Author Jason Scott Oakes Offers New Book for Free
“Putting ‘The Boot’ On The Other Foot: Successfully Managing Yourself Out of Redundancy”, a new book released by first time author Jason Scott Oakes, can be downloaded for free from Kindle – starting September 28 through to October 2, 2013.
“During these five consecutive days, I hope many persons will avail themselves to my first every book for free, and in the process I hope I’ll be helping to liberate some people from the redundancy prison they’ve found themselves,” says Jason.
As a self-help and personal development book, “Putting ‘The Boot’ On The Other Foot: Successfully Managing Yourself Out of Redundancy” takes the reader through a five-step process that utilises several techniques to help people define what they want to do and plan how to do it.
“Though the title is focused on when people loss their jobs, the same process and or techniques can also be used to change your direction in life,” notes Jason, who has written the book after losing his job, but who since changed his life by using the process and techniques in the book.
The book, 51-page book, with a file size 685k and Amazon Digital Services, Inc. is available at the following links:
According to Jason, the book contains a proven system that has personally used by him and many others who have either securing new employment or people identifying what they want to do and changing their direction in life.
“The system is clear, easy to follow and can be worked through in a few hours if the reader wishes to. It holds your hand each step of the way and provides exercises that help to drive your direction,” notes an enthusiastic Jason, who also points to the many positive reviews the book has to date garnered from satisfied readers who have purchased their own copies.
One such positive review came from Marie, who hails “Putting ‘The Boot’ On The Other Foot: Successfully Managing Yourself Out of Redundancy” an amazing read. According to her, self-doubt and low self-esteem following her own redundancy and which left her with little focus.
“This book made me take a step back and review the direction my life was taking and that I could actually control my next steps,” writes Marie, who adds Jason showed her how she could use redundancy as an opportunity to take time out, reflect and re-wire her vision and start to plan for a new future.
Marie further explains that her ’vision’, her ’why’ and her ’motivators’ are all on her vision board that takes pride of place in her home. What that means is that she’ll “always stay focused, especially on those tough days when no one returns your call.”
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