Introducing The Workfarce!
A newsletter to help you find your way in the world of work.
Why did you start The Workfarce?
You see, in Corporate America, everyone’s keeping a big secret.
You might not know what it is because there’s a massive wall protecting it and it was made by a bunch of people whose livelihoods depends on keeping it. But it’s there, and it’s a big, fat, juicy one.
What’s the secret? Everything’s made up but the points do matter.
From Fortune 500 CEOs to the endless sea of white tech bros, we’re all playing pretend. We’re walking around in (pant)suits, carrying empty briefcases, using made up buzzwords just because “we’ve always done it this way.”
It’s easy to think everyone else is smarter, more capable, and knows something you don’t, but I’m here to tell you that’s simply not true. You are just as smart, capable, and I promise — you can figure everything else out.
It’s time we had an open conversation about how to make the world of work work for you.
That's why my goal with this newsletter is to tear down this wall brick-by-brick, welcome everyone in, and help you find your place, no matter who you are or where you're from. (cue the Backstreet Boys).
In other words, I’m here to help you get those points.
What do I get when I subscribe?
Every week, you’ll receive general posts as well as Saturday Morning Cartoons, a weekly roundup of content to share with your work besties. Some of it might even be my own ;)
When you become a paid subscriber, you’ll also get access to other series including:
Career Advice That Doesn’t Suck - Think of it as those old-timey advice columns in the newspaper but you know, on the internet….and funny.
Water Cooler - A space to chat about work-related topics as a group every week.
People You Meet - An ongoing series making fun of the people you meet while navigating the world of work.
Access to the Workfarce community in the comments.
Paid subscribers also get my newest writing, my full archive, updates on creative projects, first dibs on products I put out, and pretty much anything else.
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