Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination

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Penguin Group USA, 2011 - Business & Economics - 179 pages
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The acclaimed author of Ignore Everybody is back with more irreverent wisdom, wit, and original cartoons.

"It has never been easier to make a great living doing what you love. But to make it happen, first you need an EVIL PLAN. Everybody needs to get away from lousy bosses, from boring, dead-end jobs that they hate, and ACTUALLY start doing something they love, something that matters. Life is short." -Hugh MacLeod

Freud once said that in order to be truly happy people need two things: the capacity to work and the capacity to love. Evil Plans is about being able to do both at the same time. The sometimes unfortunate side effect is that others will hate you for it. MacLeod's insights are brash, wise, and often funny.

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This is a fun book and educational at the same time. - Goodreads
MacLeod's insights are brash, wise, and often funny. - Goodreads
For me, that is reading and writing. - Goodreads
Also, some of the advice I couldn't get behind. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Alfonso809 - LibraryThing

I have a confession to make some of you may be surprised about what Im about to say some may say that they already knew others may try to deny it! but I have to say this! IM EVIL! Im 100 ... Read full review

Review: Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination

User Review  - Bao Nguyen - Goodreads

A fairly interesting book. This is something that you might want to read to get you the motivation you need to start your own entrepreneurship. The book is laid out very clearly and the author ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Hugh MacLeod is a cartoonist and professional blogger known for his ideas about how Web 2.0 affects marketing. After a decade of working as an advertising copywriter, MacLeod started blogging at gapingvoid.com in 2001, publishing cartoons that he drew on the back of business cards in his spare time.

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