Here is a book for the 39 million Americans who work alone, either full-time or part-time, in offices inside and outside the home.
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A former corporate communicator, journalist, columnist, advertising creative director-copy chief, and freelance writer specializing in marketing communications, Lionel Fisher is also the author of "The Craft of Corporate Journalism: Writing and Editing Creative Organizational Publications" and "Celebrating Time Alone: Stories of Splendid Solitude."From Booklist:
At first blush, Fisher's guide to home working seems to resemble what has become a bible for the self-employed, Paul and Sarah Edwards' Working from Home. Not so, since he delves into the psyche of solos, some concomitant problems (and their solutions), and examples of successful practitioners. A self-deprecatory wit and very readable prose frame his text, as do quizzes and tests that measure emotional aptitude and discipline. He speaks of techniques to banish procrastination (e.g., write a daily to-do list), to avoid family disunity (impose rules such as "Honor all closed doors"), and to achieve success through self-actualization, among other topics. The wealth of individual experiences and his upbeat and thoughtful approach will convince even the most timid to seriously consider being their own boss. Barbara Jacobs
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