Re: Career Change Reference...

Subject: Re: Career Change Reference...
From: "Michael A. Lewis" <lewism -at- BRANDLE -dot- COM -dot- AU>
Date: Sat, 1 Nov 1997 01:50:15 +1100

Smokey Lynne L Bare wrote:
>
> ...I have come across a book which might be of interest to the
> subscribers who are considering changing jobs voluntarily or
> unvoluntarily (reorg, downsizing, and so on). Though the title is
> deceiving...$100,000+ income...the concepts and suggestions covered by
> the author are true to any economic structure.
>
> The book, "Rites of Passage at $100,000+, A Guide to Executive
> Job-Changing" is written by John Lucht. ISBN - 0942785-21-5. You may
> wish to make sure you are ordering the most current version, as I know
> there is another one after this copy, I believe. It covers some very
> good points on handling your personal career planning
> strategies...especially for those of us who really don't take a good look
> at how to get where we really want to be....
>
> The best part, I found, was the section on dealing with 'politics' in
> companies....one can never learn enough interpersonal skill sets as to
> how to handle those issues. Happy reading!
>
> Smokey Lynne

Of course, the key income-generating activity here is to write a book
telling other people how to become rich. Technical communicators should
be able to diversify into that market quite easily. (Thanks, Smok -- I
needed that.)
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