The Seven Habits of Highly Ineffective People: Low-effort Lessons in Mismanaging for Success
In "The Seven Habits of Highly Ineffective People," author (in the most casual sense) Herman Minor IV presents a half-baked yet proven, easy approach to thriving in today's frenetic and demanding work environment, without the pain of actually working. With obvious - but all-too-often ignored - insights and telling real-life case studies, Minor reveals the path to true success - the maximization of income at the same time as the minimization of effort.
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