My Office Is a 3-Ring Circus!: Must I Take Orders from Clowns?

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iUniverse, Jun 8, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 176 pages
My Office Is A 3-Ring Circus

Must I Take Orders From Clowns?

Are you Clowning Around with Your Career?

Is Your Professional Life Comparable to a 3-Ring Circus?

Everyone makes this comparison My Office Is A 3-Ring Circus and uses this phrase to refer to all the crazy things that can challenge you in your job and business relationships.

Learn how to roar back successfully in office Power Struggles.

Through the 4 Performance Tools, 11 Performance Tips, and the career invention techniques of the Performance Tricks you will receive a blueprint formula for success and enjoyment in any career choice you make.

Let Change be your graceful high wire act.

This comedy, self-help business book combines hilarious circus stories with business philosophies and strategies designed to combat fear, and to offer alternative approaches to dealing with wild people and circumstances in your work environment. Most of all, this book gives you the ability to exercise the power and control you have to Create, Choose, and Change anything in your business life.


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About the author (2005)

Judith M. Weigle, author, idea consultant, entrepreneur, 1985 Clyde Beatty-Cole Bros. Circus Dancing Bear, 1987 Circus Marketing Director of the Year Award, President of Corporate Concerts, Inc. and JudiM Marketing & Media, 1991?1993 Board of Directors for Meeting Planners International, National Association of Catering Executives, International Society of Event Specialists.

Born in Pittsburgh, PA; Duquesne University, 1975 Bachelor of Arts, English Literature, with Minor Studies in Philosophy, Communications, Journalism, Music, Education; Currently resides in Palm Springs, CA.

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