-Bob Fortier, President of InnoVisions Canada, and The Canadian Telework Association
“I wish I'd had this book when I first started out-it's like having your own personal career coach. Reading this will save many new freelancers a lot of grief!”
-Allena Tapia, About.com: Freelance Writing Guide and Editor of Garden Wall Publications
“If you're an old-fashioned manager who's obsessed with face time, hide this book now. There is no way your employees will commute to their cubicles Monday morning after reading this entertaining manifesto for ditching the panty-hose and actually enjoying work.”
-Laura Vanderkam, author, Grindhopping: Build a Rewarding Career Without Paying Your Dues (McGraw-Hill, 2007)
“You could spend years with focus groups, assemble cross-functional internal teams to study and recommend organizational changes, or simply read Undress for Success to obtain the practical knowledge necessary to better serve your customers; increase loyalty and productivity; avoid layoffs; and improve your profitability for whatever comes your way. Kate and Tom are the 'guiding hands' for self-reliant control of your future success from home!”
-Jack Heacock, SVP and cofounder of The Telework Coalition, Washington, D.C.