Whether you are recently fired or laid off, an empty-nester who is re-entering the workforce, an entrepreneur who is looking for a way to network, a person seeking his or her first job, going through a divorce or simply someone who is setting new life goals, in STARTING OVER: 25 RULES WHEN YOUVE BOTTOMED OUT Gannon, a successful executive who once lost everything, gives you the strategies, tactics, and suggestions to pull yourself together when all youve worked for has vanished and you need to regroup and plunge ahead.Here are 25 Simple Rules that are proven and practical strategies for success including:Rule #1 Begin with the End in Mind and Sketch that Vision on Paper. Instead of thinking about the things that worry you, start repeatedly seeing yourself at the End of your dream. Make a list of these goals review and update frequently and before you know it you will have accomplished them. This Chapter ends with Ten Key Questions to Help You Begin with the End in Mind.Rule #2 Find a Mentor in an Offbeat Place. Seek mentors who have not had it easy, those who have mounted insurmountable odds. They dont have to be CEOs just someone who is interested in helping you. Someone who has done what you want to accomplish. This Chapter holds Five Steps on How to Find the Right Mentor for You.Rule #3 Surround Yourself with People Who Possess Your Weaknesses as Their Strength and Give the Glory Away. This Chapter includes a four point list on How to Fill in Your Weakness Gaps.Mary Lee Gannon is living proof that one can turn his or her life by embracing new challenges and her remarkable road and keys to success are chronicled in STARTING OVER: 25 RULES WHEN YOUVE BOTTOMED OUT.
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25 Rules When You've Bottomed Out