Before he got a job at Esquire and before he became the etiquette columnist at Entrepreneur magazine, Ross McCammon was staring out a second floor window at a parking lot in suburban Dallas wondering if it was five oclock yet. One phone call from Esquire changed everything. This is McCammons honest, funny, and entertaining journey from impostor to authoritya story that begins with periods of debilitating workplace anxiety but leads to rich insights and practical advice from a guy who still remembers what its like to feel entirely ill-equipped for professional success. McCammon points out the workplace for what it is: an often absurd landscape of ego and fear guided by social rules that no one ever talks about. He offers a mix of enlightening and often self-deprecating personal stories about his experience and clear, practical advice on getting the small things rightskills that often go unacknowledgedfrom shaking a hand to conducting a business meeting in a bar to navigating a work party. Works Well with Others is an inspirational new way of looking at your job, your career, and success itself. It is an accessible guide for those of us who are smart, talented, and ambitious but dont quite feel prepared for success or know what to do once weve made it.