This is a satirical take on relationship self-help books and get-rich-quick guides designed to make you laugh and to raise awareness about the complex motivations and social dynamics behind men's latent self-destructive tendencies to give up everything for a girl with a pretty smile and dimples. On the other hand, it is also a get-rich-quick guide for women on the fine art of breaking down a man's defenses to max out his credit cards and liquidate his whole net worth.
"Sometimes the best comedy are unsavory truths"
Bargepole Management is a business self-help book that breaks the mold—it’s not about improving yourself or achieving success through your own skills and merits, instead, it posits the theory of how managing information and perceptions of yourself through the “bargepole” system and approach can help you succeed regardless of how good (or bad) you are at your job.
"Don't get bargepoled. Save your money."
Unceremoniously dumped by his fiancée, Mitch moves to London for what is to be an 18-month wild ride with bad decisions and extreme characters. While he's under siege by obnoxious bosses and maneuvering a barrage of advances from men and women of all ages, Mitch's intimate confessions and musings are simultaneously delightful and embarrassing. He may lack principles and have a complete disregard for consequences, and he's not easy to like - but he's entirely entertaining.
"Lively, Honesty, and Passionate Wirting!"
The most dominant and technically advanced civilizations throughout history have all prospered by creating extreme power differentials between a ruling elite and masses of workers, to increase productivity and cost efficiency. This is in contrast to how, the greater the concern for fairness and transparency, the more restricted the output from laborers appears to be. Access to cheap, controllable, and interchangeable labor is as critical to the success of corporations and nations today as it was in earlier eras.
Why do most men inevitably stray on their path of pursuing happiness? No man starts out thinking that his life will one day consist of listening to a nagging wife and cheap entertainment. How can a man maintain the levels of joy, excitement, and curiosity that he experienced in his childhood and into his early 20s? These are the core questions explored and answered in this audiobook.