Jennifer Raschig

Biography

Jennifer Raschig is an author, speaker, business consultant and professional organizer. With almost 20 years in leadership positions, she is experienced with creating order out of chaos for people and processes in the business world. Raschig realized that above all, her passion was in helping others relieve stress. Now, she is able to do this every day through her writing, speaking and coaching efforts. She has obtained degrees in Business Management and Accounting and is the author of Living Within Your Means: A practical guide to financial freedom. She lives with her husband and teenage boys in southeastern Wisconsin. To reach Jennifer, visit www.jenniferraschig.com.

Smashwords Interview

What are you working on next?
I have a couple of projects in play right now. First, I will be revising my first book, Living Within Your Means: A practical guide to financial freedom. It was written almost 3 years ago and needs to be updated with the latest financial information and resources. Second, I think I'll be creating an edition of my newest book, Succeeding Without Leading geared towards recent college graduates, as the advice and steps to take will be somewhat different than someone who might already be in an established job.
Who are your favorite authors?
I read a variety of work, so I'm not sure I have a favorite. I read both non-fiction and fiction... pretty much anything that looks interesting to me.
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Books

Succeeding Without Leading
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 28,020. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2019. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Careers / job hunting, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Personal success
Do you find yourself stuck in a job that feels like it’s a dead-end? Have you gotten passed over for promotion yet again? How great would it feel if you could determine the best path for your personal success? Succeeding Without Leading guides you through finding your own version of success and best job fit without feeling like you need to keep moving up the proverbial ladder.

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