Even in the most divisive of times Americans agree on one thing: they want more from their
jobsómore money, more fulfillment, more recognition. Thinking Outside the Cubicle is the guide
that shows them how to get it, once and for all.
With wit and candor, Norman J. Meshriy, M.S. translates his years of experience as a
career coach into a compact guide that is packed with practical and creative strategies for:
∑ Negotiating for raises;
∑ Dealing with difficult coworkers and bosses;
∑ Expanding job skills;
∑ Using your individuality to your advantage;
∑ Getting promotions;
∑ Uncovering your passion; and
∑ Leaving the job behind at the end of the day.
Finding happiness at work has more to do with attitude and choices than with the job itself,
says Meshriy. In Thinking Outside the Cubicle he reveals how to change your job from the inside
out. Work is a primary source of identity for many and a daily opportunity for self-expression for anyone
who punches a clock. This insiderís guide to job satisfaction teaches you how to maximize this