My new book “The Sinner’s Guide to Career Planning: How to Survive the Open-Office Apocalypse, Outsmart Stupid Management Fads, and Avoid Extra Work” is now available. This brilliantly insightful work of profound wisdom expands on topics that deserve to be ridiculed in greater detail for the safety and protection of human dignity in modern office environments. And by ridiculed I mean subjected to subversively wry, wickedly funny, and scornfully mocking humor.
Sometimes, the motorcycle of progress gets stuck in the mud of history. Just ask the commander of Operation Torch.
How a 20-foot-pillar of fire in my backyard made me want a job title with more swagger.
We are wayfarers in the cosmos, which means a lot of seemingly unrelated pieces have to come together in the right pattern before life starts to have a shape that makes sense.
These days, when a man saunters into a polite establishment without wearing a mask, everyone knows there might be trouble.
The most important part of choosing a career path is deciding what kind of mess you want to step in, not how much you want to get paid for stepping in it.
The future is a lying psychopath, so don’t walk alone in dark foggy woods after sniffing model glue. I’m pretty sure that’s what I learned from studying the predictions of experts who build forecasting models.