Friedrich Nietzsche

McGladrey Tax Associate Opts for Pedantry in His Farewell Email

Unless you work in a soul-sucking environment with a bunch of glory hogging superiors who are constantly kicking you down, you will get several opportunities to showcase your intelligence during your careers. 

 
Sometimes these opportunities arise at logical places and times like a client meeting or maybe during a training session. It's also possible for these opportunities to arise at unexpected times like at a team lunch when you have broccoli stuck in your teeth or when you are forced pull an LBJ on a colleague because, well, these things happen.

Grant Thornton Now Issuing Temporary Tattoos for Laptops

Finally today, another bullseye out of the Purple Rose of Chicago:                       Our tipster writes: Can’t tell you how excited I am that the new laptop “wraps” came in at my office yesterday! See attached picture showing my company laptop sporting the new look. The handout […]

Grant Thornton Probably Didn’t Realize They Were Quoting Nietzsche in Their New Slogan

A bookly tipster sent us the following: Grant Thornton ads and tattoos aren't the issue — Has anyone else noticed that Grant Thornton's new slogan– An instinct for growth — is totally lifted from Nietzsche's The Anti-Christ: "Life itself appears to me as an instinct for growth, for survival, for the accumulation of forces, for power; whenever the will […]