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Jason Seiden : How to Self-Destruct: Making the Least of What's Left of Your Career

Author: Jason Seiden
Title: How to Self-Destruct: Making the Least of What's Left of Your Career
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Published in: English
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Date: 2008-04-01
ISBN: 0979943108
Publisher: Trestle Publishing
Weight: 0.45 pounds
Size: 5.0 x 6.9 x 0.7 inches
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'This book is a winner. Jason Seiden is a winner. He s a thinker and a writer who can bring you to both duh! and AHA! at the same moment. Nobody wants to self-destruct. But many people do. Get your 16 ounces of prevention by buying this book today.' --Jeffrey Gitomer, author, The Sales Bible

You say, I want to make it to the top! I say, Why would you want that?

That kind of success requires personal growth. Personal growth is difficult, stressful, and risky. Put those adjectives in front of anything else and you'd run away as fast as you could!

How about an alternative form of success that requires no practice, no soul-searching, and no behavioral change whatsoever? Sounds too good to be true? It s not! It's called self-destruction, and you're probably already familiar with it. But do you know how to achieve it? With Jason Seiden's expert advice, you too can learn to:

  • Marginalize yourself at work, whether you re in an entry-level position or a swanky corner office
  • Promote mediocrity while squelching outstanding performance
  • Use technology to your disadvantage
  • Destroy old relationships and prevent new ones from forming

For safety's sake, the treatment of each topic also includes the strategies of those misguided fools who still choose success, so you know what not to do. How to Self-Destruct is a definitive collection of surefire, up-to-the-minute failure tactics that can bring you down from any height. Because when you set out to fail, you're guaranteed to win!

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