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Got Fired?: The Ultimate Step by Step Unemployment Survival Guide: How to Deal with Job Loss, Lower Stress, and Rock Your Next Job Interview.

Narrated by: Daniel Blanco
Length: 57 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Losing a job is a very hard and stressful time for anyone, and it also impacts their loved ones. This book will be your step-by-step unemployment survival guide. It will also offer you great tips on how to get your resume seen and how to rock your next job interviews so you can turn life’s lemons into lemonade by landing a better, more exciting job than the one you lost. I wrote this book because I have experienced the pain that comes with losing a job. I feel for every person that must go through this unexpected stressful experience. However, with every great challenge in life, there is an opportunity to become a better, stronger, and smarter version of yourself. 

Let me guide you through this difficult time so that you can enjoy the successful future that you deserve. 

Let’s get started!

Here is what we will cover in this step-by-step job loss guide:

  • Introduction
  • Why is job loss so painful?
  • Part 1: 7 Steps to dealing with job loss
  • Step 1 - Watch your daily focus
  • Step 2 - Accept reality, don't fight reality
  • Step 3 - Mental and physical fitness
  • Step 4 - Surround yourself with people who lift you up
  • Step 5 - Recharge your self-esteem
  • Step 6 - Keep a daily routine
  • Step 7 - Lower your financial stress
  • Part 2: Self-reflect
  • Find your purpose and find your passion
  • Part 3: Take action and deliver
  • Five creative ways to get your resume to stick out
  • Five ways to rock your job interview
  • Part 4: Even successful people have lost jobs
  • Part 5: Bonus tips to help you deal with job loss and gain your new job
  • Final words
©2017 Raphael Huwiler (P)2018 Raphael Huwiler

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Generic ... lacks tactical insight

This book never addresses how to handle the inevitable question,
“How /why did you leave your last position?” ... or “ Have you ever been fired?” Some of the suggestions as to how to “stand out” from other applicants are unrealistic. Although I agree that LinkedIn and other such sites can be helpful, it is nearly impossible to identify the name of a Hiring Manager. Companies direct applicants to apply via their career web site. Working with a recruiter can be a good “end;” however, it is crucial that a person is well equipped to overcome the emotional deficit that firing creates. Logistically, practically.... how does one tackle this effectively?