Why This CEO Wants Employees to Tell Him 'F--- You!' At Samuel Adams, you're allowed to drop f-bombs on your boss, but you'd better have a good reason.

By Entrepreneur Staff

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In his new book, Quench Your Own Thirst: Business Lessons Learned Over a Beer or Two, Samuel Adams Founder and CEO Jim Koch shares lessons he's learned along the path of pioneering America's craft beer revolution.

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Much like his beverage, the lessons in Jim's book are anything but typical, but they are exceptionally easy to swallow. One of our personal favorites is "The 'Fuck You' Rule," which Jim explains in the above video.

Drink in the man's wisdom and pick up his book Quench Your Own Thirst: Business Lessons Learned Over a Beer or Two. And grab maybe a six pack while you're out. Cheers!

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