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ZEO: A Zombie’s Guide to Getting A(head) in Business

19th Sep, 2009 at 10:49 AM Posted by Tony Nibbles
Category: General,

Some people at Skyhorse publishing sent us some info on one of their new books, ZEO: A Zombie's Guide to Getting A(head) in Business. It offers a humourous alternative to those boring business guides you see men in suits reading.

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Are you tired of those pesky humans and their recession keeping you down? Fed up with all of those tiresome motivational books from “living” athletes, musicians, retired generals, and fortune 500 CEOs that just don’t get you? If so, then try the zombie way! With Z.E.O.: A Zombie’s Guide to Getting A(Head) in Business, you can rise from the grave today and become the brains of your company in just twelve short months!

Whether it’s overcoming a missing limb or breaking through that stubborn barricade, Z.E.O. is perfect for fans of the zombie genre and for those just looking for an alternative to those tedious, ineffective business guides. This hilarious guide for the zombie-obsessed everywhere has more blood, guts, and messy gore than you can handle, including:

  • How to demand a zero-hour workweek
  • How to “lurch” forward in today’s desperate economy
  • Inspirational zombie-themed posters
  • How to take initiative like a zombie
  • How to use your brains and eat theirs
  • How to dead-icate yourself to business excellence
  • Zombie tips at the end of each chapter

Author Scott Kenemore also wrote Zen of Zombie: Better Living Through the Undead. He also drums in the ghoulish rock band, the Blissters.

ZEO: A Zombie's Guide to Getting A(head) in Business is available from Skyhorse publishing now. ISBN: 978-1-60239-648-7.



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