As promised, here’s a sneak peek of the introduction to the free eBook I’m working on.
It may seem familiar as the topic of the book is an expansion on the theme of a previous post.
I’d love to know your thoughts.
The corporate world is sick.
It’s full of disease and suffering. Even the bravest, brightest people are being infected, despite having strong immune systems.
At times like this we need help. We need awareness. We need remedies. This book aims to give you the cure.
You must have seen it yourself. Someone new joins your team with new ideas and a fresh outlook. They seem keen and willing. Then BANG! Within a matter of months they’ve caught something. They’ve picked up one (or more) of the 25 corporate diseases that are outlined in these pages, and it’s caused them to change. They start displaying the classic symptoms which will gradually get worse over time.
When this happens, it can be very frustrating and upsetting to watch, but the current corporate environment is set up in a way that is rife for germs to spread quickly. What’s worse, there seems to be a level of acceptance that this is how things are.
What about you – are you sure you’re not infected with ‘Bitchy-witchy’, ‘Verbositoxis’ or ‘Fluff’?
Have you noticed changes in yourself recently? Do you have a general feeling of malaise or that something’s not quite right?
You are not alone and something urgently needs to be done.
This book is the result of years of ‘in the trenches’ research into corporate diseases and by reading it, you’re taking a step towards a healthier place to work, for yourself and for others, as you:
- become aware of the range of diseases
- learn to readily identify symptoms in others
- notice early signs of your own infections
- receive guidance on how to treat them
The ailments listed are grouped into 5 categories, driven by the part of the body impacted – the mind, the eyes, the ears, the mouth and the hands.
For each category, you will find detailed information on the cause, symptoms and treatment.
You can read the book front to back or simply use it as a reference guide to check for symptoms. I hope you find it useful.
So, with your antibacterial hand sanitizer at the ready, let’s get to it.
I wish you luck with your recovery.