Bookshelves are so overflowing with tomes on how to succeed, it's remarkable that Corporate America is not yet an idyllic utopia. It's even harder to believe that striving for success has led to the stunning display of mediocrity that surrounds us at work, yet here we are... so perhaps striving to fail will actually help us get ahead?
How to Self-Destruct is the wisdom of the WWII and Baby Boomer generations, packaged for the savvy, skeptical, and hungry Gens X & Y. Its executive-strength, professional development content is for those of us who were weaned on Sesame Street, raised with the Simpsons, and who get our news from Jon Stewart. It's for everyone who looks around and says, "If we're going to get better, we're going to need to change our approach... and all the better if that approach is entertaining, because I bore easily."