Eight Steps to Getting Back on Your Feet When You're Fired, Laid Off, or Your Business Ventures Has Failed--And Findin
Crown Business, Paperback, 9780767915571, 336pp.
Publication Date: January 6, 2004
The author of the national bestseller JobSmarts for TwentySomethings, Bradley Richardson is one of America's top career experts. But he also knows what it is like to experience a career setback. When an entrepreneurial effort failed and he was forced to become a job seeker himself, Richardson discovered firsthand the emotional, social, and financial stress that comes with losing a job. In Career Comeback, Richardson shares his years of expertise along with the hard lessons he learned in the trenches to give readers a realistic action plan for taking control of their careers and their lives.
With empathy and humor, Richardson takes readers step by step through the challenging process of breathing life back into a languishing livelihood. Inside, readers will get indispensable, nuts-and-bolts advice on how to:
Find solid ground
Identify where things went wrong
Establish a support system and stay energized
Discover what matters most
Find a new job that's even better than the last
Get in stride and stay on track
Job security is a thing of the past, but with Career Comeback readers learn how to rediscover their personal best.
"Career Comeback is the new road map for employees looking to protect their careers, their earnings, and their sanity. Whether you are currently working or in career transition, this book provides you with concrete tools you can use immediately to get your career and, most importantly, your life back on track."
--David Bach, author of Smart Couples Finish Rich and The Automatic Millionaire
"Buying this book is like making an investment in your life. Do it today."
--Jeffrey Fox, author of How to Become CEO
"Career Comeback goes straight to the heart of the job seeker's dilemma. Bradley Richardson has lived through and emerged from the setbacks associated with being out of work, so experienced professionals struggling with job loss will relate to his candor. Not only does the book touch on the emotional side of unemployment, but it also gives a solid, practical approach for getting back on one's feet--professionally and personally."
--Jennifer Duncan, Director of Texas Exes Career Services, The University of Texas at Austin
"Career Comeback offers loads of practical advice for those facing the challenges of a career setback and looking for a way to get back on their feet again."
--Laurence Boldt, author of Zen and the Art of Making a Living and How to Find the Work You Love