Book Reviews, Editorials

[MUST READ] – The Dilbert Principle

“A Cubicle’s Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads & Other Workplace Afflictions”

These days it seems like any idiot with a laptop computer can churn out a
business book and make a few bucks. That’s certainly what I’m hoping. It
would be a real letdown if the trend changed before this masterpiece goes
to print.
As some of you may know, my main profession is cartooning. It’s a challenge
for a cartoonist to write a whole book. Cartoonists are trained to be
brief. Everything I’ve learned in my entire life can be boiled down to a
dozen bullet points, several of which I’ve already forgotten. Continue reading “[MUST READ] – The Dilbert Principle”


3 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From College Football

College football season has, at long last returned, and that means that many Americans will be following their favorite teams trials and tribulations on a weekly basis. I know that I will. Anyone who knows me understands that there are two things that get me going:growing my company and Arizona State University Sun Devil football. Continue reading “3 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From College Football”


Rebounding From Failure: Pages From A Struggling Entrepreneur’s Life

I am a below-average entrepreneur. I might even call myself a bad entrepreneur, but that would not be an objective analysis of my career performance so far.

An entrepreneur is always dependent on a large chain of events to come through in a specific time frame to ensure survival. And while most of these can be nudged or nurdled in the direction required, it often comes apart at the seams. Continue reading “Rebounding From Failure: Pages From A Struggling Entrepreneur’s Life”