Stanford professor spends years trying to decipher a–hole behavior

There are books out there on how to survive alien abductions and zombie attacks, but now – finally – a Stanford professor has penned a tome about fending off a very real threat: the common a–hole.

And it only took more than a decade of “field-tested, evidence-based, and sometimes surprising strategies” to figure out how to do it.

“People would write me saying ‘I have an a–hole problem, help me,’” Robert Sutton, a professor of organization behavior and engineering, told the Daily Mail.

Sutton explains in his 224-page “A–hole Survival Guide” that people who act this way often get ahead in life – but it comes with consequences.

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