Sometimes, the best advice comes from unexpected places.

Scott Adams is a cartoonist, but anyone who’s read his classic comic strip Dilbert knows he’s an expert in business and corporate culture. A sarcastic, controversial expert, but an expert nonetheless.

After repeated recommendations, we finally got around to reading Adams’ 2013 best-seller, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big. This book is unconventional, brimming with Adams’ frank, take-it-or-leave-it approach to understanding success. Love it or hate it, this book has as many valuable insights as hard opinions.

We have to recommend challenging your thinking by giving this book a read. Today, we discuss some of the book’s key takeaways, what makes it so appropriate for entrepreneurs, and how your attitude towards success can manifest real-world results. Click Play!

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