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With Earn Your MBA on the Toilet, the Kasper Hauser Continuing Education Academy offers readers a complete business education, on subjects ranging from Accounting to Widgets to Business Ethics to Ethical Pickles. Why spend $100,000 and two years on an MBA when you can simply read this book? Written for the busy professional, the unemployed CEO, or the motivated alcoholic, this incredible course condenses thousands of hours of business wisdom into a 72-minute crash course, chunked into 3-minute "jam sessions." After a mere 8 trips to the toilet, readers will be able to hold their own with a finance professor at a cocktail party; after 15, they will be qualified to work as a management consultant for a Bass Pro shop; and by the end they will have a certificate of completion that is definitely, literally an MBA degree on par with the big guys, basically.
Posted August 11, 2014
Who can resist picking up a book with a man in a suit sitting on the toilet fist pumping the air? Call me a sucker, but I just love crude humor like this. This book is a quick read, making it perfect for those who simply do not have a lot of time to spend reading. While I do not want my MBA, nor desire one, the art of Buswodmisness seemed right up my alley, so I donned my tinfoil hat, and got to studying.
“A leader needs condoms.”
This book reads quickly so be prepared to test your knowledge at the end of every chapter…every 90 seconds or so. Don’t sweat the pop quizzes though; you’ll know the correct answers right away. Finance is the study of monkeys right? Seriously though, I couldn’t stop laughing and beneath all of the crazy wackadoo nonsense, you really do learn a basic run down of business, even if in an off the wall way. From macroeconomics to leadership success, you too will be able to run your next business into the ground all while wearing a cheesy smile and giving mad praise to this book’s successful influence on your top notch MBA education!
*This book was provided in exchange for an honest review
*You can view the original review at San Francisco Book Review