Scott Adams is best known for creating and writing Dilbert. He's also written a handful of books, including How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big.
I couldn't get into God's Debris (a philosophical/religious thought experiment), but this semi-autobiography was much more readable. Part life history, part self-help book, it's a light read with advice for success.
Adams recommends treating life as a learning experience, and encourages us to develop systems (as opposed to goals) to level up. He also recommends managing attitude/mood/energy. Pretty practical stuff, and it fits with a lot of other reading I have been doing.
So I would recommend How to Fail if you like reading self-help books, if you are looking for something fairly light, and if you like some humour mixed in with your content.
Anyone else read this? What did you think? Any other books I should be checking out? I'm currently reading Unscripted, the next book by the guy that wrote Millionaire Fastlane.