I Miss Your Bad Jokes When…


When you work with someone who annoys you, they can seem devastatingly awful. So awful that it can send you into a depression. Trust me – – it has happened to me.

Maybe it’s an annoying client who won’t stop emailing you, a co-worker who loves to click his pen all day long, or a boss who puts way too much work on your desk.
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Focus on Fewer Things with Better Results – cartoon

I’m a big believer in creativity at work. We need to expand outside our comfort zones to reach the good stuff. That’s why I draw. It forces me to find new angles on work happiness. How do you find new angles?


Too often we get caught up in trying to be amazing instead of just letting our amazing ooze out.
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Stop Pushing to Finish One More Email – Cartoon


Trying to get our work done early so we can get home to our families is a part of the holidays.

Remember that your next email will be waiting for you when you get back.

Have a merry christmas and a happy new year!

Thank you for being you and reading this blog. Without you I wouldn’t be this happy.
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My Whip My Rules – Cartoon


Sometimes we just want people to relax and enjoy the show. They take things so seriously.
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Yelling Only Makes Your Mustache Look Uglier – Cartoon


This one speaks for itself.

I will say that I used to work for a boss that loved to yell. He actually did have a mustache.

I tried a voodoo doll, but that never helped.

Business Karma came back on him though. I’m not happy that it did, but I’m not upset that it did either. 🙂
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I Can Solve Your Problems – Cartoon


Sometimes I just want this magic thing to solve my problems.

But I know nothing can just whisk my troubles away. That’s why I drew this cartoon. To remind me…

We all have pain.

We can’t escape it.

Some of us feel weighted down by depression. Others of us have bum knees. And many others have bosses that only care about themselves.

The alternative is death.

I’ll take the pain for all it offers.
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Be One With Your Work


I’ve been playing with drawing in relation to work happiness. I’ve found that there are parts of me hidden within a pencil that don’t come out on the keyboard. I’ve been messing with this medium on and off for about 12 years, but in the last year I’ve really been enjoying myself.

I drew this piece when I felt really frustrated after trying to write a blog post. In my head the concept sounded brilliant then it came out of me like a big blob of stink. I was frustrated and wanted to punch my screen.
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