Everyone should have an Evil Plan

Evil Plans by HughI just completed a book that quickly found its way onto my “Essential Reading” list.
Evil Plans by my favorite cartoonist Hugh MacLeod puts life into perspective. It’s a jolt in the right direction and an inspiration to fulfill one’s potential.
Hugh has written a very readable, very direct, no-fuss book. Every short chapter has a punch in it flanked by relevant anecdotes and of course Hugh’s excellent cartoons.

Hugh is much more than a cartoonist. He spans many fields, and although he never mentions himself in the field of Philosophy, he is indeed a life philosopher. And his cartoons provide a perfect vehicle for conveying his views in the most succinct way.

Evil Plans is a great read, perfect for the vacation – to gear up for a new and refreshed You.

I guess I just completed writing my first book review 🙂

Drive

7 thoughts on “Everyone should have an Evil Plan

  1. Excellent choice!

    I hace sent this reference to my son, Vishal, who now boasts the title “VP Marketing, Grooveshark” under his name. I think he’ll love it.

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  2. We do not necessarily perceive what is “out there.” In fact, nobody really knows what is “out there.” We perceive only what our mind tells us.

    KHTK 3: PERCEPTION

    And that applies to any evil plan too. Hey! I am enjoying working on my blog!

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  3. Geir,

    First, happy Father’s Day (at least it is in the States).

    Second, I read the whole book today and it’s like Hugh MacLeod wrote it exclusively for me…..which, of course, he didn’t.

    I loved his overall intention of fulfilling our obligation to use our skills and assist the world in doing so, rather than wasting away in a cubicle.

    Great recommendation! I’m now a MacLeod fan.

    Thanks!

    Bryan

  4. When copywriters write books, they are almost always hit you right between the eyes with a setting maul. They are typically short, life-zapping and leave you dazed with clarity.

    “Evil Plans” does all that.

    I haven’t read his first book though.

    Evil Plans twins well with “The Four Hour Work Week” by Tim Ferris.

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