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Crimes of Cunning: A comedy of personal and political transformation in the deteriorating contemporary workplace. Kindle Edition
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Mayo also is very good at relating wry anecdotes in which no one is spared, least of all himself.
Even in the successes he recounts, Mayo cites misgivings about the poor ethics and callousness of his business. He also acknowledges the strain that corporate travel puts on families.
Mayo’s book could be good reading for today’s college business majors, helping them recognize and avoid today’s companies headed for scandal and bankruptcy.
Apparently, the real-life Mayo is now a corporate coach, and I would guess that the lessons fictional Tony Mayo learned in his journey inform the real Tony Mayo's work every day.
Well written and much enjoyed!
It is a joy to see great wisdom from someone who “ate the dogfood and drank the Kool-Aid” willingly and willfully contributing to the trends that would end up in the collapse of our banks, real estate and stock market in 2008; but then became a true leader with this critical, painful, and powerful mantra: “If I wanted to have a better career, I needed to become a better person."
This is not just a business book, this is a Life book. An Affirmation of Virtues book. A Civilization Transforming book for those in every aspect of our world who would bring the Light to the dark places where others fear to go. Tony wraps up with this quote from Hellen Keller (who was blind and deaf from birth):
"I would rather walk with a friend in the dark, than alone in the light."
Tony is a good friend, a wise coach and a witty tour guide, for those who would walk in the dark and bring the Light of Reason and Benevolence to the dark places in our society.