As one of the millions of non-productive workers who have forsaken the toil and drudgery of the workday in favor of a Looking Busy lifestyle, award winning author Jay Schorr can attest to the efficacy of each of the Looking Busy techniques in his new book, Looking Busy – 50 Ways to Look Busy At Work Even When You’re Not, illustrated by Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, Jim Morin.
“As someone who’s been looking busy at work for almost 15 years, I know that Looking Busy – 50 Ways to Look Busy At Work - Even When You’re Not can be a better guarantee of continued employment than any contract,” noted Schorr.
From looking busy using an office telephone to shuffling papers on a desk, and from pensive doodling to more advanced maneuvers such as copy machine diversions, Looking Busy covers all the bases. Readers learn from the masters how to look busy using common office supplies, office equipment, old crumpled paper and even a Styrofoam cup. Looking Busy also teaches workers how to read a steamy novel or listen to their favorite music on their iPods right under their bosses’ noses – and be commended for doing so.
Looking Busy features time-killing favorites with applications for every work environment including: clerical, administrative, blue-collar, managerial, corporate, individual and group settings. The book is an invaluable guide and reference tool for American workers… and their bosses.
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Schorr is a nationally published writer whose work has appeared in print and on television in the form of articles, situation comedies and newswire service stories. He has also have written for Reuters, The Miami Herald and other high-profile publications on work-related issues.
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For additional information about the new book, Looking Busy – 50 Ways to Look Busy At Work Even When You’re Not, contact Margaret Kessler at 954-284-4819 or email her at margaretkessler@