Are you a prisoner or trapped in a dead end job nightmare looking for an escape. Do you receive emails telling you there is money waiting for you and asking for vital information about you in order for you to receive it. Have you responded to make money at home, stuffing envelopes, MLM (multi level marketing) pyramid type of ads. Do you work around dead end people who talk negative about themselves and try to brain wash you into thinking the same about yourself. Whether you are a college graduate, high school or a GED, we still make choices and do things without using common sense. Everybody is subjected to scams and false advertisement. We fall victim because we are desperate for a better life and want a quick fix to wealth and the only person who gets the wealth is the scam artist. You meet these people if you are an opportunity seeker and desperate for a change. The author has factual, firsthand knowledge as a former opportunity seeker and years of experience working dead end jobs and around people who lost hope for a better life. You don’t have to have a college degree to live a good life though it is helpful. College isn’t for everyone and within this book you will find ways to live a productive life. Strong self-esteem and common sense is the key to surviving a dead end job and obstacles life offers.
'Sack Me If you wish' is a practical approach to guide you on personal finance, learning and controlling various things related to a job-loss, finding motivation, knowing some exclusive tips and retiring early to pursue your other dreams. There are seven sessions in the book and to make it easy, all the sessions are narrated in dialogue form. Aditya, working with a top-notch company, approaches Pink Slip Green, a service run by three partners, with his office problems and a fear of losing his job. After he attends the seven sessions there, his life changes forever. Salient points: Loaded with many unique tips, the major portion of the book is on finance that covers exhaustively the practical aspects of managing finance. You’ll learn a seven-step strategy and new rules that financial institutions do not teach, get to know in-depth analysis about various investments (both India and US markets) and your retirement needs, find some exclusive guidelines and so on. Then, there are two sessions on job-loss, the first one prepares you by letting you discover the signs that can lead to a job-loss and the other prepares you for any eventuality and to manage life after a job-loss. In addition, there is a session titled ‘From Failure to Philosopher’ which can be read by anybody. What it contains let it remain a mystery.forever.
This book spans three centuries of popular entertainment and everyday culture, showcasing both mainstream and submerged channels and voices to examine how once reviled business values gained supremacy and poisoned the American spirit.
A Wall Street Insider's Guide to getting ahead in any highly competitive industry "Dave learned how to win in investment banking the hard way. Now he is able to share tools that make it easier for budding bankers and other professionals to succeed." —Frank Baxter, Former CEO of Jefferies and U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay "A must-read for anyone starting their career in Corporate America. Dave's book shares witty and valuable insights that would take a lifetime to learn otherwise. I highly recommend that anyone interested in advancing their career read this book." —Harry Nelis, Partner of Accel and former Goldman Sachs banker In The Way of the Wall Street Warrior, 25-year veteran investment banker and finance professional, Dave Liu, delivers a humorous and irreverent insider’s guide to thriving on Wall Street or Main Street. Liu offers hilarious and insightful advice on everything from landing an interview to self-promotion to getting paid. In this book, you’ll discover: How to get that job you always wanted Why career longevity and “success” comes from doing the least amount of work for the most pay How mastering cognitive biases and understanding human nature can help you win the rat race How to make people think you’re the smartest person in the room without actually being the smartest person in the room How to make sure you do everything in your power to get paid well (or at least not get screwed too badly) How to turn any weakness or liability into an asset to further your career