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New York, NY (PRWEB) March 20, 2015
So many people dread commuting in New York, but Alice Rutkowski, Ph.D. and frequent commuter wants people to reevaluate their feelings about commuting. She is known for her uncanny ability to quickly read people and respond to them, and as a local New Yorker spends quite a bit of her time commuting. Known for her warmth and humor, Alice wants to transform the way New Yorkers view their traveling experiences in order to bring more happiness into their everyday lives.
In her new book, Exit 8A: Tales of a New York Commuter, launching July 21, 2015 through Next Century Publishing. Alice shares a collection of eighteen inspiring and true short stories about her own commuting experience. These stories will help you breathe life into even the most mundane and tedious journey, showing how you can change your mindset with commuting and ultimately enjoy your time. Reading this at home, at work, or even on your own commute will likely help you find your own stories!
Alice also encourages people to visit her website and share their own “Commuting Story” with her in the Share tab, found at http://www.alicerutkowski.com/share/. She might even use these stories in an upcoming project!
Exit 8A: Tales of a New York Commuter can be preordered at http://www.alicerutkowski.com/product/exita8/ as well as through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books a Million, or Indie Bound. It is an inspiring read not only for those looking to get into a better mindset for their commute but also for anyone looking to find a little positivity in their everyday life.
Dr. Rutkowski is an entrepreneur, speaker, and performance coach with an expertise in body language. She is known for her warmth and humor and has been featured on radio, television and in newspaper articles.