez

makes us reflect on how we can navigate the troubled waters of likeability, ignore the inevitable

noise that blocks our progress, and live at peace with ourselves.― (Maria Elena Salinas, CBS

News Contributor)“Alicia Menendez gets it. All of it. And conveys some of the most poignant

advice out there today in this book. She breaks down the construct of women being either

‘strong and cold†or ‘weak and warm†and the pressure we face at home, at the

office, and in public. Itâ€s as delightful as it is useful.― (Alyssa Mastromonaco, author of So

Hereâ€s the Thing… and cohost of the #Hysteria podcast)“In a radical departure from

business books that urge women to change who they are or how they lead, Alicia Menendez tears

to shreds the false choices presented to women by workplaces that constantly challenge whether

we have what it takes. She nimbly urges us not to conform or mutate but rather to work toward

dimming the spotlight on likeability.― (Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur, cofounders of Of a Kind

and coauthors of Work Wife)“Reading The Likeability Trap, I felt a weight lift off me. I

realized that feedback and worry about my likeability are systemic issues, not something wrong

with me. I understood that I wasnâ€t alone and that there were things I could do about it. It has

been a gift.― (Rachel Simmons, author of Odd Girl Out)“It is hard to write something both

new and noteworthy about women, work, and leadership, but Alicia Menendez has pulled it off.

Even as a woman who has been leading for decades, I learned a lot from The Likeability Trap

. Best of all, she writes powerfully and directly about the particular obstacles encountered by

women of color, adding important voices to the debate.― (Anne-Marie Slaughter, CEO of New

America and author of Unfinished Business)“Menendez, a journalist and the cohost of

PBSâ€s Amanpour and Company, issues a friend-to-friend wake-up call for pathological

approval seekers. . . . The description of the problem is perfect . . . . the chatty, friendly, heart-toheart

tone will be a comfort and an encouragement to women hampered by their desire to be both

liked and successful.― (Publishers Weekly)“There will be a great deal of enthusiastic

nodding and audible sighs among women devouring multimedia journalist Menendezâ€s first


book. . . . This will stoke camaraderie and genuine outrage among women,

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