For good or bad, most of my reading involves business-related books.  For some reason I decided to buy a book written by the Dilbert creator Scott Adams.  No regrets.

Granted he gets off on some tangents late in the book that he admits might make people think he’s gone off the edge, but hey, if it works for him …

I just thought a lot of his "advice" was right on relative to my own experience.  Perhaps that’s somewhat because both of us worked in corporate America, then became  independent professionals.  Regardless, if you want some light reading, you might try it.

Title of the book is:

"How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life"