We did it! Escape from Cubicle Nation makes both Reader's/Editor's Choice Best Small Biz Book of 2009 lists!

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I am very thrilled to report that with your help, Escape from Cubicle Nation made both the Editor’s Choice and Reader’s Choice Best Small Business Book of 2009 lists at Small Business Trends!

I sincerely appreciate your voting, tweets, Facebook hurrahs, emails and encouragement.

The complete lists are here:

Reader’s Choice Best Small Business Books of 2009

Editor’s Choice Best Small Business Books of 2009

I stand behind my assertion that I have the nicest readers in the blogosphere.

Thank you all!

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17 Responses to “We did it! Escape from Cubicle Nation makes both Reader's/Editor's Choice Best Small Biz Book of 2009 lists!”

  1. John Sternal says:

    Excellent news! Congrats on making the lists.
    .-= John Sternal´s last blog ..Using Guerrilla Marketing On A Self-Published Book =-.

  2. Very happy and delighted for you!

    Awesome!

  3. Pam,
    Congratulations–you totally deserve it!! Well done. The award could not have gone to a better book–or human being:-).
    Keep up the great work. You inspire me!
    Lisa
    .-= Lisa Merlo-Booth´s last blog ..WOMEN CREATING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS: ARE YOU TEACHING OTHERS HOW TO TREAT YOU? =-.

  4. Woo hoo! Congrats, Pam! I believe 2010 is going to be an even bigger year for people who want to escape from cubicle nation!
    .-= Jason of Kim & Jason´s last blog ..What I Thought About While Shoveling Snow =-.

  5. fas says:

    Congratulations, very well deserved.
    .-= fas´s last blog ..Chevrolet Cruze Test Drive =-.

  6. Karen Hodges says:

    Congratulations. Nice to see that your work is being well received out in the world.
    .-= Karen Hodges´s last blog ..Finding Renewed Purpose even while being Up in the Air =-.

  7. Nate says:

    Congrats!! The book is excellent. So wonderful to hear that you are getting the recognition you deserve!
    .-= Nate´s last blog ..Are You Sleepwalking Through Life? =-.

  8. gina rudan says:

    This year as gifts I have decided to send your work of genius to all the aspiring entrepreneurs in my life. You deserve these awards and so much more for you are the “real deal” Pam. In gratitude for your mind share and contribution to us all, i send you lots of positive celebratory energy from Miami Beach today and always. XOX

  9. Laurie Foley says:

    I love giving your book to people who are ready for its message. The recognition is well-deserved. Congratulations, Pam!
    .-= Laurie Foley´s last blog ..Values-Driven Resolutions (and a worksheet, too!) =-.

  10. Andrea M. Tan says:

    Hi Pam,
    First reply here but been following your site for a few weeks. I loved your book, found your site, loving it more, so I voted too! It’s good to hear someone who has the same views and lovely writing – with your own sense of wit. It’s an inspiration when I’m just starting to take actual steps to plot my Escape from Cubicle Nation. 🙂

  11. Congrats to you – and to your dad who seems to get some of the credit in the book;) Great book – and deserving of where it is!
    .-= Dale Callahan´s last blog ..Reading List for the Entrepreneur of Tomorrow =-.

  12. Steve C says:

    Congrats Pam. I made sure to vote for your book. A timely message that many people especially appreciate. It’s not luck – it’s deserved recognition!

  13. Nick Smith says:

    Rock on! Thanks so much for all the help you’re giving to so many of us!
    .-= Nick Smith´s last blog ..Good Slides Take Time =-.

  14. Elana Carter says:

    Kudo’s Pam!

    The book is great. Well deserved.

  15. Well-deserved. Your hard work means the world to quite a few people.

  16. Hiro Boga says:

    That’s such wonderful news, Pam–your book deserves this recognition. I hope you’re celebrating with your family today!

    xo Hiro
    .-= Hiro Boga´s last blog ..There’s No Place Like Home. . .Creating the story of your business in 2010 =-.

  17. CathyD says:

    Congratulations, Pam! Your book rocks — and it’s how I found you and your people. Bought one for myself, and bought one for a friend.

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