Working on Workaholism

Working on Workaholism

by Karl Palachuk

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Overview

This mini-book opens up the topic of Workaholism. One of the great fallacies surrounding success is the belief that hard work and more work are the keys to success. There are three reasons why this belief is wrong. Also explored is the The Myth of Multi-Tasking.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011158803
Publisher: Karl Palachuk
Publication date: 12/23/2010
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 375,965
File size: 364 KB

About the Author

Karl W. Palachuk owns KPEnterprises, a technology consulting firm in Sacramento, California, with seven employees. He has been a Microsoft Hands-On Lab instructor and is a popular speaker at technical events. He is the founder and co-president of the Sacramento SMB IT Professionals and is the author of seven books.


Karl has appeared in more than two dozen cities across the United States, plus another five cities in Europe. He has been a speaker at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference as well as SMB Nation, SMB Summit, the SBS Migration Conference, MSP Revolution, and other venues.


His very popular "Small Biz Thoughts" blog


provides advice for Small Business owners and managers in the SMB space.


Outside the world of technology, Karl is also the author of Relax Focus Succeed®, a guide to balancing your personal and professional lives and being more successful in both.


For more information, visit smbbooks.com or relaxfocussucceed.com.


Karl W. Palachuk is a "serial entrepreneur." He owns several small businesses and has successfully promoted and sold millions of dollars worth of goods and services over the internet in the last fifteen years.


You can easily find Karl on Facebook, Twitter, and all the social media. Contact him there or directly at karlp@greatlittlebook.com.


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