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Jobwise 150 Tips to Help You Survive and Thrive in Your Career

ISBN-10: 0471643874

ISBN-13: 9780471643876

Edition: 1999

Authors: Steve Klein

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Packed with tips and strategies which can be digested one-by-one or devoured all at once, this book contains a wealth of information and recommendations for getting and keeping the job you want.
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List price: $21.95
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/29/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

Bio – Steve Klein1968 – 1970, Infantry, USMC, Team Leader, Translator Republic of Viet Nam, Combined Action Program . Hunted down cells of Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army – as an 18/19 year old – learned how CELLS operate which is how the Muslim CELLS in America operate today.1970 – 1977 USMC paid for my college, I earned a Regular Commission in the USMC, less than 10% of the USMC officers earn this honor. Served as Communications officer with the 3rd Battalion 5th Marines as a unit commander and also Battalion Battle Planning Staff Officer – where we began practicing for Desert Storm, executed 14 years later.1977 – Current, Self Employed Businessman, Insurance Brokerage and Farrier.Fields of knowledge and endeavor.1. Political Science of the Founding Fathers centering on Anglo-American law as summed up by William Blackstone and the Founding Founders. 2. Implementing First Amendment Educational Outreaches – Educating the general public about the Biblical, Anglo-American Basis of our Charter Documents: Mayflower Compact, Declaration of Independence, Northwest Ordinance of 1787 and U.S. Constitution minus slavery. We have done this about 1500 times – have sued several jurisdictions breaching our First Amendment Rights.3. With 9/11 2001 I immersed myself with Islam in America – went to every major Mosque in SoCal with Arabic speaking Christians as translators and uncovered useful information about many Mosques being the head quarters of terrorism in America. (NOTE: I will not give their locations as CELLS operate outside of provable information – this is how CELLS survive.)4. Contracted with USMC, IMEF – to teach Marines Arabic and Islamic Philosophy – fired by the USMC as I taught the TRUTH about Mohammed and how Muslim soldiers and leaders follow his murderous example. I was paid $500 an hour and was told by the IMEF operations officer, "Mr. Klein, you may be correct about Mohammed, but I have been commanded by the Pentagon that I must be PC … and PC I will be. I politely told the Colonel that I would not comply and was fired.5. My son survived a suicide blast by listening to me about Islam and rescued 9 U.S. soldiers by killing a number of Muslim soldiers in Iraq and applying his medic skills to even save a Captain with his arm severed by the suicide bomber. 6. I am currently working with young Soldiers and Marines back from Iraq and Afghanistan to teach them the TRUE fundamentals of our Anglo-American Heritage.7. I host Wake up America with about 30,000,000 viewers at www.atvsat.com 90% of the viewers are Muslims; 10% are Christians … I expose the Muslim Brotherhood succeeding in America with the help of high ranking Republicans, Democrats, Conservatives and Liberals. The show is at 5 PM, PST on Thursdays. Favorite quotes – Those who don't know history are forced to repeat it and My People are Destroyed for a lack of knowledge, Hosea 4:6.Born 1950, married to Lorraine since 1970 – Son, 29 year old Sergeant First Class, United States Army, led hunter killer team in Iraq as I did in Viet Nam, served in Afghanistan and Bosnia, married with son and daughter. Married Daughter, degree in Math, son and daughter lives with husband on 107 year old farm in Washington.CAPs seldom used costly supporting arms fire, had a high "kill" ratio relative to the size of the unit. According to LTC James H. Champion, USMC (Ret.); "In April and May 1969, 1st CAG killed 440 VC or NVA, and 1st CAG was killing more NVA than the entire 101st Airborne Division. 1st CAG had about 400 Marines and sailors at the time[citation needed]. Elsewhere in his article he states: “From 1966 until 30 June 1969 they {CAP NCOs} lead small units which killed over 4400 VC/ NVA.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combined_Action_Program

