Have you found yourself questioning your daily routine lately? When you get up in the morning do you look out your window and see neatly-dressed people rushing down the street in neatly-washed cars? Or do you see stylish men and women, coffee cups and cellphones in hand, as they race past to catch a bus? In the evening, do you look out your window and see these very same people return from wherever they have been, and do you find yourself wondering what it may be like to do what they are doing? Do you find yourself wondering if you, too, could get yourself "neated-up" and take part in this strange process you see all around you but know so little about?
If you've answered "yes" to any of these questions then Faking Smart! might be able to help you figure things out.
The people you see coming and going every day are people with corporate jobs ...and there is a good chance that one of those corporate jobs is out there waiting for you. With a small level of motivation and an modeate attention span you may have what it takes to fake it smart and to find the success we think you want to find by getting a job in corporate America.
In the next week or so we examine corporate work: what corporate work is, where one finds it and how one gets it.