- Paperback: 206 pages
- Publisher: Authority Publishing (April 15, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1935953478
- ISBN-13: 978-1935953470
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #789,808 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Cut the Crap, Get a Job! a New Job Search Process for a New Era Paperback – April 15, 2013
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Dana Manciagli's book is very important especially during this time of global economic recovery. She is preparing people for employment! Great job!--- Stedman Graham, Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur
...If I were looking for work, I'd have a dog eared copy on my desk, highlighted and underlined. Excellent resource!--Joshua Waldman, Author of Job Searching with Social Media For Dummies and The Social Media Job Search Workbook
Welcome to the new reality! Cut the Crap, Get a Job! is a welcome slap in the face to conventional job search "wisdom". Dana shows you how to embrace your talents, understand your talents and land a job you'll like. I highly recommend you invest the time in yourself to read it - because you're worth it.
--David Perry, Co-author of Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 3.0
Dana Manciagli has created a candid, comprehensive guide to landing the right job the right way. Cut the Crap, Get a Job! is a goldmine of innovative strategies and practical advice, backed by solid research. A brilliant and generous gift to job-seekers everywhere, from college students to senior executives!
--Ford R. Myers, Author of Get The Job You Want, Even When No One's Hiring
Dana Manciagli's book on job search is concise, practical and ground-breaking. Her no-nonsense approach elevates the job search game to a whole new level. She methodically provides a fresh and perceptive insight that changes the rules of traditional job hunting techniques. Her book is an extremely valuable tool in today's competitive job market where new tools need to be used to accelerate job offers.
--Joe Carroll, SPHR, CMF, Author of How To Get a Great Job in 90 Days or Less
Dana talks straight and lays out what you need to know to effectively manage a modern job search. Make no mistake, today's career transition requires a different set of skills and tools. If you want to acquire them, you need this book!
--Bud Clarkson, Author of Job Search Strategies: Get a Good Job Even in a Bad Economy
From the Author
My inspiration for "Cut the Crap, Get a Job!" came from years of helping job seekers throughout my career and a passion to help thousands more worldwide. We are facing a crisis in this country, as well as globally so any bit we each can do can help. The college debt crisis, military returning from serving our country, promotion slow-down and many more challenges are going to hurt our next generations' futures if we don't do something now.
I retired from 30 years working for corporations to help full-time. Speaking, consulting and authoring are my passions, specifically for the career category of need.
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The organization and presentation of this book really could not be better. As far as learning what you need to know about getting a job, changing careers, or upgrading your job status, it gets no easier than this. (The material presented in this book is incredibly simple, every bit of it based on real-world experience. Putting it to use in an organized, systematic way will require hard work on your part.)
The beauty of this book lies in its simplicity. Within each chapter Dana presents readers with one or more challenges, solutions to those challenges, mistakes to avoid, helpful tips, excuses to rid yourself of and homework assignments. She's also included Web links where one can download a boatload of helpful items such as planning tools, goal-setting exercises, examples of job descriptions, networking plans, tracking tools, etc. Everything here is presented in -- and can easily be followed in -- step-by-step fashion. No bold brushstrokes...this is more paint-by-number with precision.
This book so resonated with me that I recommend it to clients (I'm a career transition coach) and I use it as a resource in my own practice. And, as an added bonus, I attended a workshop of Dana's in downtown Seattle yesterday and came away with at least nine tips that will be of great help to me (phone etiquette, e-mail etiquette, networking not for a job but for prospective clients, and some new ways of tapping into social media).
My best advice: Get the book. Read it once for informational purposes. Read it again with highlighter in hand. Go to work on each step in each chapter. Download the electronic resources and make the very best use of them. Don't freak out. Be courageous. Be persistent.
Also, if you have the chance to attend one of Dana's workshops or see her speak, don't think twice. Just do it.
Ilise Benun, author of 7 books and founder of Marketing-Mentor.com and the Creative Freelancer Conference
A great big thank you for all you did!!!