When a book has a smiley-face on the cover, you pretty much know what to expect. And you won’t be disappointed with this one; it’s upbeat all the way. This optimistic book would make a great little gift (even for yourself). Stephanie Goddard Davidson brings her considerable expertise to this simple little book of 101 tips (one per page) for improving your productivity. Here’s how to minimize stress and become happier at work. The suggestions range from one-sentence instructions to a couple of paragraphs each, and are valid, practical and often thought-provoking. getAbstract recommends it to anyone with a job and a susceptibility to being cheered up - it just might get you through a bad day.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to make your workday more pleasant;
- Why money and prestige can’t compensate for eight hours of misery in the workplace;
- Why you should count your blessings every day; and
- Why it’s okay to be wrong sometimes.
About the Author
Stephanie Goddard Davidson, CEO of Workforce Management Solutions, is a specialist in human resources, training and development.
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