This is the true story... of three strangers... picked to create a daily curated email newsletter...(blog together) and have their lives plastered across the internet... to find out what happens... when people stop being polite... and start getting real...
To the untrained eye they might appear to be Duke Lacrosse alum or a page out of J. Crew's Fall 2018 catalog, but they have so much more going for them.
So let’s meet this motley crew, shall we?
Tyler “The Human Resource” Morin: If he lost some weight, he’d be pound-for-pound one of the best bloggers in the game. But he won’t … and he isn’t. He’s the captain of this ghost ship careening through the world of written word with reckless abandon. His hope is to bring some semblance of sanity to the land of TPS reports and Happy Hours.
When he isn’t moonlighting as the overlord of a blogging empire, he’s putting his corporate casual Dockers on one leg at a time and saving the world via Human Resource consultation. He likes to think he’s making the Corporate World a better place via disappointing compensation cycles and “cost-cutting” decisions.
AJ “Not-so-Mad Man” Glagolev: Blogging isn’t for everyone, but it is for AJ. After volunteering himself as a cog in the corporate machine, AJ decided to impart his wisdom on the poor souls out there floundering for hope. Through his tales you’ll see that “Hey, I guess things could be worse, I could be AJ.”
An amateur stand-up comedian and former member of the advertising industry, AJ has almost no soul left. What’s left in there, however, will go forth into your inbox and onto your screen via loosely strung together words. We all love words, right?
Ian “Sir Counts A-Lot” Barto: By day you can find him delegating tests of controls and policing accounting departments to find more synergies. Having received the first ever global award for Most Process Improvements Stonewalled by Management, he has a strong knack for giving advice.
As an up-and-coming blogger but longtime connoisseur of office efficiency, he hopped on board to give the people of the internet the value they deserve in a business and career advice website. With great insight, and much experience he hopes to provide A-plus “do as I say, not as I do” examples for our audience to live by.