"The A**hole Survival Guide" Teaches Us The Art Of Avoiding Apples


Apples are everywhere.

They're in our lunches.  They're in our refrigerators.  They're in our supermarkets.

They are everywhere.

(Wait... That's the wrong apple.  My bad, I forgot we use that as a code word.  Let me try again...)

Apples are everywhere.

They're in our workplaces.  They're in our gyms.  They're in our supermarkets (it still applies..).

They are everywhere.

Luckily, there is now something you can do about it.  Well, to an extent.

Obviously, you can't force people to stop being apples, but you can learn how to manage them and keep them from negatively impacting your life.

The answers all lie within "The A**hole Survival Guide."

"The A**hole Survival Guide" is a book by Robert Sutton, a Stanford University psychology professor, that teaches you how to deal with the apples in your personal life.

Whether you are good or bad at it already, Sutton says this book helps you learn how to be even better at managing the apples in your life.

"One of the simplest - but admittedly hardest - things you can do is simply learn not to give a s***.  Not giving a s*** takes the wind out of an a**hole's sails," Sutton says.

You can check out this book and Sutton's other works on Amazon

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