101 Ways to Have a Great Day at Work

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Sep 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
Turn every workday into a source of satisfaction with this treasure trove of 101 ways to improve productivity, minimize stress and find happiness on the job. For example:

#34 Smile
Do you smile at work? If not, you may be confusing your serious look with professionalism. The reality is that not smiling just makes you look unhappy.

#41 Take Ten
The next time you can't get started on a task or project, tell yourself you will only work on it for ten minutes. Chances are you'll stick with it once you've started, but even if you move on after ten minutes, you will have accomplished that much more.

"This book offers a collection of simple yet powerful ideas to turn every workday into a great workday."--Jeff Anderson, VP Product Management, FranklinCovey
 

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User Review  - hopeevey - LibraryThing

I've been reading this in little bursts. The suggestions are good, mostly simple, things that can make a difference in your day. Much of it is applicable to life in general. I've thought about making a mini-library for my work group; this would be an excellent part of such a collection. Read full review

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Stephanie Goddard Davidson specializes in communication and interpersonal skills training. Her customers include such nationally recognized companies as MCI, BellSouth, Nextel, and Rollins Protective Services. She is also a nationally certified trainer for Covey's Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Ridge's People Skills for Managers and Individual Contributors, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, FranklinCovey's Project Management, and master certified in Achieve Global's Management Programs; as well as an instructor with the American Management Association.

For articles and other useful information, please visit Stephanie's website at http://101-ways-great-day-at-work.com.

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