Being a boss isn't for everyone, writes Paul Catmur.
Watching his dad lose his job taught Paul Catmur a valuable lesson.
Paul Catmur looks back how close he came to making a terrible decision.
Some things matter more than an increase in salary.
Public speaking can be terrifying, writes Paul Catmur.
Paul Catmur does some soul searching after what he saw on TV.
The waiter test helps to show what people are really like.
Sometimes being creatively brilliant isn't the right answer.
Paul Catmur reflects on lessons he learnt working on the casino floor early in his career.
Mediocrity should be recognised as an acceptable destination.
The following advice could change your life.
At some point, you may find yourself wondering how your boss ever got their job.
The Stanford Prison Experiment is a stark warning to the workforce, writes Paul Catmur.
Sometimes being useful is more important than being brilliant, writes Paul Catmur.
Your answers to these two questions will reveal all you need to know, writes Paul Catmur.
The Manual for the Mediocre argues it's okay if you're middling at best.