The Caveman Diaries is a bunch of raw advice on management, leadership and self improvement for the modern business executive. Ancient humans survived by eating food and fruits in their raw, natural state. But the modern human has become largely dependent on processed, packaged and highly contaminated food. Similarly, the modern business executive today has limited access to natural unadulterated advice, and has become accustomed to canned management fodder. This lack of clean advice is leading to constant stress, unrealistic demands, impractical expectations, etc., on modern executives. This, in turn, is leading to rapid burnout and various personal problems. If you think you are also caught up in such a rat race then this book hopes to change your thought diet through multiple usable ideas and concepts. Essentially, there are two ways to lead one's life. The first way is you can either slog through life, waste time, energy, and make endless mistakes trying to discover things from your own experience. And the second way is you can profit from the knowledge and wisdom gained and documented by others. This book shows how you can benefit from the second way. Like a banquet containing an array of delicious healthy fruits this book contains a bunch of diverse chapters that can change the way you look at yourself and the world around you. Though there is no promise of revolutionary magic here, you will definitely see improved results if you use the advice within to guide your future actions. Give it a try. You may be pleasantly surprised.