Job Search Clubs Presentations

This week I’ve talked to 5 job seeker clubs and one business owner meetup.  Tomorrow in Danville I do my last presentation and then I fly home for a 40 hour rest before I go to present a bunch in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

One thing that came up in a presentation was the idea of creating different revenue streams that can either replace your job income or complement it, to add stability to your income.

Two books I recommended in the presentation:

The Four Hour Workweek. I haven’t read the book but I read his blog and loved, loved LOVED this post: Engineering a “Muse”: Case Studies of Successful Cash-Flow Businesses. Sometimes we think “starting a business” means something too big and complex, but it doesn’t! Read that post…

Crush It! This is GaryVee’s first-of-ten books and, to be honest, I thought it was pretty weak.  But in the end he shares business ideas that he thinks can be awesome and amazing, and I got energized just reading this thoughts on those ideas.  You can go to a bookstore and browse through the book just to find those ideas (I think they are in the appendix?).  Awesome ideas.

Who knows what YOUR idea is… but I want you to think about it.

Can you make $1 doing it?  Can you make $100?  If you can make $100 you might be able to make $500?  If you can do that, maybe you can get to $2k?  If you can get to that, how can you get it to $10k?

Sure, it takes work… but it can be exciting and energizing… and it’s a great idea for your own career management!

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  1. Hi Jason,

    I am attending your presentation at Villanova on Thursday evening for the Philadelphia Great Careers Group. I look forward to your presentation! Cheryl Bonner from Penn State told me that you would be in Lancaster this week and I was so disappointed that I was unable to attend as I had a conflict on that date> I was very happy to hear you were coming to Nova 🙂 I currently volunteer for My Career Transitions, an all volunteer group that has montlhy meetings at no charge for people in career transition. I look forward to meeting you and if there is anything I can do for you while you are in the Philly area please don’t hesitate to let me know. Annamarie Walter

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