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The @GSElevator Book – Straight To Hell – has nothing to do with Twitter…

Now that my book is available for pre-order, I wanted to quietly make a few things clear…. First of all, the issue of my anonymity was simply a device, and one that has suited the construct of the Twitter feed. GSElevator … Continue reading

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The @GSElevator Guide to Bar Etiquette

I shouldn’t have to write this, but apparently I do. The following came to my attention via the fantastic Twitter feed of Jon Carney, my collaborator on the highly-popular (2.5 million views) and reasonably well-received post, How To Be A … Continue reading

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How To Be A F%#king Man…

We’ve all seen and perhaps grown tired of guides and lists that are ripe with tedious clichés and full of humdrum regurgitated meme wisdom. For that very reason, in collaboration with CNBC’s John Carney (@Carney) here is a fresh and hopefully … Continue reading

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Meet Jack The Plumber/ Philosopher

Over the weekend, I came across an editorial by Jack Hope, a philosopher turned philosopher/plumber, that puts a name and face to a question that has garnered a reasonable amount of attention in recent months – Should a college degree … Continue reading

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How to Survive a Sporting Event with Your Boss

As a follow-up to my recent piece, Tips for Summer Interns of 2013, I have been asked to provide pearls of wisdom on surviving a sporting event with your boss. As an international bon vivant, hopefully I have put something … Continue reading

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