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The Gift of Job Loss - A Practical Guide to Realizing the Most Rewarding…

– tekijä: Michael Froehls

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Michael Froehls, PhD, a former McKinsey consultant and successful global executive, turns conventional wisdom upside down - he suggests that you should overcome your reflex to immediately look for the next job after losing one. Don't miss out on your chance to do things you never had time for while being employed. Why not pursue a few activities that really matter to you before continuing your hard 30- to 40-year-long working life? What not realize some lifelong travel dreams, improve your health, invest in family and friends, fire up your love life, acquire new job skills, or check out a different location for a better career?In this book, you will find practical advice on how to take advantage of your opportunity without regret. Written from a business perspective with philosophical underpinnings, enriched by personal stories and serious thought-provoking questions, The Gift of Job Loss will help you:* - Understand the "Job Seeker Industrial Complex" and its influence on you* - Revitalize your life via 7 no-regret and up to 8 optional activities* - Identify personal and professional strategic options hitherto unavailable* - Optimize your "game of life" - living now vs. living in the future* - Analyze the implications of an economic recession vs. boom for your time off* - Plan your own step-by-step course of action - whether you are about to be let go, just got laid-off, or are still "safely" employedAfter losing his corporate job, Michael decided to sidestep the recession by doing what he advocates in this book. Headhunters, former colleagues, and friends called his move and timing one of the smartest decisions anybody could make - though few would dare because of convention and apprehension. If you face job loss, reading this book should help you overcome any despair and make you see your situation in a much more positive light.… (lisätietoja)
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More and more people I know are becoming unemployed. In today's job market, it is extremely difficult to find a job. Michael Froehls helps us to realize that sometimes losing your job can be a blessing.

Many times in our careers, we get into that proverbial rut. We do the same thing, day in & day out. We don't step out of our comfort zone and take risks. It is during the time after losing our jobs that we can take the most risks.

Not that long ago, there was a movie out called The Bucket List. It reminded us to try to get those special things accomplished before we die. In this book, Michael points out that a wonderful time to do some of that is during your unemployment days. What better time to sit and write that book you always wanted? Or to spend a day down at a homeless shelter helping out? Or whatever else you had always been meaning to get around to.

Have you been grumbling when you were working that you really no longer liked your job? You can take advantage of this time and see what else is out there. Step out of your chosen field and see if there is anything else you might like.

This book is so full of hints and tips. You will definitely no longer feel like a depressed person who is out of work, but a renewed spirit who is in for the adventure of a lifetime!

In conjunction with the Wakela's World Disclosure Statement, I received a product in order to enable my review. No other compensation has been received. My statements are an honest account of my experience with the brand. The opinions stated here are mine alone. ( )
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Michael Froehls, PhD, a former McKinsey consultant and successful global executive, turns conventional wisdom upside down - he suggests that you should overcome your reflex to immediately look for the next job after losing one. Don't miss out on your chance to do things you never had time for while being employed. Why not pursue a few activities that really matter to you before continuing your hard 30- to 40-year-long working life? What not realize some lifelong travel dreams, improve your health, invest in family and friends, fire up your love life, acquire new job skills, or check out a different location for a better career?In this book, you will find practical advice on how to take advantage of your opportunity without regret. Written from a business perspective with philosophical underpinnings, enriched by personal stories and serious thought-provoking questions, The Gift of Job Loss will help you:* - Understand the "Job Seeker Industrial Complex" and its influence on you* - Revitalize your life via 7 no-regret and up to 8 optional activities* - Identify personal and professional strategic options hitherto unavailable* - Optimize your "game of life" - living now vs. living in the future* - Analyze the implications of an economic recession vs. boom for your time off* - Plan your own step-by-step course of action - whether you are about to be let go, just got laid-off, or are still "safely" employedAfter losing his corporate job, Michael decided to sidestep the recession by doing what he advocates in this book. Headhunters, former colleagues, and friends called his move and timing one of the smartest decisions anybody could make - though few would dare because of convention and apprehension. If you face job loss, reading this book should help you overcome any despair and make you see your situation in a much more positive light.

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