As the book says – we can all be a dick sometimes. But this book will hopefully help you find ways in which to not be a dick in your every day life. Each chapter breaks down how to not be a dick in the following areas of life: Relationships, At Home, At School, At Work, At Play, In Transit, On The Internet.
The fact is, the people reading this book probably aren’t dicks because let’s face it, those that are probably don’t care. But at least if you check out this book you can help identify their dickishness ways and make sure that you don’t accidentally make the same mistakes.
The book tries to be humorous but it actually makes some really great points and teaches some really great lessons that everyone should know and try to put in play in their day-to-day life.
I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.
About the Book
On the one hand, nobody wants to be a dick. On the other hand, dicks are everywhere! They cut in line, talk behind our backs, recline into our seats, and even have the power to morph into trolls online. Their powers are impressive, but with a little foresight and thoughtfulness, we can take a stand against dickishness today. How Not to Be a Dick is packed with honest and straightforward advice, but it also includes playful illustrations showing two well-meaning (but not always well behaved) young people as they confront moments of potential dickishness in their everyday lives. Sometimes they falter, sometimes they triumph, but they always seek to find a better way. And with their help, you can too.
Thanks Katie! I bet you could give some great advice on “How Not to Be a Dick” at a concert!