Now that that is out of the way…
I’ve been working on a new project. It was inspired by parts of many conversations I’ve had over the last couple of years. This will be my next book, hopefully in print by the end of this year (or early in 2012). I’m really hustling on it.
In part, it was inspired by Dick Bolles, author of the mega-best-seller What Color Is Your Parachute. Dick impressed the idea on me that as we (as speakers, authors, etc.) show people their alternatives, we give them hope. I thought back to my job search when I felt all my alternatives had dried up, and how hopeless and out of control I felt.
When I got the idea for JibberJobber, which was an alternative, I know the hope I had, and exuded, was like night and day.
In part, this book was inspired by people I’ve talked to, after my presentations, about what they are doing, or what they could do, to earn some money “on the side.”
In part, this book was inspired by Robert Allen, and his book Multiple Streams of Income.
In part, this book was inspired by Timothy Ferris (4 Hour Work Week), who shares examples of people who are doing it (he calls their businesses their “muses“), and GaryVee (Gary Vaynerchuk), who included 4 killer ideas at the back of his book, Crush It.
In part, this book is inspired by the stories I hear about, and read about, of people who are ready to take the plunge and JUST DO IT. One in particular came from DOBA founder, about the dude who wanted to clean his garbage cans, and ended up making more per day than some make per week.
101 Alternatives to a Real Job is a book about hope. It’s about alternatives. It’s about ideas. The message is “these people are doing it, and maybe you can, too.”
Whether that means you start a business with the potential to make thousands each month, or just a hobby that makes a few hundred bucks a month.
I want to take the inspiration I’ve gotten from my audiences over the years and share it with millions of people… people who’s hope has been gone for a long time. People who have been told there’s only one way to a good career.
This book shows 101 alternatives to that old definition of a “good career.”
Alternatives and options = Hope.
If you want to preorder, email me and let me know how you want to pay. I’ll reply back with the options (check, Paypal, credit card)
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2 thoughts on “101 Alternatives to a Real Job”
New book sounds intereresting! I’m going to want a copy so that I can share the concepts with some of the job seekers I work with. I trust it be like other books Jason as written – – straight forward, on point and understandable.
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