Sunday, January 27, 2013

Everyone is an Expert

“A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world.” —JOHN LE CARRÉ

I started to work full-time in the "business" world in 2004 and have accumulated some pet peeves about life in an office since then. My favorite television show is "The Office" and I enjoy the Dilbert comics as well but commenting on the quirks and oddities of working in a business environment seems to make the days more enjoyable. You have to have a sense of humor about life; the alternative is to just complain about it and no one wants to be around a whiner. This blog and associated YouTube channel are meant to laugh at the white collar world and more importantly, to laugh at myself. I invite you to laugh with me.

I'm amazed at how many experts the internet has created since it's invention by Al Gore. There are people who blog about dogs because they watched their neighbor's dog one weekend in the 90's and they now know enough about dogs to blog about them daily. You will hear me refer to my master's degree and neck tie in my videos as the only source of my expertise. In addition to making fun of the business world, this whole blog and video experiment is also a little jab at how easy it is to be an expert these days. You just need a computer and a phone line; thank you Al Gore!

CLICK HERE to view my first video that pokes fun at people who drop the post-nominal letters after their names a little too freely.



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