How laziness saved my life by Okechukwu Ofili

Yes you read correctly!, laziness indeed can save your life contrary to what we’ve been taught from our childhood days… or so it seems from the perspective of Okechukwu Ofili author of “How Stupidity Saved My Life”. Having been diagnosed with a terrible ailment predicated on over working, and seeing a lot of people suffering from the overworking disease, he got inspired to write this book. The engineer turned speaker shares his business ideas for overworked, frustrated employees looking for an easier way to get things done.

A lot of people need to read this book especially with many Shylock employers on the loose, who want your last drop of blood sacrificed on the company’s slab to ensure it earns mega profit. After all they’re paying the salaries and he who plays the piper dictates the tune. Ofili adopts the comical approach to drive home his points which will keep you engrossed. Can laziness indeed save your life?… what do you think? Please leave your comments…we’ll definitely read and reply…


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1 Response to How laziness saved my life by Okechukwu Ofili

  1. Pingback: How Laziness Did Not Save My Life. « camgal

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