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Enjoy!: 101 Little Ways to Add Fun to Your Work Every Day Paperback – 1 Sep 2008

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"I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in creating a more open and cohesive working environment." --"Grazadio Business Report"

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Gini Graham Scott, PH.D. (Oakland, CA) is the founder and director of Changemakers and Creative Communications & Research. She is the author of over 40 books, including A Survival Guide for Working with Bad Bosses (0-8144-7298- 2), and A Survival Guide to Working with Humans (0-8144- 7205-2). Frequently sought out by the media, she has been interviewed for Good Morning America, Oprah, Geraldo at Large, Montel Williams, The O'Reilly Factor, The New York Times, Glamour, and Cosmopolitan.

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The ideas certainly are fun! 16 Aug. 2011
By Leo A. Mallette - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This delightful book, Enjoy!: 101 Ways to Add Fun to Your Work Every Day, is based on the premise that having fun relieves stress. "People work too hard, particularly in the United States . . . and have a higher level of work related stress," writes the author, who has written over 50 books. The book is written in five parts.
Part Two, "Breaking Down the Barriers to Enjoyment," includes chapters on how to "Silence Your Inner Critical Voice" and "Rediscover Your Inner Child." Such suggestions are contrary to what many of us have tried to do in cultivating our business personas--most of us suppress our childlike qualities in an effort to become socialized and appear "professional."
Part Four includes a long chapter (adapted from one of Scott's other books) on what to do when traveling. Some of her suggestions sound like games I have played with my kids to keep them entertained on long trips, and others are good tips that many of us do naturally.
I was initially worried that Scott's first two chapters were simply derivative material as all 24 of her references for these chapters were from the same source; however, I found the content to be original and useful in the context of this book. Enjoy! is 256 pages and the ideas certainly sound like they would be fun at work. Many could be used in off-site team-building scenarios. I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in creating a more open and cohesive working environment.
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