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New Book Release: “Putting ’The Boot’ On The Other Foot: Successfully Project Managing Yourself Out of Redundancy”


Prolific author Jason Scott Oakes’s new book, “Putting ’The Boot’ On The Other Foot: Successfully Project Managing Yourself Out of Redundancy [Kindle Edition], is today being released, and will be available at
According to author Jason, the book is short, to the point, but action packed and chock full of valuable exercises to bring people who have lost their jobs as a result of scourge of redundancy back down to reality.
“You’ll discover how this is truly about putting the boot on the other foot,” says Jason, whose book helps people grasp the opportunities that redundancy has offered, and so will be able to create and plan their future.
“That’s tantamount to creating and enjoying the lifestyle you’ve always wanted,” adds Jason, who believes anyone who has ever been made redundant can resonate with the devastation it can cause.
Redundancy is often equated with the likeness of a “might rushing wind” that comes from nowhere. And nobody believes this more that Jason, who knows first-hand the devastation that can be caused by someone suddenly losing their job.
“Suddenly your life turns upside-down. Everything you thought you could rely on has vanished - along with your salary. How to pay the mortgage? The utility bills? Buy food? Is more than most people can bear,” says Jason, who when he was going through the redundancy process it became obvious to him that the tools and techniques he used to manage a project were equally applicable to manage the change occurring in his life.
“I hope this book (“Putting ’The Boot’ On The Other Foot: Successfully Project Managing Yourself Out of Redundancy”) will help you with similar challenges, and making you become all that they can be,” adds the author.
Adding that redundancy can make most people hit depths of despair they’ve never felt before, Jason explains that the worse of it all is when it starts taking an emotional turmoil, which is simply not conducive to planning one’s future realistically.
“When you’re flung into the turbulence of emotions, with your lifeboat long since departed, then taking a cool calm look at planning your future, is incredibly difficult,” notes Jason, who fortunately has come up with a viable antidote to help people realistically resolve their situation.

Fortunately, in Jason’s little ebook, the reader will find all the tools he or she need to not only get through redundancy, but to go far beyond that, into using their redundancy as a springboard to create their ideal successful future life.

About the author:

Jason Scott Oakes has an extensive background in change, programme and project Management spanning the Royal Air Force, Banking and Financial Services, Telecoms, Utilities, and Social Housing sector. He has lived through many iterations of ‘redundancy programmes’ during his career in Corporate Organisations; both from the perspective of having to make people redundant as well as being given the ‘boot’ himself in 2003. He has used his acquired knowledge, tools, techniques and skills in Change to direct his career and put ‘the boot’ on the other foot to successfully manage himself out of redundancy.

As a mentor and coach he has worked with others to define a new direction for their life and ‘make things happen’. "Throughout my life I have always tried to help others who face challenges in either their work or life in general by using the knowledge and experience I have been able to accumulate over twenty years.    



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