In today's competitive economy, everything about work has changed, except for the ways we go about trying to find it.
Our reliance on the use of traditional job-search strategies and tactics in this new environment is the equivalent of "fighting the last war" and all too often it has disappointing, and even disastrous, results. Most of us sense this, but we don't know what else to do.
Finding work today calls for more than the basic job-search practices universally
advocated. It requires that people know their own value and be able to articulate it clearly.
Ground of Your Own Choosing is a clear, concise guide to a new kind of work security, one not dependent on any particular job, but on a person's own capacity to generate work (read Amazon.com reviews).
It offers a compelling rationale for why it is necessary to change your thinking and provides practical steps, supported by real life stories, for taking action.