Because more than 120 have already positively reviewed Mitch's newest tome, I elect to use my "career trainer" lens to embrace and review.
I immediately shared a hard copy of the book (my version is on Kindle) with a former co-worker job hunting.
Get "squiggly" (my favorite word from the book plus "purgatory") is my way of recommending your read every word.
Rebooting you is essential if you are serious about finding quality employment.
When you do, AFTER reading Mitch's keen advice, two things are bound to happen: 1) You'll find a better job than you expected, and, 2) You'll be a whole lot more cool than competing applicants.
Though, obviously, not a career self-help volume, it offers career searchers several recipes, if adopted, will ensure you never again will allow yourself to be suddenly unemployed.
I favor the title despite Bill Gates saying "control-alt-delete" was a software mistake. Mitch's title bridges the so-called "old" with the so-called "new". My hunch is the content and context will be more evergreen than we thought.
Thanks Mitch for smoothly and candidly setting forth why it is important to be squiggly to escape the purgatory in which we find ourselves or our enterprise, or both.
Quick and easy read