Saturday, February 03, 2007

Evil as a Key to Career Satisfaction

This blog post has relocated to a book, The WiseWorking Handbook. Please visit it there.  

Purchase a copy at Balboa Press ( 

For signed copies, reach me at 

Thanks in advance for reading the book and spreading the word about it.

Finally, please rate it at,,, and other websites where books are sold and reviewed. 

What readers are saying:

"The WiseWorking Handbook is written in a down to earth, engaging style.” - Bud Bulanich

"Get this book. Read it. Keep it handy for when you need a little inspiration or some solid advice on how to work wisely and increase your value at work.” - Bud Bulanich

1 comment:

Trufully Speakin' said...

I am unhappy because I have found my evil to war against. Ignorance and ugliness. Perpetuation of the evil that came before and loss of the excellence that came long before, and closely followed said evil. Loss of identity and a sense of angry helplessness by my brothers and sisters in the racial sense. The need for an identity that drives division instead of understanding and celebration of differences or preferences rather than false superiority or elitism. I struggle against many things, the greatest would probably be all of the great evils that come from ignorance of history and fact (as well as separating fact from fiction and emotion) and lack of good communication. Both of which are worldwide and all throughout history.