In one essential volume, here is all you need to know to master your career, your life, and when necessary, other weaker life forms.
©2003 Stanley Bing; (P)2003 HarperCollinsPublishers, Inc.
"Twenty years of columns by business humorist Bing from Fortune and Esquire add up to a very funny look at the contemporary executive." (Publishers Weekly)
I got this book after really enjoying "21 Dog Years : Doing Time @ Amazon.com" by Mike Daisey. Covering similar topics, Bing's first-person account of cubicle- and business-life is nevertheless self-absorbed and never truly pulled me. It's too bad that Bing's second chapter educates the listener on b.s.ing... otherwise I might have stayed with it a little longer!
The author relates his ideas of how corporate life works, and doesn't work - based on his experience. He uses a potty mouth to describe most of his experiences, and ends up ruining the whole tape with that and short insight.
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