You Need a Survival Guide for the Unemployed

Being unemployed can be terribly stressful and difficult. The Unemployment Survival Guide shows you how to turn a time of uncertainty and transition into a time of growth, re-evaluation, and redirection.

It’s a 196 pagebook by Jim Stringham and David R. Workman. And it doesn’t cost a lot.

The authors show you how to…

  • Escape video game overdose
  • Face Black Monday (and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, etc.)
  • Have fun for little or no money
  • Keep loved ones sane while you are jobless
  • Rid yourself of resentment
  • Explain job loss to children
  • Set a financial plan
How do you maintain self esteem and keep your sense of humor? How do you cope with a lower living standard? This could be the most important book you’ll read while you’re out of work. Because it’s short, getting through it won’t be a chore.

Get The Unemployment Survival Guide by clicking on the book’s title wherever you see it in this post. You’ll be taken to the page where it’s featured.

Why not get a copy for a friend who’s out of work. Or, if the unemployed person is you, all the best with getting back to work.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.