You Haven't Earned the Right to Have Fun Yet: Essays from the 21st Century Working World

Narrated by: James VanOsdol
Length: 51 mins
Categories: Biographies & Memoirs
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Publisher's Summary

Being a working adult never gets any easier. 

Chicago radio personality James VanOsdol was once told by an employer, "You haven't earned the right to have fun yet". It was a statement about his status in the company that came to symbolize the more dramatic soul-crushing aspects of the modern workplace.

In this funny, accidentally motivational, and highly listenable new book, VanOsdol recounts his own successes and failures in the job market, stopping along the way to share mood-appropriate playlists to run on your streaming platform of choice.

From job interviews that involved complex math problems to interviewing with hiring managers fresh out of college, there's a chance you may recognize your own situation in You Haven't Earned the Right to Have Fun Yet.

©2018 James VanOsdol (P)2018 James VanOsdol

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Quick and informative.

Good info from someone who has been where they say they have been. A quick listen that doesn't mess around.