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Sarah Cooper, creator of the The Cooper Review, a  satirical blog that features weekly original articles, videos and cartoons on corporate humor, news, and other stuff joins us to talk about how she's made a career of out rebelling against the status quo. 


  • Dealing with Our Desires to Do Less Practical Things
  • Finding an Outlet to be Wild and Unhinged The Challenges of Being Different in an Immigrant Family
  • Nurturing the Seeds of Curiosity and Self Awareness
  • The Importance of Exploring, Experimenting, and Persistence
  • The Challenges of Dealing with External Validation 
  • Finding a Voice Through Standup Comedy
  • Lessons from Working at Google


I don’t want to be in a position where I’m making things that I don’t actually like.  (Click to Tweet)

I think it’s mostly about finding a place where you don’t feel trapped.  (Click to Tweet)

I’m not trying to be funny. I’m just trying to be honest.  (Click to Tweet)


10 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings

8 Signs Your Heroine Addiction Might be Ruining Your Career 

The Real Horrors of Working at a Tech Company 

Sarah Cooper is the creator of the The Cooper Review.  If you want to add a bit of laughter to your inbox , subscribe to her newsletter.

Originally aired almost 2 years ago.

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