I love Ted Goff’s business cartoons, called “Mostly Business.” Here is one that illustrates what our fractured days as business owners and executives are like sometimes:
Ted says he has been “drawing cartoons forever, and selling them since 1980. I suppose being a cartoonist is a slightly unusual profession — but it’s what I’ve always wanted to do. Not only can I do the thing I love best, but I work from home, spend lots of time with my family, and there are no meetings.”
He goes on to say, “My cartoons have appeared in hundreds of publications around the world, and have been used in ads, presentations, resumes (believe it or not), T-shirts, newsletters, textbooks and posters. Thanks to the web, I often hear from great people on every continent who need cartoons to accompany their ideas.”
Ted offers a daily rotating cartoon that is free to use on websites. I’ve added the daily cartoon code here to the site on the sidebar. Tell me if it puts a smile on your face, and I’ll keep it.
Remember, Ted is a small business owner himself and drawing cartoons is his business. So if you want to use his cartoons in presentations, on T-shirts and for other uses besides the daily rotating cartoon, you have to pay for them. But the price seems very reasonable, starting at $40 and up.