Our book on telecommuting, Undress For Success – The Naked Truth About Working at Home, will be in bookstores in March of 2009. If you have an active blog, web site, newsletter, or other audience with an interest in the work-life, economic, environmental, and other benefits of working at home and would like to be considered for a review copy of the book, please fill out the form below and we’ll forward your name to our publisher (John Wiley & Sons). Copies will be distributed in March of 2009. If you represent a publication with a long lead time and would like an advance copy of the book, please email us with details about your needs.
In the interest of saving trees, we are encouraging the publisher to send review copies as a PDF, rather than a hardback book, to those who prefer that format. Let us know your preference on the form below, but please include a snail-mail address as well.
Click here to find out more about Undress For Success. Early reviews, based on a sloppy draft of the book, include praise from some of the top names in the industry:
. . . Kate Lister and Tom Harnish have been there. They are practicing entrepreneurs. They know the problems, the terrors and joys of making their own future. The issues, the possibilities, the hazards, practical rules of operation and a wealth of options and how-tos are here for you to explore. . . .
– Jack Nilles, president of JALA International and author of Managing Telework – Strategies for Managing the Virtual Office, the book that inspired nations to rethink the way to work (from the foreword for Undress For Success).
The best collection of teleworking “How-To’s” and “Why’s” that I’ve seen anywhere . . . .
– Jim Ware, Co-Founder, Future of Work Program and lead author for The Search for Digital Excellence (McGraw-Hill, 1998)
. . . This unique and enlightening guide will help you open the door to e-work success – and improve every aspect of your life in the process.
-Marcia Rhodes, Public Relations Director, WorldatWork
. . . There’s never been a comprehensive guide to all aspects of telecommuting, until Undress for Success. . . .
-Cali Williams Yost, Fast Company expert and author, Work+Life Fit (Riverhead/Penguin Group, 2005)
. . . Undress For Success offers the perfect balance between covering all the details and doing so in an easy-to-read and light-hearted way. . . .
– Bob Fortier, President of InnoVisions Canada, and of The Canadian Telework Association
. . . Kate and Tom are the â€˜guiding hands’ for self-reliant control of your future success from home! . . .
– Jack Heacock, SVP and Co-Founder of The Telework Coalition, Washington, D.C.
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