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Are you stressed out at work? Do you feel like you're in a rut? Are you looking for a way to step up your game? Do you realize that you spend nearly 50% of your waking hours at your job and therefore want to learn to enjoy it more? If you answered "yes" to any of the above (or just want to learn how to use humor in the workplace), this book is for you. In it, you'll find i Are you stressed out at work? Do you feel like you're in a rut? Are you looking for a way to step up your game? Do you realize that you spend nearly 50% of your waking hours at your job and therefore want to learn to enjoy it more? If you answered "yes" to any of the above (or just want to learn how to use humor in the workplace), this book is for you. In it, you'll find ideas on how to use humor to improve communication skills, build stronger relationships, enhance creative problem-solving, execute more effectively and strategically disengage. This smorgasbord of humor ways range from presentation tips to team-building activities, brainstorming methods to productivity tricks, stress relievers to ________ (fill in the blank because this book covers just about everything). Ready to get started? Why not: Begin your next email with a unique salutation, like "Greetings Fellow Humans." (#22) Create a Bat Signal for users to use whenever they need support. (#267) Hold a "dramatic reading" in the office of a company memo or quarterly earnings report. (#421)


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Are you stressed out at work? Do you feel like you're in a rut? Are you looking for a way to step up your game? Do you realize that you spend nearly 50% of your waking hours at your job and therefore want to learn to enjoy it more? If you answered "yes" to any of the above (or just want to learn how to use humor in the workplace), this book is for you. In it, you'll find i Are you stressed out at work? Do you feel like you're in a rut? Are you looking for a way to step up your game? Do you realize that you spend nearly 50% of your waking hours at your job and therefore want to learn to enjoy it more? If you answered "yes" to any of the above (or just want to learn how to use humor in the workplace), this book is for you. In it, you'll find ideas on how to use humor to improve communication skills, build stronger relationships, enhance creative problem-solving, execute more effectively and strategically disengage. This smorgasbord of humor ways range from presentation tips to team-building activities, brainstorming methods to productivity tricks, stress relievers to ________ (fill in the blank because this book covers just about everything). Ready to get started? Why not: Begin your next email with a unique salutation, like "Greetings Fellow Humans." (#22) Create a Bat Signal for users to use whenever they need support. (#267) Hold a "dramatic reading" in the office of a company memo or quarterly earnings report. (#421)

40 review for 501 Ways to Use Humor to Beat Stress, Increase Productivity, and Have Fun at Work

  1. 5 out of 5

    Helder Pimenta

    Fun and useful read Very easy read, full of practical suggestions to improve your day-to-day at work and overall a great book on humor.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sergiusz Golec

    A week ago I gave it 4 stars. Now I've finished reading it and 3 stars look like a fair max for the overall experience. [+] Some points made me laugh. Some inspired. (The book is not a "Harry Potter" or a "Sherlock Holmes". It's a list of ideas. And some are worth reading.) [+] The book could be an example of the converted blog posts entitled "X things about ...". [+] Lots of links as a follow-up(s) items. [-] I feel that that book is shallow and not so factual. For example "5,100 patents" - mentio A week ago I gave it 4 stars. Now I've finished reading it and 3 stars look like a fair max for the overall experience. [+] Some points made me laugh. Some inspired. (The book is not a "Harry Potter" or a "Sherlock Holmes". It's a list of ideas. And some are worth reading.) [+] The book could be an example of the converted blog posts entitled "X things about ...". [+] Lots of links as a follow-up(s) items. [-] I feel that that book is shallow and not so factual. For example "5,100 patents" - mentioned in the book. Dyson did not developed 5,100 patents before his giant success story. Yet. Mr Dyson spent 15 years and made more than 5,127 prototypes to design his success (cleaner). [-] Not too many laughing points (for my sense of humour). [-] Too many footnotes.

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