Larry Winget – It’s Called Work For a Reason
Author: Larry Winget
Size: 408 MB
With a writing style best described as full-throttle rant, the host of the A&E reality show Big Spender reveals the naked truth about careers, the employer/employee relationship, management skills, productivity and pay.
Declaring at the outset that “there will be parts of this book you won’t like,” while daring readers to continue, Winget (Shut Up, Stop Whining & Get a Life) sets a high threshold for delivering a likable, useful book that will educate and promote behavioral changes. Yet he delivers. His brutal frankness about what’s wrong with how businesses—big and small—operate offers a refreshing contrast to other career counseling and management books—even the gray area of ethics is delivered in black and white.
In a section titled “What Happened to You?” he reminds readers of what it means to accept a job: “No work—no pay. No work—no job.” Companies, as he repeatedly stresses, exist to make a profit, not to make their employees happy or feel fulfilled. Winget’s advice is solid: delivering results is the most fulfilling career move one can make.
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