Everyone seeks employment at some point in their life, and finding the perfect job takes certain skills. This e-book is the perfect guide to help anyone find the job that’s right for them – in the current economy or in the future.
For just $2.99, The Difference Between Being a Tool & Having the Tools will prepare you to be the best applicant an employer could ask for. Get an edge over other applicants with tips only years of experience in the industry can teach.
Reviews for The Difference Between Being a Tool & Having the Tools
Michael’s book is a quick read, and his direct style makes it zip right along. It’s clear that Michael has a lot of experience dealing with job applicants, and he shares the good (and often the bad) in memorable anecdotes throughout the book. His goal is to make sure that jobseekers are aware of how even the smallest things can make a huge difference in networking, interviewing, and getting a job. I work with many jobseekers and will enthusiastically recommend his book to them! – Susan Baier
This book is a must read for anyone searching for a job in today’s market. The author does an outstanding job of combining his real-world experience with a to-the-point writing style. – D. Bryant
Michael covers the good, the bad, and the ugly in today’s job market. His no nonsense approach and sometimes-you-just-have-to-laugh-at-it stories combine for an enjoyable, but very informative, read. As someone who is re-entering the workforce I found it to be a very valuable tool. No pun intended! – Kathy B.
This book is a home run! Mr. Hayes really knows what he is talking about and it really shows! You will have a lot more tools that will help you get that job and in this economy, that is really needed. – Sandy
This book is the easiest read ever. I had it finished in less than 30 minutes. I laughed, I nodded my head a lot and felt like I learned a lot about what interviewers really think when they face a job seeker. Get this book for your high school and college grads or that person who just got laid off or is looking to change careers. Tons of common sense that makes sense in this new economy where it is harder to get a job. – C. Risch
This book was so easy to read and understand. It had real world solutions on how to “sell yourself” and to come across as an asset to any company you interview with. – Sheila
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