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Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination [Format Kindle]

Hugh MacLeod
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The acclaimed author of Ignore Everybody is back with more irreverent wisdom, wit, and original cartoons.

"It has never been easier to make a great living doing what you love. But to make it happen, first you need an EVIL PLAN. Everybody needs to get away from lousy bosses, from boring, dead-end jobs that they hate, and ACTUALLY start doing something they love, something that matters. Life is short." -Hugh MacLeod

Freud once said that in order to be truly happy people need two things: the capacity to work and the capacity to love. Evil Plans is about being able to do both at the same time. The sometimes unfortunate side effect is that others will hate you for it. MacLeod's insights are brash, wise, and often funny.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 My evil plan 8 décembre 2012
Par Andrea
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This is a really good and iteresting book, since i started reading it i started thinking about myself and about what want i do!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ask yourself why 22 février 2011
Par Scott Barstow - Publié sur
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Why do you do what you do? It's the question you will be forced to answer while you are reading this book. Just like 'Ignore Everybody', Hugh's first book, I found this book to be the kind of reading that wakes you up and makes you ask ( and hopefully answer ) the tough questions.

If I were to summarize Evil Plans in 100 words or less, it would be something like this:

Q: Why do you do what you do?
A: To make money so that I can do the things I really want to do

Q: Why not just do the thing you really want to do?
A: Umm... err.. gasp... cough I can't afford to / I'm not good enough / I don't know how / My friends will think I am an idiot

Q: What would it take to make it so you could do that which you love, and that which you are uniquely able to do?
A: (silence)

That's where your Evil Plan begins.

Buy this book. Then keep reading it once a week on the journey to doing what you love.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Fast Food Professional Advice 30 mars 2011
Par Robert S. Costic - Publié sur
The book is kind of like fast food. It was apparently easy to make, it's easy to read, and while it may feel good at the time its quality is dubious. We have a 170-page book filled with two page chapters and a lot of pages consisting entirely of two-by-three inch cartoons with bumper sticker phrases such as "Love doesn't have a purpose; love is a purpose."

While the book doesn't have a lot of content, we do get some interesting insights about the author. He lives in a rural area in west Texas. He's working on ten projects at any given time. He works constantly, often taking conference calls from 7am until late into the night. He doesn't find time to watch television or take vacations. He apparently doesn't have a family, and in an aside he admits that he doesn't really have time for a relationship. And yet he boasts about his life as if it is not only the best way to live, but that it will be the only way we will be able to live in the future.

I don't doubt that this author has found some success with his projects. But judging with my eyes the quality of his drawings and book, along with how he describes his life, he doesn't really convince me that he is much of a role model or that his advice has much merit.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Nothing new or overly helpful 25 février 2011
Par DCG - Publié sur
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Pretty much the same info as all the other books out here trying to motivate people to follow their passion. The book features a few bits of valuable advice, but mostly is about things that are common sense. Also, Hugh focuses pretty heavily on quoting other people's advice, rather than providing his own. I wanted to like the book, but honestly did not get much useful information out of it.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't bother if you're a regular reader of his blog. 15 mars 2011
Par S. Lukasavitz - Publié sur
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As a long-time reader of Hugh MacLeod's blog Gaping Void, I should have known what to expect going into this book, as it's more or less a compilation of his blog entries and cartoons. I was disappointed, though, because I was expecting more original content that I had not already read. Also, the reader should understand that MacLeod's "Evil Plan" philosophy is essentially a theory based on his own experience being miserable in his corporate job and deciding to go out on his own, making money off his blog and selling his artwork through it. While there's nothing wrong with that, the overall tone seems to imply that his way of life is the only way one can possibly be happy and is the only way anyone should live. Frankly, I found that arrogant, as many people like to work in corporate cultures and thrive in them. To each his own, I suppose, but I found this book disappointing, arrogant, and extremely one-sided.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Juicy goodness 17 février 2011
Par Seth Godin - Publié sur
Hugh's books are miracles of humor, insight and provocation.

You don't read them because you have to, you read them because you want to. Page, page, page you keep turning the pages, excited, aghast, inspired and ready to make a difference.

That's a lot for your $15.
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