How to Ruin Your Life

Front Cover
Hay House, 2002 - Humor - 110 pages
1 Review
How to Ruin Your Life is a powerful self-help tool in the form of a work of humor. It is sardonic advice, presented with tongue in cheek, explaining how people can 'ruin' their lives. The essays cover topics such as 'Convince Yourself That You're All That Matters,' Think the Worst of Everyone,' 'Pour Salt on Those Wounds,' and 'You Can Change People.' Seriously, though, to anyone who reads this book, it is an earnest warning about falling into traps of self-destructive behavior that can ruin any man or woman's life. More than that, it comprises 35 steps that - if read and understood - provide a road map to making life work in the most effective way possible. It is humor and self-help all in one, delivered by Ben Stein, a man who has witnessed more than his share of people who did ruin their lives - as well as those whose lives have been wildly successful.

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review  -

A great book for teens and up who need to take charge of their attitude and time. It points out all the ways to ruin a life from not saving money to never keeping any order in their rooms or personal ... Read full review

Other editions - View all

References to this book

About the author (2002)

Ben Stein is a lawyer, economist, writer, actor, teacher, and former game-show host (his show Win Ben Stein's Money won seven Emmys)

Bibliographic information