Preface
Acknowledgements
How to Use Personal Promotion to Advance Your Career
Play Your Business Cards Right
Master the Art of Mingling
Send Your Boss a Newsletter
A Little Help from Your Friends
Wear A "Personal Trademark"
You Have to Plan to Win!
Make Libraries and Bookstores Your Best Friends
Writing a Great Letter of Application
Promote Yourself with a Living Resume
Invest Your Spare Time Wisely
The Power of a Genuine Smile
Shaking Your Way to the Top
Turn Co-Workers into Cheerleaders
Staying Out of the Resume Trashcan
Life's a Pitch!!
Getting Your Calls Returned
Be with People Who Love to Win
Leave Your Mark with a Bookmark
The Reason Angels Can Fly
Working a Room
Meetings that Matter
How to Impress Someone You Don't Know
Know Thy Enemy
Look, Think, and Act Like a Winner
"Thy Word is Thy Bond"
Two Minutes to Shine
Never Forget the Law of 250
Dress to Impress
The Art of Voice Management
Share Your Victories
The Golden Rules for Working
Add a "Personal Signature" to Your Work
Treat Your References with Respect
How to Get People to Like You
Lessons from "The Art of War"
Talk to People
Extraordinary, "Non-ordinary" Business Cards
Goin' the Extra Mile for that New Job
How to Prepare An Irresistible Sales Brochure
How to Improve Your Performance on the Job
Turn Voice Mail into Action Mail
How to Make Successful Sales Calls
Without Data, You're Just Another Opinion
Thank-you Notes Are Like Diamonds
Overcoming Speech Fright
"People First" Planning
Turn Your E-Mail Address into a Marketing Tool
"Hi, Bill, Nice to Meet You!"
Everybody Needs Good News
Being "Letter Perfect"
Stick to Your Customers--Like Glue
Make Friends With Your Customers
The Warm and Friendly Follow-up
Making Change Work For You
E-Mail Etiquette
The More You Plant, the Greater Your Harvest
Putting Your Walls to Work
Even Great Ideas Need to Be Sold
If You Don't Ask...
Everybody's in Sales
Turn E-Mail into "Effective Mail"
If It's Easy to Read, It's Easy to Remember
Overcoming the New Job Jitters
The "Red Carpet Telephone Treatment"
Boosting Sales Without Boosting Expenses
Use the Magic of Press Releases
Pink Slip Etiquette
Sales Proposals Made Easy
Leading Through Change
The Art of Imagining
Exceptional Employees = Exceptional Companies
Appreciating Good Work
How to Use Career Self-Defense Moves to Stay Employed
"Career Mistake #1"
What to Do After "Bad News from the Boss"
Protect Yourself from Idea Thieves
Don't Forget Your Office Party Etiquette
"Thanks, Boss"
Do Your Homework Before You Start Class
Staying Happily Employed Year After Year
Problems are Windows of Opportunity
Set Up Your Career "Safety Deposit Box"
Dodging Those Downsizing Bullets
Keep a Personal Scrapbook
It's the Little Things that Count
"Dig a Well Before You're Thirsty"
Act Like a "Free Agent"
Winning Your Boss's "Appraisal Game"
Are You Ready to be Downsized?
Be a Winner, Not a Whiner
Bulletproofing Your Job
Get Rid of the "It's Not My Job" Syndrome
The Best Defense Is A Good Offense
What to Do if You Get the Ax
Get the Law on Getting Downsized
Treat Your Boss Like Your Best Customer
Checking the "Vital Signs" of Your Company
Leaving a Positive Final Impression
Beating the Restructuring Blues
"Headhunter" Dos and Don'ts
Installing Some Career Shock Absorbers
Revitalizing Your Career
Turn What You Know Best into Cash
Beating the "Bad Boss Blues"
Attitude! Attitude! Attitude!
Picking a New Career After Asking the Right Questions
The Right Way to Resign from a Job
Begin It and the Work Will Be Completed
Practice Kaizen
"We're All in This, Alone"
How to Develop a Positive Attitude and Build a Successful Career
Do You Have a Mission Statement?
The Hidden Secret of Career Success
Goose Power--Nothing to Honk About!
Know How to Fail Successfully
Growth Opens the Door to the Circle of Life
The Secret to the Right Path
Accentuate the Positive
Treat Your Mind Like a Garden
Are You Laying Bricks--Or Building Cathedrals?
Believe in the Believers
Love the Stuff You Do!
Winners Visualize Success
You Are What You Think
Our Greatest Gift is Today
You Can't Go Forward with Your Brakes On
Optimism: The Secret Ingredient for Success
Every Morning is a New Gift
Success Starts with Setting the Right Goals
How to Avoid Stress
The Ten Commandments of Self-Confidence
Making the Impossible Possible
Say "Yes" to Life!
"The Victor"
Lessons from Hamlet
When Managed Well, It's All "Small Stuff"
What is Life?
Take Personal Time-Outs
You Gotta Take that First Step
It's How You Do It that Counts
You Gotta Avoid Toxic People
Take Control of Your Destiny
E Stands for Enthusiasm!
Turning Bad Times into Good
Take Some Laughter Tonic
Dream and Dream Big
When All Else Fails, Just "Go For It"
The Cowboy's Story
Taking Charge of Your Mind
Thinking Outside the Box
Begin With the End in Mind
Don't Give Up
The Resolution to Succeed