NEW AUDIENCE: Since Win Bigly put him on the map as a political pundit, Adams has attracted a new audience: usually right-leaning free-speech and free-thought advocates. Thought leaders Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris, Tristan Harris and more interact with him regularly.
TRACK: How to Fail At Almost Everything And Still Win Big and Win Bigly were New York Times bestsellers, and sales have soared since the 2016 election. Adams is also still loved for his huge bestsellers of the 1990s—The Dilbert Principle and Dogbert’s Top Secret Management Handbook.
SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS: He speaks to thousands of people a year through conferences and lectures and can incorporate the book into those speeches.
Lavish Praise for Loserthink
“They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but they never tell you why. So I went ahead and judged it. Looks great!” – Juan Variable
“Don’t think of this book as something you ‘read.’ Think of it as ‘survival.’ And you want to survive, don’t you?” – M. Wordthinker
“If you love this book, you are probably part of a clandestine global conspiracy to control the world. You’ll probably deny it, but I know what you are thinking.” – Reed Mines
“The simplest explanation for why you will love this book is that it is the best book in the world. Duh. Simple.” – Sir William of Ockham
“This is the only book I have ever read. I highly recommend it because I can’t imagine how any other book could be better.” – Noah Mashnashun
“There are many similarities between this book and the Holy Bible. For example, they both use words. I’m not saying the author of this book is a deity, but obviously things are heading in that direction.” – Matthew, Mark, John
“I don’t recommend this book, but only because I’m an unsuccessful author marinating in my hatred for those who have succeeded. If I ever write a book, imagine how great it would be!” – A. Badriter
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