Wealth Without a Job

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September 2004



Job security has become a myth, no matter where you work. Alan Greenspan testified before the House Ways and Means Committee in February 2004 that there is a turnover rate of approximately 1 million jobs per month. Because of the turbulent job market, more and more people are concluding that entrepreneurship is the way to go.


Acknowledgments. Introduction. Chapter 1: Earning the Income You Want from Work You Love. Chapter 2: The Old Methods No Longer Work in Today's Economy. Chapter 3: What the Global Economy Means to You. Chapter 4: The Emotional Dynamics of Change. Chapter 5: Three Ingredients to Effective Change: Awareness, Acceptance, and Action. Chapter 6: Your Recovery from a Good Upbringing. Chapter 7: Stop Wasting Your Energy. Chapter 8: Your Mind Is Not a Democracy. Chapter 9: Mental Flexibility for Peak Performance. Chapter 10: Overall Business Model. Chapter 11: Negotiation. Chapter 12: Secrets of Compelling Communication. Chapter 13: Learning to Sell the Easy Way. Chapter 14: Putting It All Together into a Plan. Appendix. About the Authors. Index.


PHIL LAUT, formerly a financial controller at Digital Equipment, has been involved in the personal development field for twenty-five years and first self-published Money Is My Friend in 1979. He sold over 300,000 copies, and ten years later, Ballantine republished the book. ANDY FUEHL is a recognized teacher of business psychology. His specialty is teaching people to succeed at entrepreneurial ventures. He has also managed global telecommunications programs for several Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, Bell Labs, and Motorola. He has self-published a book entitled Profiting in Turbulent Times. Both Phil and Andy teach courses throughout the world about the topics in this book.
EAN: 9780471656456
ISBN: 0471656453
Untertitel: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Freedom and Security Beyond the 9 to 5 Lifestyle. , black & white illustrations. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2004
Seitenanzahl: 288 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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