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If you do your job, if you're loyal and hard working, watch out. You're about to be scrooged at work.
Every day, millions of Americans troop off to work with an outdated and increasingly dangerous conviction. They believe that their commitment and contribution will be repaid with job security and career advancement from their employer. They're absolutely certain that reciprocity exists in the workplace. And, sadly, it doesn't.
American employers are in the fight of their lives in both domestic and global markets. Yes, they're making a lot of money, but to stay competitive, they're subjecting their employees to two merciless practices:
Is the job market kicking sand in your face? Are you being pushed around by disrespectful employers?
If either is the case, you need The Career Fitness Workbook. It has a number of special features:
There's plenty of free job search and career advice on the Web. But, if that's all it takes to be successful, we wouldn't still have so many Americans out-of-work.
The reality is that too much of what you find online is incomplete (a short article here, a blog post there), out-of-date (posted before the Great Recession changed everything) or just plain wrong. So, if you're looking for strategies and tips, tactics and techniques that will actually work in today's tough economy, make an investment in yourself. Get one or more of the books below:
A Multitude of Hope: A Novel About Rediscovering the American Dream. This modern-day epic traces the journeys of three out-of-work professionals searching for answers in today's seemingly nonsensical job market. Along the way, they discover the secret to "career security" and the pathway to real and lasting success.
The Career Fitness Workbook. This book introduces a complete regimen of activities that will help you successfully compete for and hang onto the job of your dreams. Think of it as "the habits of highly effective career activists."
The Career Activist Republic. This blockbuster of a book provides a provocative yet positive assessment of the changing world of work in the American economy and describes an innovative strategy that will enable you to avoid the pitfalls and capture the opportunities in this new environment.
The Success Matrix: Wisdom from the Web on How to Get Hired and Not Be Fired. This anthology collects the best of Peter Weddle's columns on job search and career success. It is the only book you'll find that provides a candid and totally up-to-date look at how to get and stay ahead in today's workplace.
Recognizing Richard Rabbit. This fable for adults will entertain and delight you and help you out of the boxes that keep you from becoming the champion inside you. It is a novel and engaging way to recognize the talented person you are meant to be.
Job Nation: The 100 Best Employment Sites on the Web. This unique guide is drawn from other published WEDDLE's research, which the American Staffing Association described as the "Zagat" of job search sites. It has all of the information you'll need to be a smart shopper among the 100,000+ job boards and social media sites now operating online.
There are plenty of job search discussion groups on LinkedIn, but only one career advancement group. If you want to achieve success in both your job search and your career, join the Career Activism Group on LinkedIn.
Every week, I lead group discussions of the key concepts introduced in my books, A Multitude of Hope: A Novel About Rediscovering the American Dream, The Career Activist Republic and The Career Fitness Workbook. We explore: