Career Success Without a Real Job: The Career Book for People Too Smart to Work in Corporations provides guidance for all those "organizationally averse" individuals who want to gain courage to escape the corporate world so that they don't have to spend the rest of their lives trapped working in a cubicle. This revolutionary career book challenges and inspires people to create their own dream job or operate an unconventional business with which they can make a great living. Positive, lively, and captivating, this career guide is designed to help ambitious and creative people live an extraordinary lifestyle that is the envy of the corporate world!
Ernie gives an overview of the book:
ISBN 9-Digit: 0969419473
ISBN 13-Digit: 9780969419471
This is the second edition of this book, which was first called Real Success Without a Real Job: There Is No Life Like It. [This book was written after my best-selling retirement book, How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free] As you can see, I have changed the title somewhat and the subtitle a lot for this new edition. The biggest change, however, is in Chapter 7, which was originally devoted to friendship. Although friendship is an important element of success, I decided that a chapter on how to make money on the Internet would better serve people who would like to escape the lack of fun at work in a corporation and happily make a living without a real job or a retirement job instead.
Table of Contents from Career Success Without a Real Job
Chapter 1: Life Without a Real Job Will Set You Free
Chapter 2: Unreal Jobs — So Many Worlds; What to Do?
Chapter 3: Extraordinary Success Is Achieved by Ordinary People
Chapter 4: Get Creative — You Will Surprise Yourself and Change the World!
Chapter 5: It’s Not Just an Unreal Job — It’s a Real Business!
Chapter 6: Prosperity Comes When You Do the Right Things with Your Life
Chapter 7: The Work Model for eople Too rosperous to Do Mornings
Chapter 8: It’s All in How You lay the Game, Isn’t It?
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