Dilbert's Guide To Finding Happiness At The Expense Of Your Co-Workers
"Happiness isn't a physical thing, like walls and doors. But it's closely related. Managers know that if they can eliminate all traces of happiness, the employees won't be so picky about their physical surroundings. Once you're hopelessly unhappy, you won't bother to complain if your boss rolls you up in a tight ball and crams you into a cardboard box."
In this book, Scott Adams tells you how to find happiness at the expense of your co-workers, managers, customers, and - best of all - those lazy stockholders. He then teaches you his top-secret methods of mining humour out of ordinary situations, thus making it easier to mock the people around you.
'You can produce sounds in the office that will drive your co-workers insane. That can be very entertaining. Every co-worker is different, so you might have to experiment to find the sounds that are the most annoying to your cubicle neighbor. It's worth the effort.'
- Publication Date:
- 16 / 07 / 2001
- 171 x 222 x 32mm