From this classic tome, learn everything you need to know to land the corner office. First published in 1952, this guide inspired the beloved Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, which returned to Broadway in 2011 in a production that starred Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette. How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is essential reading for the ambitious and the lazy alike.
Did you know that you can be stupid, incompetent and even moderately repulsive and still make a a fortune in television? It's done every day! Did you know that you can be a cowboy star without knowing how to ride a horse? That you can earn more than the president of a network merely by knowing how to open a refrigerator door? And that you can be a famous news commentator without knowing anything but how to sound worried? These and many more television careers await you, all described with loving detail....
From this classic audiobook, learn everything you need to know to succeed with women without really trying First published in 1957, this guide is a timeless and humorous manual for men of all ages who seek to become irresistible to women.
"Directions for all men and the women who love us."
From the author of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying comes...A confidential manual prepared as part of a survival kit for Americans living in Britain, showing how to get rich in England, how to rise quickly and easily to the top of British society, examining the blessings, foibles, and weaknesses of British life, and providing the reader with his just share of wealth, warmth, wisdom, and happiness.
Shepherd Mead's hilarious and timely Male Manifesto takes a fresh look at the issues and perils of the coming sexual war and exhorts his comrades-in-arms to rally 'round this book, boys, in one of the most delightfully chauvinistic satires to come along in years.
Es gibt zwei Arten von Frauen, meint Shepherd Mead, solche, die ausführen, was man ihnen sagt (vor allem, was ein Mann ihnen sagt), und solche, die Karriere machen. Die Heldin dieses Buches gehört zu den letzteren. Dennoch ist sie kein sexumwittertes, männervertilgendes Carreer-girl, sondern eher ein ganz neuer Typ von Femme fatale, der mit bestgeschärften Waffen hellwach und mühelos den Weg nach oben erklimmt.
From the author of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, this is the story of women becoming inexplicably pregnant. And it happens to every type of woman, regardless of race or creed, from nuns to lesbians.
It happened to Beauford Abel's wife. With her, a perfume tester called; one of his more exotic samples made her black out for a split second. At least, she thought it was a split second.... When Beauford eventually figures out what's going on, he plays amateur sleuth. But instead of finding sex maniacs, he finds brainy apes planning to invade the Earth.
Who is 'ER? What is she? A medieval beauty whose likeness was carved on a brass burial plate back in the 14th century.... Switch to the 1960s. The lady is still snugly interred at the bottom of what is now an English garden attached to a rented house in the sleep town of Poke-on-Thames. Along comes a schoolteacher/archaeology buff fresh out of St. Louis, Missouri, who exhumes her from a bed of dahlia corms. The discovery - a rare and valuable find - sets off a chain of events that shatters the town's perennial tranquility to its staid foundations.
"Let this be a warning..."
There are two kinds of women who work, says Shepherd Mead, author of How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying and How to Get Rich in TV without Really Trying. One is the Working Girl, the handmaiden of business: She does what men tell her to do - she types, totes coffee, gripes in her cubicle. The other kind is the Career Girl: She thinks like a man, acts like a woman, and can soon end up in a four-window office making more money than anybody. Marie Frale, new employee at American Household Products, hadn't put many carbons in backward before she got the point.
In this challenging book, the author of the celebrated best-selling book How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying (which inspired the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical), provides a daring and amusing antidote to those Doomsday prophets who believe that man is destined to destroy himself and planet earth. Shepherd Mead quickly proves that "natural" isn't necessarily good; demonstrates how to use "population" against people (or just how many can we stand?); and much, much more.