Everyone can relate to hating their job at one point in life. It's part of the human experience. Jonny and Cory Fowler have talked to many people who have felt like this through the years. They have learned that people in this state have some very specific habits, situations, and factors in common that they want to illuminate for you in their new book, and their only book as brothers, Don’t Fly the Cubicle. The good news is that the people who have felt the most helpless about their jobs have also learned that job enjoyment is within their control. Through their many years of leading teams and scaling and running businesses, Jonny and Cory learned a lot about what it takes to manage a successful team. The most important aspect they learned was that a happy employee understands their happiness is within their power. All of these years of leading also taught them there are different solutions that can be applied to the most common solutions facing employees today, such as what to do when the spark of loving your job is gone, how to work with difficult people, how to adapt to changing technologies, what your direct reports are really paying attention to, and more. Every chapter in Don’t Fly the Cubicle is designed to help you overcome a particularly challenging situation so you can either decide to find the renewed strength within yourself to keep going or you can finally decide to fly that cubicle. Jonny and Cory both hope that you will find the content within these pages valuable and that you can apply their experience and wisdom to your working life to improve it. Beyond improving it, they also hope you find everything you are looking for in your working life to finally feel fulfilled. Your working relationship with yourself and others is intensely personal. Only you can decide what you need to get out of your job and who you want to work with. Don’t Fly the Cubicle is your guide to not only learn what you need in life, but it help you chart the best direction for your career possible. Enjoy, Don’t Fly the Cubicle, and make sure that at the end of the business day, you always do what’s best for you and follow your heart.