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How to Work Like a Cat: Walking With Confidence Through a Dog-Eat-Dog World

by Karen Wormald

It’s a good thing that this book is only 6”x6” because it can be easily smuggled into work and slipped inside your desk drawer without being noticed. When your own cubicle at work becomes to stuffy and confining- How To Work Like A Cat can be pulled out to provide you with much-needed comic relief. Although you may not be able to enjoy it over a ice-cold mug of beer, perhaps a nice glass of milk will suffice.

The author takes a stab at all that ails you when afflicted with The Workingman Blues. With delightful abandon, she takes you down a scenic tour of Corporate America pointing out what is most important in the grand scheme of things. “Don’t take yourself so serious that you forget to laugh!”

Next time your boss is having a bad day, and you are the brunt of his anger. While he is out of his office, go in and slip a copy of  How To Work Like a Cat hoping that when he comes back in the office, he will discover that he does indeed have a smile.

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