In one essential volume, here is all you need to know to master your career, your life, and when necessary, other weaker life forms.
"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!
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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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