This new Dustinland comic is my most helpful and career-minded. Really, just follow these tips and you’ll find yourself more successful than you could ever have imagined. It’s not that hard. You just have to believe in yourself, then take the time and effort to identify what you want, and put your mind toward getting it by differentiating yourself from all the others out there.
You know what I mean? Yeah. You know.
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Tagged branding, business, career, entrepreneur, influenecer, inspiration, job, jobs, marketing, motivation, personal brand, self help, work, workplace
I have been having a tough time lately coming up with cute observational comics as I watch the world burn. That’s what this week’s new Dustinland comic is about. I have a feeling people won’t enjoy it very much, since it’s just depressing and offers little humor or solution. But it’s really just therapy for me — I need to get it out so I can move on.
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Yup, I drew a new Dustinland comic about roadkill. I know, just what you’ve been waiting for, right?! Well, if I can make this subject fun to read about, I’ve won. What I’ve won, I don’t know.
This week’s new Dustinland comic is about when people get your name wrong. I used to just get Justin instead of Dustin, but these days, it has gotten weirder.
So… anyone ever really mangle your name?
This new Dustinland comic is about how I don’t know how to accept a compliment. Some say it is part of Imposter Syndrome, but I don’t buy that. But who knows! Maybe it is. Either way, it’s something I’m working on. When someone says something nice, just say thank you! Don’t make it awkward. Shouldn’t be so hard but for some reason my instinct opts toward the awkward.
Can you relate?
This week’s Dustinland comic is about the cleaning frenzy that goes on before guests arrive. Of course I’m exaggerating a bit, but the general idea is correct. Your day-to-day life at home does not ever live up to the cleanliness that occurs when you host – even just a few friends. There’s always some cleanup in an attempt to generate an image of neatness+. In fact, one of the best things about having people over is that it forces you to clean up. Of course, this can backfire if the hosting leaves the house messier than it was to begin with, due to massive amounts of cooking, eating, and children playing with every toys and art supply they can find. Either way, drinking can help.
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Tagged cleaning, cooking, fatherhood, guests, home, hosting, house, kids, parenthood, raising kids, suburbs