I don't know anybody (besides me) who likes looking for work. In fact, I don't know very many people who don't outright hate it. And far, far too many people are terrified of it.
I'm weird. I do things weird. I do them wrong, or out of order, or skip entire steps. That's how I approached jobhunting from the get-go: I threw out almost all of the conventional advice and proceeded to do things wrong, out of order, and skipping entire steps.
And discovered that I was wildly good at it. I frequently land jobs in days, not weeks (my personal best is four hours from being let go with no leads or prospects to reporting for work at my next job). In fact, the only time I've ever been unemployed for more than 2 weeks was when a well-intentioned friend told me I really should do a "proper" jobhunt, and I spent two months looking (unsuccessfully) for work. I decided the "proper" way of jobhunting was for suckers, and went out and "just got myself a job" in two days.
I've helped people use my different way of thinking over the years, and last year I realized that I needed to write it all down in one place. The Job Replacement Guide is for anyone and everyone out there who needs a job--or wants to quit their job. If you hate or fear being unemployed, this book is for you.
I'm not going to teach you how to build your career. I'm not going to show you how to build a professional network. I'm not going to show you how to negotiate the intricacies of office politics. I am going to show you how to get a job. This book contains, quite simply, the shortest path from pink slip to offer letter.
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