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My job is boring and my boss is an idiot.

Stop thinking that way. You have the power to be more passionate about work. Never be satisfied with anything less then what you want from your career. Simple Revolutionary Acts is a valuable resource to anyone who feels some of the passion has gone away from work. Why accept the fact that you work in a less than satisfying way? Change your workplace. Why not lead a revolution? Every good workplace revolution needs a list of ideas to begin re-energizing the core of workplace happiness and satisfaction: Your relationships with customers, clients, and co-workers.

Simple Revolutionary Acts provides that list!

Author Dr. Todd Conklin brings over 20 years experience working with organizations that want to be more passionate. His creative and direct approach to changing the way people interact with each other comes from years of trial and error. Simple Revolutionary Acts provides valuable insight and suggestions to: 

  • Change the way you think
  • Address how you communicate
  • Try new ideas to make work more meaningful

Simple Revolutionary Acts is a resource for all workers and managers.

©2004 Todd Conklin (P)2019 Todd Conklin

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