a non-fiction
work on "work"

Workaholics are the richest
people in the cemetery

Infinity Publishing - July 2003
ISBN: 0-7414-1621-2 - $13.95

If you read this book, you
won't be able to retire
today, but you should
be able to retire sooner.

This book won't make you
a millionnaire, but you
should have a richer life.

"The best way to approach work is top avoid it at all times." - LeRoy Satchel Paige

Touching on ways to improve the daily
work life for us all, April 12, 2004

Midwest Book Review - Oregon, WI
Tick Tock, Don't Stop: A Manual For Workaholics is an informed and
informative overview of all aspects of "work", ranging from its origin,
to why it is so widely disliked, to the ramifications of minimum wage,
to the advantages and disadvantages of working at home, to productive
alternatives to the traditional 9 to 5 job, and more. A thoughtful and
thought-provoking survey written to provide the reader with information
and ideas about a very necessary, ubiquitous part of human life, and
touching on ways to improve the daily work life for us all, Tick Tock,
Don't Stop
is an engaging and confidently recommended reflection
offering a much-needed perspective on the "daily grind" that occupies
so much of our waking life.

Diane C. Donovan
MBR BOOKWATCH, February 2005

Author Robert Swiatek has been a computer software consultant for
over twenty years, studying computers and teaching math and working
numerous jobs through his life. His manual for workaholics' documents
his experience as one, revealing stress factors, motivation for overwork,
different levels of job achievement in different types of jobs, and more.
Packed with personal insights and tips.