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The Rat Race goes to China
By Paul Ulasien
Last edited: Monday, October 20, 2014
Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012



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The Corporate Rat Race: The Rats Are Winning:

A Game Plan for Surviving and Thriving in Corporate America

 Paul Ulasien
 

America has evolved from the first Industrial Revolution to the corporate structure that it entails today. Paul Ulasien examines the changes that have been made throughout each period in history and the transitions between the major movements in America’s development. The Corporate Rat Race: The Rats Are Winning: A Game Plan for Surviving and Thriving in Corporate America is an assurance to Americans that they can succeed in Corporate America and do so happily despite staggering statistics suggesting otherwise.

Paul Ulasien defines the rat race and what it means in Corporate America. The decentralization of power has led to the environment that exists today. Paul emphasizes that even if you are working in the rat race, you are not, technically, one of the rats. The rats are those individuals that take action within a company that benefits the individual or a small group instead of the company as a whole. This selfish approach to success is a product of the 70s recession.

Even though the rats are not going anywhere, Paul assures readers that there is a way to deal with them—by understanding them. He provides many methods for handling specific situations. What is also helpful is Paul’s personal account of how he handled life in the corporate rat race as well as other people’s experiences. By recognizing that what he did was either successful or unsuccessful, readers will take notes and apply his methods to their own lives within the rat race.

Paul recognizes that the age of the 50s where one person could work for a company, buy a house, buy a car, put their kids through college, and retire comfortably is over. That generation experienced the most stability, and it’s what every person desires today but struggles to achieve. It’s a harsh reality, but Paul exposes the cold, hard truth to readers and lets the words sink in before then describing how they can attempt to achieve something similar amidst the chaos.

Paul Ulasien describes complex topics that are textbook worthy in layman’s terms, breaking down the tiers of explanation into something that the average American can understand and utilize when trying to establish him or herself in today’s corporate setting. He also emphasizes the personal choices that one can make that will assist in a professional career within a corporation. The Corporate Rat Race: The Rats Are Winning: A Game Plan for Surviving and Thriving in Corporate America is a necessary tool in today’s society that will inspire the budding workforce to succeed and change the course of greed in American society.

You can find The Corporate Rat Race: The Rats Are Winning: A Game Plan for Surviving and Thriving in Corporate America at http://www.ratracebooks.com

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