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Summary: Fire Your Boss: Review and Analysis of Pollan and Levine's Book
     

Summary: Fire Your Boss: Review and Analysis of Pollan and Levine's Book

by BusinessNews Publishing
 
The must-read summary of Stephen Pollan and Mark Levine's book: "Fire Your Boss: Why You Should Hire Yourself".

This complete summary of the ideas from Stephen Pollan and Mark Levine's book "Fire Your Boss" shows that landing the job of your dreams has little to do with your company, your boss, your profession, or your location. It has nothing to do with

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The must-read summary of Stephen Pollan and Mark Levine's book: "Fire Your Boss: Why You Should Hire Yourself".

This complete summary of the ideas from Stephen Pollan and Mark Levine's book "Fire Your Boss" shows that landing the job of your dreams has little to do with your company, your boss, your profession, or your location. It has nothing to do with your resume, your expanding menu of job skills, or your impressive business Rolodex. Sure, the state of the economy makes a difference, but it’s not the most important factor. Landing the job of your dreams is an inside job. It’s done by adopting an entirely new attitude toward work and the workplace, one that puts you in charge of your new job. The trick is to fire your boss and replace him or her with yourself. This summary exposes the seven key elements of the fire-your-boss philosophy. It also contains examples of how this strategy has helped people to achieve personal success and create their ideal job situation. Instead of seeing yourself as the victim of the workplace, get into the driver’s seat and change your work life for the better!

Added-value of this summary: 
• Save time 
• Understand key concepts 
• Increase your business knowledge

To learn more, read "Fire Your Boss" and land the job of your dreams!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9782806242822
Publisher:
Must Read Summaries
Publication date:
02/15/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
10
File size:
640 KB

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