A dose of daily of motivation with a dash of personal indictment, CareerPunk 's DAILY REVOLT will inspire, insult, and invigorate your appetite for success! This is not your typical career advice book. Raw, sarcastic, and to-the-point, Daily Revolt provides key insights for being better at work.
Tactical calls-to-action and original artwork with every page turn. IF YOU'RE LOOKING TO GET PROMOTED, this is the book for you. It's time for you to kick ass at work.
WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR:
Are you an entry-to-mid-level employee, new, existing, or aspiring people manager, or even a punk rocker with careerist tendencies? If so, these pages have been written and designed for you.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
- Straight-to-the-point career advice delivered clearly and concisely
- No-bullshit actionable tactics / strategies for immediate career growth
- Deeper exploration on topics, their importance, and step-by-step execution
- High-energy visual design for a fun and entertaining narrative
S. Hajizadeh on Amazon wrote:
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautifully illustrated and concise read for workers who want to better themselves!
There are countless business books on the market that require a solid time investment with unknown payback. This is why I enjoyed Daily Revolt which was concise, direct and punctuated with charming illustrations. The book caters towards new workforce entrants but contains practical and reasonable reminders for those who have been in the workforce for an extended period of time. The ROI as measured by insights retained/time invested is quite high.
Ian W. Davidson on Amazon wrote:
5.0 out of 5 stars Useful, interesting and witty!
I think everyone at every level should read this book if they have any ambition to progress and/or build a better work culture! I wish there a was manager version too!
5.0 out of 5 stars A fast, entertaining, and massively helpful read for those trying to navigate the corporate world
Daily revolt is an entertaining yet practical guide to the basics of how to perform in the workplace. The advice is spot on and should be required reading for anyone starting a career. The visual design cuts through in a way that contrasts completely with your average book about the corporate world. This is something you should put on your desk and refer to daily
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