Inner World Press Announces the Book Release of 16 Mondays-for people who hate their jobs

Top Quote Launching Labor Day of 2011 to celebrate the individuals that the message is intended for, 16 Mondays-for people who hate their jobs is Dr. Akilah t'Zuberi's second book-a call to awaken the unlimited power and potential of a change in perspective. End Quote
  • Philadelphia, PA-NJ (1888PressRelease) August 25, 2011 - Set to officially release on Labor Day, September 5, 2011, 16 Mondays-for people who hate their jobs, is an instructional and inspirational guide to experiencing joy in the workplace. In this easy to read manual, Dr. Akilah t'Zuberi guides her readers through 16 weeks of mind clearing and thought focusing exercises. These exercises are designed to address the unsustainable emotion of misery in the workplace environment, suggesting a step by step way to eliminate it. Copies of 16 Mondays-for people who hate their jobs can be purchased for $13.95 at the book signings, as well as online at, and An e-book will also be available September 5th at for $8.95.

    According to data found by Dr. t'Zuberi the average worker spends over 83,000 hours of their life working. For the majority of workers around the world, these are not happy hours. Unhappiness and misery translate into lost productivity, absenteeism, low morale and conflict resolution. The cost to employers and businesses globally is in the billions; even worse, creativity is stifled. Creativity, that Dr. t'Zuberi believes is "critical to solve many of the world's problems". 16 Mondays suggests that the workplace can become a center of enlightenment when workplace relationships are viewed from an alternative perspective.

    "Most workers are dissatisfied with their pay; they are unhappy with the work they do. They see their jobs as unfulfilling, and even demeaning. The conflict between workers, workers and management and conflicts in management are costing the global community billions of dollars each year. However, the real conflict is not in the workplace, and until the source is addressed, the call for a global shift in consciousness remains unanswered, and the conflict, which brought the need for a shift into awareness, intensifies", Author, Dr. Akilah t'Zuberi.

    Immediately following the launch of 16 Mondays-for people who hate their jobs Dr. Akilah t'Zuberi will set out on a ten city book tour including Robin's Bookstore in Philadelphia September 12th at 7pm, Origo Books in Toronto, Canada October 15 at 5pm, The Quest Bookshop in New York, NY October 30 at 2pm and more. For more information and an updated list of Book Tour dates please visit

    About the Author
    Dr. Akilah t'Zuberi is an author, metaphysician and visual artist. She lives in Philadelphia, Pa. Her studies and writings focus on the shift in consciousness and the revolution in the thought. Akilah spends most of her time studying and writing on shifting consciousness, making art, and researching various ways to set in motion community initiatives that support or promote the well-being of all humanity. "While the global shift in consciousness is mandatory, it must be initiated, on a personal level, by a singular-internal shift."

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