Why You Don't Need To Be Afraid Of Unemployment.
Does being unemployment or underemployment scare you? In his book, How To
Scare The Hell Out Of Unemployment, author Mike Bowman argues that unemployment can seem like quick sand. No matter how hard you fight to get out of it, you just sink deeper into it. It is a lot like facing a bully you can't avoid. The bully creates situations to set you up for more trouble,
embarrassment, or pain, and you struggle with how to break free from this adversity. But if unemployment behaves like a bully you can also overcome it like you would a bully.
Get the book that has unemployment terrified.
When you are facing an unusually large and determined bully, like unemployment,
it helps to have backup. This book will be your back up, and show you how to protect yourself, fight back, come back stronger, and scare the hell out of unemployment.
How To Scare The Hell Out Of Unemployment:
-True stories of people who beat unemployment.
-Strategies that get you a better job faster.
-Resumes that truly stand out.
-Discover where thousands of jobs are hidden.
-How to make the internet sing your praises.
-Here's the job "pickup line"that works!
-Learn how NOT to pay for more education.
-What unemployment really looks like.
-One real easy way to pay less for everything.
-The psychology of unemployment.
-Interview behaviors employers can't resist.
-How to eliminate the dreaded employment gap.
-Understanding all the benefits you qualify for.
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About the Author
Prior to the Quarter Roll, Mike owned other small businesses, including his company that designed and sold shooting accessories, inspired by the Colonial American era. He also worked for many years in executive management in the service industry. He received a business degree from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he later returned to finish his graduate studies in financial planning.
Mike's experience running his own businesses and that of others gives him the advantage of having worked "on both sides of the desk" as he puts it. As a business owner he sees the challenges that companies experience in creating a profit, and having been previously laid off twice during his career he also experienced first-hand the extreme hardships individuals face when their income is suddenly taken away.
When laid off from his long-term corporate position, Mike dedicated that time to studying, and then teaching himself and others, even more ways to get a better value for their money and making themselves highly marketable in the workplace. That included seeking out others who had successfully overcome unemployment and studying their success. The result of that study formed the basis for "How To Scare The Hell Out Of Unemployment".
In his time away from work you will most likely find Mike at the gym or spending time with his family traveling across the country exploring historical locations, museums, national parks, and forgotten national treasures.