If you’re young, or merely masochistic, you may be considering a career in corporate America.
In light of the self-destructive nature of this decision, you would be right to wonder, “Am I stupid? What if I’m not smart enough to make it in the corporate world?”
If you suffer these misgivings, you are definitely over-thinking the situation, which is a habit you will have to cease if you are to succeed in a hierarchical organization.
The truth is that although some individuals are too smart to participate in corporate life, very few people are too stupid to receive admission into the hallowed halls of business.
How do these less than stellar intellectual performers survive life in the cubical farm?
They fake it, and you can too.
That’s right, with proper training and guidance, you too can simulate sufficient levels of intelligence to begin your journey to the exciting quagmire of middle management.
This is where my good friend (cough, couch, where’s my check) Karl Wolfbrooks Ager can help. At his site Faking Smart you can learn the skills you need to appear capable, competent and promotion-worthy.
Simply soak up his sage advice and before you know it you’ll be looking and acting smarter than you even realize.
What are you waiting for, all the manifold joys of the burgeoning business bureaucracy await you.
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The previous is an unpaid promotion, based on my enjoyment of the Faking Smart blog.
But, if you are in the market to have some hyperbole-rich copy written for publication elsewhere, I would be happy to take your money.
Delighted, in fact.