October 20, 2019

#BookReview: I Wanted Fries With That by @amyfishwrites @NewWorldLibrary


Synopsis: At some point in our lives, we’ve all experienced a small injustice — a restaurant botching our lunch order, a business not returning our calls, or a fellow airline passenger squashing us by moving his seat back — and suffered in silence for fear of offending anyone. When we fail to speak up, however, we end up shortchanging ourselves. In I Wanted Fries with That, Amy Fish encourages readers to stand up for themselves by complaining effectively. In her career as a university ombudsman, Fish has dealt with thousands of complaints — some trivial, some serious — and gained actionable insights about what works and what doesn’t. Her suggestions will appeal to anyone who wants to speak up and isn’t sure where to start, including managers navigating workplace disputes, couples who argue about the same things over and over, and even someone with a friend with bad breath. Illustrating her points with funny real-life stories, Fish reveals pragmatic methods to redress grievances with civility, honesty, and fairness for everyone involved — whether you’re trying to right the wrongs of the world or just claim the French fries you ordered.
About the Author: As ombudsman at Concordia University in Montreal, Amy Fish resolves complaints from students, faculty, and staff. She has written for the Huffington Post CanadaReader’s Digest, and the Globe and Mail and appeared on CBC Marketplace and CTV News. She lives in Montreal.

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟
My Review: If you're looking for something to know how to deal with complaints in a fun way then check out this title.  It was full of humor and some very great tips!  With solutions given in a fun way you will laugh your way to getting what you want and how you want it.  I really think that this book is for everyone!  If you deal with customer service etc then pick this one up! 




“Amy provides a smile on every page.”
— Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court justice, about The Art of Complaining Effectively by Amy Fish

“Fish’s how-to guide for effective complaining is effervescent with a breezy sense of humor . . . a blueprint to getting what you need with the right words and a delicate touch.”
— Booklist

“Readers looking for advice on raising concerns effectively will find this guide to be a valuable tool.”
— Publishers Weekly
“Amy Fish is laugh-out-loud funny, and her words carry an important message: we need to stand up not only for ourselves but for everyone in line behind us. I found myself nodding feverishly in agreement. I wish I had read this twenty years earlier so I could have imparted more of this information to my children. It is so sensible.”
— Nancy Spielberg, producer, Playmount Productions
“Self-improvement has never been easier or more enjoyable, engaging, amusing, and effective. Amy Fish delivers clear-cut instructions with passion and wit, teaching even the most reluctant complainers how to speak up for themselves. You’ll laugh your way to a stronger, better you.”
— Lara Lillibridge, bestselling author of Mama, Mama, Only Mama: An Irreverent Guide for the Newly Single Parent









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