In this hilarious new book, Scott Adams introduces the Weasel Zone -- the giant gray area between good moral behavior and outright criminality. It's where your coworkers, bosses, salespeople, CEOs, human resource executives, hotel clerks, home repair people, and loved ones reside.
In twenty-seven compelling chapters, Scott reveals the secrets of these slippery characters: how to recognize them, how they operate, how to stop them in their tracks -- and how you, too, can become a weasel.
You'll learn the best practice weasel methods for avoiding work, besting coworkers, and hiding your incompetence. To enhance your personal life, you'll find precise instructions for training your spouse to become your remote-controlled robot, whining like a weasel no matter how good your life is (even if you're a bestselling author!) and using Weaseleze, the official tounge of weasels, to conceal your meaning and confuse your enemies.
Read by Scott Adams
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Scott Adams is the creator of Dilbert, the comic strip that now appears in 1,550 newspapers worldwide. His first two hardcover business books, The Dilbert Principle and Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook, have sold more than two million copies and have appeared on the New York Times bestseller list for a combined total of sixty weeks.From AudioFile:
Sometimes laugh-out-loud funny and always irreverent, this presentation deflates every ego in sight with a wry and goofy read by Dilbert's creator. The corporate world is his main target, but anyone--and everyone--is game. Self-deprecating and occasionally using material that becomes laughable only at the last moment, Adams is a tightrope-walking jester having a fine time with us and himself. True to his weasel roots, Dilbert never actually makes an appearance on the recording. But for a refreshingly original laugh-fest you'll want to share with anyone possessing a job or a pulse, listen and learn THE WAY OF THE WEASEL. D.J.B. © AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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