Happy Monday, Making Peace with Your Office Life, Is it Possible?

Having just gone through one of these rough around the edges weeks, I thought I should start the new one with a positive outlook.

I found some of that in Making Peace with Your Office Life by Cindy Glovinsky to be published by St Martin's Griffin on March 16, 2010.

Cindy went from writing poetry to practicing psychotherapy and still writes fiction.

With Making Peace with Your Office Life she wants to help those of us who dread the next day at work because we feel things are slipping due to bad organization, lack of chemistry in the team, poor spelling or any other issues.

The subtitle for her tome is "End the Battles, Shake the Blues, Get Organized, and Be Happier at Work", a whole program.

She also writes The Office Misfit's Survival Blog.

Her work reminded me of Francois Basilli's Thanks God It's Monday approach.

Will you be singing Happy Together after reading it?

Let me know.

Happy Monday for Monday Work Etiquette # 130

Previously: Forget about Overnight Success, Nice Guys Finish First writes Barrie Bergman

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