Cubicle escape artists aren't crazy

06/8/2009 | USA Today

Even in a down economy, plenty of people still want to quit their day jobs and try to realize a dream, writes life coach Pamela Slim in her new book "Escape from Cubicle Nation: From Corporate Prisoner to Thriving Entrepreneur." Slim writes that there are good reasons to quit a job filled with anxiety or apathy, and fearing that the job is the best you can do is "irrational." A reviewer notes that the book has some practical suggestions, but doesn't provide the step-by-step guide to entrepreneurship some might crave.

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