I gave this book for Christmas to give to my fellow supervisors at work.
What is surprising is though you think you might know most of this stuff you will probably be induced to practice a bit more by reading the work.
It is easy to read and offers useful advice that transcends our work and personal lives.
I bought this book at the recommendation of a psychologist. There were several things in the book that I could relate to. Well worth the read, but can't cover every issue.Published 3 months ago by T. Johnson
If you get a little stressed from co-workers chatter, non-productivity, etc., then this is the book for you. Buy it NOW. Read it and re-read it.Published 4 months ago by Rochelle Vinson
I was poised to leave my current job, I already had given my notice. I was completely fed up with the job. Then I spotted this book at the local Barnes and Noble. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. J. Noh
This book is great. It zeroed in on the ways I bring stress to my life and how to stop. The key is thinking differently and now I'm working on that.Published 6 months ago by Teresa Morrison
Mister & Ms know it all giving you a hard time?
The Boss is up your assets?
Don't sweat the small stuff at work. This book puts a spin
on those people. Read more
This book is not one of those super-inspiring, revolutionary business books with catchy titles like “Who Moved My Cheese” or “Seven Habits”. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ryan J. Dejonghe
If i could read just one book this would be the one, i got these for co workers and they loved them. I recommend if looking for one book to read this be the one!Published 10 months ago by tbrnottb