This book is an honest look into opportunities and the real picture of corporate America.
Most jobs suck for many factors. Let me ask you: Have you ever worked at a company that had horrible management? The kind of manager that had no idea what was happening, yet he kept his job? The corporate world has become a common dumping ground for the “it wasn’t me” businessperson. No one wants to be accountable for their actions anymore or the results – well, unless they’re good results.
This is the best book you’ll listen to this year. Now the book, Jobs Suck, is properly named. I’m giving you a real brutal look at the ridiculous circumstances most of the world has to endure to support their families. There is an insane amount of nutjob bosses.
Incompetent managers in the workplace are a modern-day epidemic, and it’s out of control. I truly believe as human beings we aren’t meant to spend our earthly existences in a cubicle. It’s unnatural. Hey, people protest that having animals in zoos is not natural, yet you want and expect me to sit in a small box most of my days, doing some repetitive, unfulfilling, and mundane task? I think not.
In Jobs Suck, we look at the current realty of our modern society, and we get into real-world, real-time solutions for the person who knows that he wants and deserves more. Hey, if you love cube life or being micromanaged, this may not be the book for you. This isn’t for everybody.
If you like 30-minute lunches and having five days off per year, please stop reading; this isn’t for you, my friend. Go check out a book in the stress management section or a cookbook in the 30-minute meals quick-fix section. But if you like the idea of having more control over your income, listen on.
It’s a big, beautiful world out there. I can’t express that enough. There are literally tons of opportunities. You’re an adult, and I intended to see that you are professionally treated like one. No more asking to take a pee break.
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