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Do you want more exciting career opportunities? Are you a boss who wants to find your company's next superstar? Do you want to stand out and be recognized for your talens by your peers and management? Peter Fogel will show you how to reinvent yourself and unleash our "Inner Entrepreneur" so you can quickly attract challenges that are more meaningful, be in demand, and yes- Do you want more exciting career opportunities? Are you a boss who wants to find your company's next superstar? Do you want to stand out and be recognized for your talens by your peers and management? Peter Fogel will show you how to reinvent yourself and unleash our "Inner Entrepreneur" so you can quickly attract challenges that are more meaningful, be in demand, and yes--make more money at your job! Using "The Reinvention Guy's" step-by-step system you will discover how to rejuvenate your passion, repackage yourself, take control of your financial future, leap over your competition… all without leaving your present employment! In addition, bosses and workers will gain new insight on how to syergistically work together so as to create more profits for their business. In this volume, you will learn 27 proven career-building techniques to: CREATING a powerful Contribution Statement that'll keep you on track to reaching all your important goals; BRANDING yourself into the hearts and minds of your compan's decision makes so you become their go-to person. DEVELOPING your Unique Selling Proposition that makes you indispensible to your boss and supervisors.


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Do you want more exciting career opportunities? Are you a boss who wants to find your company's next superstar? Do you want to stand out and be recognized for your talens by your peers and management? Peter Fogel will show you how to reinvent yourself and unleash our "Inner Entrepreneur" so you can quickly attract challenges that are more meaningful, be in demand, and yes- Do you want more exciting career opportunities? Are you a boss who wants to find your company's next superstar? Do you want to stand out and be recognized for your talens by your peers and management? Peter Fogel will show you how to reinvent yourself and unleash our "Inner Entrepreneur" so you can quickly attract challenges that are more meaningful, be in demand, and yes--make more money at your job! Using "The Reinvention Guy's" step-by-step system you will discover how to rejuvenate your passion, repackage yourself, take control of your financial future, leap over your competition… all without leaving your present employment! In addition, bosses and workers will gain new insight on how to syergistically work together so as to create more profits for their business. In this volume, you will learn 27 proven career-building techniques to: CREATING a powerful Contribution Statement that'll keep you on track to reaching all your important goals; BRANDING yourself into the hearts and minds of your compan's decision makes so you become their go-to person. DEVELOPING your Unique Selling Proposition that makes you indispensible to your boss and supervisors.

24 review for Reboot Your Career: 27 Ways to Reinvent Yourself in the Workplace (If You Still Have a Job!)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Blog on Books

    With the economy in the doldrums and unemployment seemingly unable to break though that nine percent floor, what better time for a book on re-engineering yourself for a career improvement. And while Fogel’s book focuses on those that have jobs moving up through the ranks (your inner intrapreneur), his advice is bound to help anyone who wants to get ahead in the business world. While Fogel doesn’t necessarily cover a lot of topics that would be considered new to the discussion (time management, se With the economy in the doldrums and unemployment seemingly unable to break though that nine percent floor, what better time for a book on re-engineering yourself for a career improvement. And while Fogel’s book focuses on those that have jobs moving up through the ranks (your inner intrapreneur), his advice is bound to help anyone who wants to get ahead in the business world. While Fogel doesn’t necessarily cover a lot of topics that would be considered new to the discussion (time management, self assessment, modeling, learning new skills, etc.) it is the detail and delivery of the information that works so effectively. Like most authors, he comes up with some of his own branded techniques (the F.R.A.M.E. method, crating a Mastermind group, etc.) as well. By detailing the steps necessary to achieve each chapter’s goals thru specific action plans (delegation, how to shred email, getting to work early even mastering the art of the two minute shower!), Fogel delivers a tight yet comprehensive gameplan for getting on the fast track to success. The fact that the author was a one time stand-up comic and television comedy writer helps the words go down easy and combined with his experience on the business lecture circuit (where he appears as “the Reinvention Guy”), he seems to have a comfortable bedside manner that helps make the messages sink in. While not the first book to tackle the topic of career success, “Reboot Your Career: 27 Ways to Reinvent Yourself in the Workplace” is as much of a useful, punchy (and fun) read as any book we’ve seen on the subject lately – even if you just enjoy it for the comics!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Karen Ireland-Phillips

