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Publisher's Summary

Face it, whether your company has 10 employees or 10,000, you must grapple with people you can't stand in the office. Luckily Jonathan Littman and Marc Hershon have written I Hate People!, a smart, counter-intuitive, and irreverent turn on the classic workplace self-help book that will show you how to identify the Ten Least Wanted - the people you hate - while revealing the strategies to neutralize them. Learn to fly right by the "Stop Sign" (nay-sayer) and rise above the pronouncements of the "Know-it-None". I Hate People! will teach you how to carve out more time for yourself by becoming a "Soloist" - one of those bold individuals daring to work alone or collaborate with a handful of other talented people....while artfully deflecting the rest.
©2009 Jonathan Littman; (P)2009 Gildan Media Corp
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By Wayne on 07-09-09

You will hate this book too.

What a waste of time and money this book is. Nothing useful here unless you enjoy basking in your hatred of the various personalities you have to deal with on a daily basis.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful


By Strickland on 08-16-09

Boring and repetitive

I couldn't even finish listening to this although I made the effort to finish 1/2 of it. All the author does is attach snarky titles to different types of people many of us work with. It's a slightly amusing at first but it goes on and on and on and never makes the point. What is the point? How do you deal with these people or avoid being one? I got too fed up to even bother to find out if the real answer is told at the very end. I just didn't care anymore.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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