For the first couple of days nothing happened and nobody worried, but after that things became more and more uncomfortable, until eventually the whole body had to submit to its new ruler. From that day forth all humankind has been subject to arseholes. A prime illustration of this is Paul Arden's short book Whatever you think think the opposite, an alternative title for which could have been How to be an Arsehole.
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Whatever You Think Think the Opposite
No preview available - 2006
Illustrated throughout, 'Whatever You Think Think The Opposite' looks at life the wrong way in a bid to explain the benefits of making wrong decisions.
Logic and common sense have a habit of leading us to the same conclusions. If you are going to make your mark on the world you have to start thinking differently. To think differently you have to think illogically. Whatever You Think Think The Opposite looks at life the wrong way in a bid to explain the benefits of making wrong decisions.