I Wasn't Fired. I'm on Vacation, Consulting Starting A Business.

Have you ever been fired? Know someone who has or is currently looking for work? There are few things as scary and painful as being fired or let go. This book, written from both a male and female perspective, will make you laugh, give you hope, and offer some helpful advice from those who have been there and learned the hard way not to listen to experts.

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About Gary Blum

Gary Blum is the co-author of “Stop Hurting Me. I Don’t Buy It.” A serious book that reveals the 5 secrets to true happiness and success and “I Wasn’t Fired, I’m Consulting, which is a humorous look at the trials and tribulations of being fired. Gary is an ad guy at heart.” As long as he can remember, he always asked the question “Why do people do what they do?” Gary can be serious one moment, but just as quickly find humor and snap shots of happiness in the next. Gary grew up during the “The Wonder Years” in suburbia and attended The State University of Binghamton. 



John Greenburg
 co-authored “Stop Hurting Me.” An Acclaimed author, John is a “baby boomer” who relocated to Florida after decades in the Chicago area. John is a sports historian who has spoken at the College Football Hall of Fame and has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows around the nation, giving his views on everything from the NFL Lockout to Jackie Robinson. His other books include: Captain Courageous: My True Story, The Grand Old Man: Amos Alonzo Stagg and Visa Denied.

“j” Co-authored “I Wasn’t Fired.” At various points in her working life, including a stint as a writer for Comedy Central, “j” and her freelance friends have been downsized, outsourced, and restructured out of their jobs, and into the exciting world of “I’ll do anything for a buck.” She has waitressed, bartended, sold oil and vinegar at farmer’s markets, posed naked for college art classes, and on one memorable occasion, ghostwrote the memoirs of a Labradoodle. She lives in the Hamptons, where you are not allowed to rent or buy unless you have a least one unpublished novel mellowing in your desk drawer. “j” has two. In her spare time, she stares moodily into the ocean, attempting to look like a tortured artist. When she’s not staring into the ocean, she is at home with her family - a very patient husband, two amazing kids who make her laugh, two dogs (one is the Einstein of dogs, the other is the dumb blonde of dogs), and her 86-year-old mother, who curses like a sailor. As of this writing, they are all looking for jobs.

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