Dear Bully, You’re Fired!: Hotlifestyle

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Graystone LA , Nov 24, 2020 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 128 pages

A POWERFUL NEW APPROACH FOR A - BULLY FREE – WORKPLACE -

Dear Bully, You’re Fired! is a powerful new approach for dealing with the bully at work. It’s time to put the control back in your hands deciding which strategy will secure the best outcome that suits you. Which game plan will you choose? - Softball - Hardball - Go Ninja -

 The psychology approach to dealing with bullies in the workplace isn’t working. According to statistics 75% of you will soon be leaving your current position. Psychologists are more concerned helping victims cope with their trauma than finding a way to stop the bullying, treating symptoms rather than the cause. Confrontation may not be the best option if it doesn’t lead to a bully-free workplace. In the psychologist’s world, bullies get off scot-free to continue unhindered; in the world of Paul McQueen, they don’t.

 The book - Dear Bully, You’re Fired! - focuses on one thing - achieving a bully-free workplace. Following an easy four step plan to gain leverage, recognizing the criteria which makes their actions consequential.

 

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About the author (2020)

Paul McQueen, a successful entrepreneur who has achieved financial independence. Paul has a wealth of experience in simplifying the art and science of being successful that he wants to share. He wants to show people new perspectives, help develop new life skills, and squeeze the most out of your hard earned cash. Having lived and worked in Zurich, Munich, London he leads an amazing interesting fruitful life with no barriers. What better person to explain the basis of dealing with bullies and living a Hotlifestyle than someone who is actually living it.

His writing style is focused and to the point. He understands that time is of the essence and creates passages that you can readily relates to, making what few salient points he thinks are important. He doesn’t subscribe to the notion that ‘more is better’ packing the book with fillers just to give the impression that he’s clever.