    Mr. Fogel, a motivational speaker and former comic (more on that in a minute), creates a pastiche from the considerable literature of self-help, job search, motivation and entrepreneurial advice to argue that advancement is possible, even in this economy, if one acts as though one’s already promoted.[return]Right off the bat, I hugely dislike the typesetting in this book. The publisher (I suspect the publisher is also the author) uses a relatively small typeface. Then, each sentence is surrounde Mr. Fogel, a motivational speaker and former comic (more on that in a minute), creates a pastiche from the considerable literature of self-help, job search, motivation and entrepreneurial advice to argue that advancement is possible, even in this economy, if one acts as though one’s already promoted.[return]Right off the bat, I hugely dislike the typesetting in this book. The publisher (I suspect the publisher is also the author) uses a relatively small typeface. Then, each sentence is surrounded by a sea of white: double-spaced breaks. The effect is less than attractive, distracting, and difficult to read. [return]I understand why the author included the disclaimer “If You Still Have A Job”. For one thing, how-to books on getting a job abound. Yet I found parts of this applicable not only to improving one’s work situation, but to a job search and even (gasp) self-employment. [return]Some of Mr. Fogel’s tongue in cheek humor is anything but subtle. “Yes! I am giving YOU the authority to to change your situation! And I must be serious, because I just italicized that last sentence.” (p. 37). Often it reads as though he’s just re-writing his speech notes. I hope the lame humor works better in person than on the page.[return]Some of his assertions made me wince. “finding a mentor or Mastermind Group is a lot like dating the right girl” (p.89). Really? And in an anecdote where he describes a woman who is changing careers she is “a stunning woman who was a pediatrician” and “a stunning looking pediatrician” (p. 89) within three sentences. [I have erased five different descriptions of my reaction to that overt sexism. Let’s just say – speechless.][return]Mr. Fogel occasionally lapses into circular arguments. My favorite was “One of the main reasons I reinvented myself was because I wanted to be in control of my destiny. To be in control of my destiny, I knew I had to soak in new specialized knowledge that would allow me to leap over my competition in the quest for clients. [white space redacted] It was my desire for specialized knowledge that allowed me to learn an in-demand, financially viable skill!” (p. 154)[return]Lapses in grammar (“Is your present situation, like that?” p. 162) also call into question Mr. Fogel’s career as a “editorialist, direct mail copywriter, information marketer”. [return]Most of the heavy-handed advice seems to be common sense to me, but there are pieces worth keeping. And finally - how couldn’t I love a recommended reading list that *begins* with Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Allizabeth Collins

    Description:[return] Reboot Your Career: 27 Ways to Reinvent Yourself in the Workplace... (If You Still Have a Job!) by Peter J. Fogel does just what it promises. It motivates the reader to try 27+ ways to make their job, as well as their life, more managed, meaningful, and exciting; not to mention less stressful. These steps include: finding out what you are passionate about/ what goals you have, making yourself into the person you want to be, managing your time and money, learning to network, Description:[return] Reboot Your Career: 27 Ways to Reinvent Yourself in the Workplace... (If You Still Have a Job!) by Peter J. Fogel does just what it promises. It motivates the reader to try 27+ ways to make their job, as well as their life, more managed, meaningful, and exciting; not to mention less stressful. These steps include: finding out what you are passionate about/ what goals you have, making yourself into the person you want to be, managing your time and money, learning to network, and generally, reinventing yourself in order to get to where, and who, you want to be. Basically, it's an easy to understand self-help book for anyone, (employed or unemployed), that wants to make it further in, and be more happy with, their career.[return][return]Review:[return] After graduation, I myself am unemployed; so when I saw the chance to read and review 'Reboot Your Career...' I jumped at it! Peter Fogel's tips are very well organized, as well as helpful; written in a way that is simple for readers to understand and implement in their daily lives. The chapters are short and to the point, with a little humor to ease the way through more detail heavy material. The comics were a surprise, funny, but related to the sections they were in. I appreciated that the book's overall tone was that of motivation, optimism, and a do-it-yourself attitude; I dislike when other self-help books talk down to the reader. None of the tips are extreme, in contrast most of them are very simple, it's just about being able to stick with them. Overall, I liked Peter Fogel's approach to self-reinvention, and feel that it is a good book for anyone,with or without a job, to have on their desk.[return][return]Rating: On the Run (4/5)[return][return]*** I received this book from LibraryThing Member Giveaways (Frederick Fell Publishers) in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Fullfaun Faun

    Very good and easy read. Has LOADS Of advice. I will read this book again. I skipped to the chapters that I need right now.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Emily (Heinlen) Davis

    Easy to read. Interesting tips. Simple writing. Excellent comics. Overall, a helpful book for anyone who wants to reinvent his/her life or become happier in his/her current position.

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    Mel

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    Peter Fogel

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    Duoglass

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    Anthony

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    Shazad Ahmad

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