No doubt about it, Adultitis runs rampant in the workplace. Dilbert does an excellent job of displaying that fact on the comic pages, and perhaps the best television show to do it is the NBC hit, The Office.
This eBook examines the Adultitis levels of ten characters from the show. I wrote it a few seasons back (before Jim and Pam’s marriage and baby), but the lessons still apply. It can serves as a handy guide, giving you the opportunity to learn from each character while providing tips on how you can avoid contracting Adultitis at work. Conveniently formatted for both easy screen viewing and printing.
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Marriage and baby!
Thanks for spoilers! :S
We’re at least a season behind you here in the antipodes…
Sorry! Don’t worry, you’ll still enjoy them!
I’ve bookmarked this page and I’ll come back to it once I’ve seen the next season ;)
Just saw the end of season 4 last week.
I did not read all of this yet…but it is brilliant!! I can see myself in some of these characters, so it is great barometer for me, as well. The Office is an awesome show and thank you for sharing!
Thanks, Tim! Glad you’re enjoying it… Who’s your favorite character? Mine keeps changing, but right now it’s Andy and Creed.
Kristie Ryan says
Hahaha! This is great Jason. The office is one of my favorite shows and one of them I love to watch to get a good laugh :)
Thanks, Kristie. I find I get a feeling of awkwardness watching the show — did Michael really just say that?! — but it is always followed by some good laughs.
Kristie Ryan says
Oh yes, that happens to me all the time. It’s definitely very politically incorrect, but I think that’s what makes it so great. I have a very love/hate relationship with Michael, but there are so many other characters on there I love (like Jim and Pam) that it keeps me coming back for more.