In today's tough economy, you've got to look busy at work even if you're not to save your job. That's where America's Looking Busy coaches, Jay Schorr and Drew Sattee come in. They teach workers how to Look Busy at Work... Even When They're Not.
Online PR News – 23-October-2009 – – FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA - For millions of workers across America, it’s not how busy they are at work that counts, but how busy they look. Now workers across the country are turning to America’s first and only Looking Busy coaches, Jay Schorr and Drew Sattee, to learn how to waste an employee’s worst enemy – TIME www.50waystolookbusyatwork.com.
“The average American worker spends only 5-1/2 hours of an eight-hour day actually doing work. That leaves 2-1/2 hours a day – or 12-1/2 hours a week! – to look busy,” says Schorr. “What you do with those 12-1/2 hours can mean the difference between your bottom line and the unemployment line.”
Schorr and Sattee are in high demand at corporations across the country, both by employees who want to learn how to Look Busy without raising their bosses’ suspicions and by managers who want to know how to identify Looking Busy behavior. Schorr is also writing a book to codify his Looking Busy techniques, Looking Busy – 50 Ways to Look Busy at Work Even When You’re Not, illustrated by Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, Jim Morin.
“I’ve been looking busy at work for more than 15 years, and I’m but 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,” said Schorr. “But there are millions more waiting to come out of the Looking Busy closet. That’s why I’ve endeavored to knock down the closet door by mentoring Looking Busy students and writing, 50 Ways to Look Busy at Work Even When You’re Not.”
“Looking Busy will be an invaluable guide and reference tool for American workers… and their bosses. But remember: There’s only one way to look busy when you’re not – you’ve got to work at it,” said Schorr.
For more information on America’s Looking Busy Coaches contact Margaret Kessler at 954-456-8398 email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.