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Sometimes You Have To Eat A Crap Sandwich: A collection of short essays to help improve your career mileage

Sometimes You Have To Eat A Crap Sandwich: A collection of short essays to help improve your career mileage

by Don Fesh
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The book your company and manager don't want you to read. How can you improve your chances to get
promoted, make a better salary and avoid career missteps? Learn from my mistakes. With the luxury of
hindsight, I've shared situational examples of how I could have and should have made different choices
about my career, including opportunities missed, staying in one place too long and not seeking out a trusted
advisor / mentor to help me navigate my career. This collection of short essays talks about these topics as
well as sheds light on how to spot poor leaders. The stories are shared in a conversational and humorous
way and each chapter can be consumed independently. Wouldn't it be helpful to have a map to show you
how to make better career decisions by seeing mistakes someone else has made? You will have a chance
to follow someone down their career path and see how and where they made avoidable mistakes – don't
start from scratch when there is a practical tool that can help inform you along your journey.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781734968941
Publisher: Don Fesh
Publication date: 06/29/2020
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.47(d)

About the Author

Don’s journey took him from blue collar laborer to executive to entrepreneur. He shares his experience
and stories in an unambiguous and humorous way to try to help others avoid missteps he’s made. When
not working on his business, or donating money to the stock market, he likes being involved in community-
based efforts to help improve the environment and supports organizations and activities that promote animal

Don has an undergraduate business degree as well as an MBA and several certifications related to process
improvement. He is married, lives in Texas, considers himself a jack of all trades and master of many, doesn’t
know karate, and has accepted his rank of “least important” in his home, positioned considerably below the

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