5-Day Free Download of New Book: “Putting ‘The Boot’ On The Other Foot: Successfully Managing Yourself Out of Redundancy”
A new book, “Putting ‘The Boot’ On The Other Foot: Successfully Managing Yourself Out of Redundancy”, that has been written specifically for persons that losing their jobs or changing direction is not as frightening as it may seem, is being given away free by its author.
The 51-page book, with a file of 685kb and published by Amazon Digital Services, Inc., is available for free download from Kindle starting September 28 and ends on October 2.
“This is a gift from my heart to hurting people out there, particularly those who are finding it hard to bounce back after be made redundant from their jobs,” says Jason, The Make It Happen Coach, a first time author.
“I have written the book after losing my job and have since changed my life by using the process and techniques in the book,” adds Jason, who points to the following links where the book can be found:
As a self-help and personal development book, “Putting ‘The Boot’ On The Other Foot: Successfully Managing Yourself Out of Redundancy”, according to Jason, is designed to you the reader through a five-step process, which utilises several techniques that help you define what they want to do and plan how to do it.
"Though the title is focused on when people loss their job the same process/techniques can also be used to change your direction in life,” notes Jason, who created the book for persons who have lost/are about to lose their jobs, and also, those who have low self-confidence or self-esteem.
According to Jason, the aim of the book is to show such persons that losing their jobs or changing direction is not as frightening as it may seem. “I have used the process myself and, if followed, and it leads to great success. I recently used it to secure a new part-time contract,” says Jason, who has also video blogged his process at http://jasonscottoakes.blogspot.com.
“This is a proven system that has been used by me and I have mentored others through that has resulted in either securing new employment or people identifying what they want to do and changing their direction in life,” adds Jason, who says it the system is clear, easy to follow and can be worked through in a few hours if the reader wishes too.
“It holds your hand each step of the way and provides exercises that help to drive your direction,” says Jason, who has written a really helpful and practical book in plain English.
According to Janet C., a reviewer of the book, Jason “catches you as you fall and take you by the hand and leads you step by step through putting yourself and your life together after you have faced the life-changing, mind numbing, confidence destroying crisis of redundancy.”
“My family has experienced the pain, confusion and devastation of redundancy on several occasions and this book would have been most helpful several years ago,” the reviewer adds.
About the Author:
Jason 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. When I was going through the redundancy process it became obvious to me that the tools and techniques I used to manage a project were equally applicable to manage the change occurring in my life. I hope this book will help people with similar challenges to be all that they can be.”
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