There is a lot of discussion these days about whether or not the economy is improving. Here are two facts: The economy has been very, very bad and the only way it is going to improve for you is if you take control of your situation.
Jt Sather, author of How To Survive When the Bottom Drops Out, has ridden the economic roller coaster for twenty years. He's experienced the highs of a multi-million dollar construction business and the lows of squatting in a friend's foreclosed mansion. He doesn't base his future on Wall Street but on Main Street.
In his debut book, he tells the brutal truth, but with humor and hope; reviewers have described it as listening to a great storyteller share his life over a couple of beers. No matter where you are in the Economic Recovery, you'll find anecdotes and advice you can use today, tomorrow, and whenever the bottom drops out of your life.
A Message From the Author:
I'm not a psychologist, social worker, guru, nor mad genius (that last one's debatable.) I'm just a guy who has lived many lives, and learned how to enjoy them. This book was written for the purpose of entertainment with an enlightening undertone. What you take from it is entirely up to you. This is how I've survived the turbulence I've encountered throughout my flight, and the advice given is tongue in cheek, with some true heart sprinkled on top. If you love to love, and laugh, then you'll enjoy this read. The experiences you'll discover inside are my own, so don't you go judgin' me, now. Live your own life, and I'll offer you the same courtesy. I just want you to enjoy the days you have left on this rock, and wake up with a story now and then. If you don't have at least a few good ones, then what was the point? Here's how I did it, and will continue to do so, until I slide sideways and barrel roll into a casket.