Jupiter, FL, January 05, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Don’t Misunderstand Me… I Think You’re A Moron
Office Conversation Edition
By Merrilee Kimble & Jason Myers
Office Communications – Frustration or Laughter?
Every day in every office, someone is misunderstood. It’s the consummate struggle in every office…communication. Forget banging you head on the wall in frustration over the communication issues. It’s time to sit back, relax and read a humor-filled and dare we say, sarcastic or perhaps brutally honest view of day to day misunderstandings at the office. Merrilee Kimble and Jason Myers turn frustration into laughter with Don’t Misunderstand Me…I Think You’re A Moron - Office Conversation Edition
When it comes to the day to day antics at the office, could it be that communication is such a challenge because secretly we want to be misunderstood? Could it be that we survive in the workplace by being cryptic and intentionally misunderstood? Maybe if people understood what we really meant, they wouldn’t like it very much.
Have you ever had a pleasant conversation with someone at the office and walked away feeling as if you might have been missing something? The look on their face, the tone of their voice – did they just insult you with pleasant conversation? After all, the slightest change in the tone of your voice can deliver a swift slap across the face with a simple “hello.”
With Don’t Misunderstand Me…I Think You’re A Moron - Office Conversation Edition, the hilarious root of the communication issue is brought to light. You know, those little thoughts that uncontrollably (or purposefully) pop into our minds during a conversation. The thoughts that give us comfort as we twist ourselves into pretzels, to be politically correct. The thoughts that give us laughter as we endure an unbearable conversation. The thoughts that let us take a little jab or give a little slap, with no one the wiser. And most importantly, those thoughts that provide a bit of sanity to the often oh-so-insane office communications. We’ve captured all those little thoughts in words and with illustrations by Merrilee Kimble.
After reading this book, whether it’s conversation between co-workers, peers or management, people will be doing a few double takes. After all, when you take a look at your own thoughts during a conversation, you may find yourself wondering what others are thinking or meaning as they converse with you.
About the Authors:
Merrilee Kimble and Jason Myers had worked for a combined 25 years in corporate America soaking up the culture and atmosphere. Realizing that people consistently cope with their work related stress with either frustration or laughter, they chose focus in on the latter with their new book. If you’re looking for a humor-filled and dare we say, sarcastic or perhaps brutally honest view of day to day misunderstandings at the office…sit back, relax and read on.
Don’t Misunderstand Me
I Think You’re A Moron
Office Conversation Edition
by Merrilee Kimble & Jason Myers
Publisher – CleverLivingOnline.com
on-sale: November 30, 2007
ISBN: 978-0-6151-6665-0 * Price: $16.95
Publisher – CleverLivingOnline.com (contact us) - 800-732-9338