In a world where too many young people no longer respect their elders, Charles Murray is offering a generous gift to the next generation. If only they’ll take his advice.
His new book, ‘The Curmudgeon’s Guide to Getting Ahead,’ is full of wit and wisdom about life, work, and what can only be described as the pursuit of happiness.
When should you get married? — How should you handle a bad boss? — When is it time to give up the dream of being famous? We all struggle with these conundrums, and Murray tackles them head-on, offering the kind of curmudgeonly advice everyone else will be too polite or politically correct to give.
If you’re interested in living the good life, pick up the book — and listen to our discussion here: