Showing posts from April, 2020

"Self Love" Out Now!

My newest book, Self Love, is out now! It utilizes meditation, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), self-esteem, and self-confidence raising techniques to assist the reader in developing a healthy level of self-esteem!

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Career Development Mastery: FREE ebook 4/9 - 4/13

Hey guys! My newest book, Career Development Mastery, will be free in the Kindle store from 4/9 through 4/13 so get it while it's hot off the virtual press!

Working At Home Amid Covid-19: What Options Are Available?


If you've just begun your work-at-home search, you are likely feeling confused and overwhelmed by all the options out there. How do you know what's legitimate? How do you avoid the scams? Are there really jobs you can do from home? Yes!

These days among the COVID-19 outbreak, a record number of people are facing job loss.

So many people are happily working from home, and you can too. You just have to know where to look. This article will explain the types of work you can do at home, which basically fall into four categories:

Working for an Employer - (This is often called "telecommuting.") There are many legitimate companies that hire people to work from their home offices, and that number is growing every day. Employers are seeing the benefits of having employees work remotely, and many more will join these ranks in the future. (See our list of companies that hire telecommuters.) Some companies will hire you as an a…

Can I Work At Home With No Experience?


These days with the Coronavirus, job layoffs are becoming incredibly frequent. Some experts even say unemployment may soar to 32%.

I see this question asked pretty frequently, and today I'd like to offer some tips about how to get started working at home when you have no experience.

- Consider the experience you do have, whether it's work or life related. Chances are you know how to do SOMETHING, even if you haven't done it in a job capacity. See if you can find jobs that would use the knowledge you have, or at least touch on them in some way.

- Aim for "easier" jobs to begin with, like outbound telemarketing. Most of the ads I see for those jobs don't require experience, they will teach you everything you need to know. Granted, these are usually commission-based jobs, but sometimes they do offer a small salary too. If anything, you could work this job for a few months to get experience, and then apply for o…

5 Ways You Can be Prepared When Facing a Job Loss


Are rumors circulating throughout your workplace that there may be downsizing, a lay-off or merger?  Are you scared and don’t know what to do? These 5 tips can help you feel more in control of your financial situation:

1. Take a long, hard look at your monthly bills.  Are in up to your neck in debt? Now is the time to tighten your belt and try to get a handle on the interest rates you are currently paying.  Can you pay down some of your debt right away? Transfer to another, lower rate credit card? Should you refinance your mortgage or home equity loan?  Now would be the time to take care of this, not after you’ve received your pink slip.

2. What can you trim in your monthly budget? Stop buying those lattes every morning and save about $80 in one month.  Rent a DVD instead of going to the movies.  You are the only one who can decide what you can and cannot live without, but these are two good examples of the latter. Cut back on your d…