Week one of The Apprentice, and it seems we're all armchair business gurus.
The creme de la creme of the UK's upcoming business talent debuted on series 12 of the contest on BBC One tonight, but it seemed viewers thought they'd made a few rookie errors.
As ever, the programme brought out the entrepreneur in all of us, and we felt the candidates had a thing or two to learn from us.
Of course, there's one obvious thing to avoid.
Apprentice Rule One- never volunteer to be project manager in the first week
-- Adam Parsons (@AdamParsons1) October 6, 2016
Age old apprentice rule...never be the PM in the first week. #theapprentice
-- Stuart (@StuartFenton17) October 6, 2016
Whoah.... Why does anyone volunteer to be project leader in the first week of The Apprentice. Haven't they ever watched it before?
-- Richard Robinson (@LondonRobinson) October 6, 2016
We've also spotted a theme when it comes to how the tasks tend to go.
u always get backstabbers in the apprentice who keep quiet n accept decisions in the task but in the boardroom, BOOM they have 101 issues
-- Char (@_charstacey) October 6, 2016
It's only the first episode, but already some viewers seem to be wondering whether they should put themselves forward next year.
These people on the Apprentice are meant to be some of the best business people ?, I could do better than them! ? #TheApprentice
-- Becky x (@Becky_Raynerxx) October 6, 2016
In fact, we've thought more than once that there's a fairly simple way of preparing for this process.
Wouldn't you just study all the old series of #Apprentice and take note of how to approach each task according to what LS said?
-- Anthony J Myers (@ajmy) October 6, 2016
Idgi, don't these people watch the apprentice and know what to prepare for before applying
-- Alphonse Elric (@ChunZee_) October 6, 2016