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Finding Work When There Are No Jobs by [Wright, Roger]

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By Jobseeker
Buy this book! Read and think through it! It is about finding a situation where you can do your best work! Make it your own story. Understand the search process.......how everything fits together from the resume to the offer! Learn the 5 core principles, stories and questions to get you started on your own work search. This is the very first book that ties the process together and challenges you to take control and be prepared.......... for the journey as well as the destination! 



“What Roger Wright has done with Finding Work is exactly what the doctor ordered. He takes us on a quest to find what WE should be doing in this world, and along the way torpedoes the myth that there are common levers we can all pull and 1-2-3 we find our life’s work. This is no one-size-fits-all formula. This is wisdom that works!”
 
--Bob Beaudine, author of The Power of WHO
 
“I get tired of ‘how to find a job’ books.  Same old stuff over and over again. Until now… Roger Wright is one of the most insightful and creative thought leaders of our time. This book is a breath of fresh air!”
 
--Curt W. Coffman, Co-Author of First Break all the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently

“What if everyone found productive work that wakes them every morning with anticipation for what the day holds? I've found mine and I believe Roger Wright’s Finding Work When there Are No Jobs will help you find yours.  Whether you’re a job seeker or an employer, read this book and you’ll start thinking differently about how people actually find work.”
 
  --Anderson Schoenrock, CEO | ScanDigital, Inc.

From the Author

You've seen the titles. How to find a job. How to find work when there are no jobs  How to find a job when you're over 50. How to find work when you're under 25. 
 
And you just know they won't help you!
 
You've seen the titles. Your eyes glaze over. You keep walking. Why do you just know that traditional "how to" books on finding a job simply aren't enough?
 
Here's why: job search is NOT a "one size fits all" process. Job search is often not even rational. You can write the world's best resume. Give the best interview. Your hair can be perfect. You might even be qualified. And you still don't get the job. How canHow to Find Work When There are No Jobs give everyone an answer when the answers that count are all individual?
There's really only one title that matters when you're looking for work. The only title that matters: How do I find work? ME!
 
This book is different.  Not a "how to" in sight.

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  • File Size: 560 KB
  • Print Length: 209 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Think Different Press (March 8, 2013)
  • Publication Date: March 8, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BR6GPK0
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