Work Matters

by – Brent M. Jones (Author)

Insights & Strategies for Job Seekers in a Rapidly Changing Economy 

Available on Amazon

Book Description:

Are you looking for a career change and you don’t know where to begin?
If you’re ready to change your professional path, check out “Work Matters: Insights & Strategies for Job Seekers in a Rapidly Changing Economy.”


You’ll learn how to get a job you love (and pays you what you’re worth) regardless of the global economy, your age, or your life situation.
Brent M. Jones is a business executive and career development coach who developed strategies and motivated over 500 job seekers in the last few years to help them land their dream job. His personal experience and success within the business world has given him the uniquely human perspective behind building a career, and he is eager to share what he has learned.
In this quick and insightful read, you’ll discover how to…
✔️ Overcome the fear that is natural after losing a job.
✔️ Find the motivation to get a new job that is more aligned with your wants and needs, despite your age or the state of the world.
✔️ Assess your strengths and use them to your advantage.
✔️ Network effectively (so many job seekers are not networking or are doing it all wrong).
✔️ Handle the logistics of your job search.
✔️ Ace your next job interview.
✔️ How to find inspiration and motivation
✔️ How to channel your energy toward finding your true purpose, and then building a network
✔️ Stay relevant in your industry, rather than being just another commodity.

Ready to change your work and change your life? Then check out “Work Matters: Insights & Strategies for Job Seekers in a Rapidly Changing Economy” right now!

Reviews for the Book

Reviewed by Laura @TheBig Reads.com
Work Matter: Insights And Strategies For Job Seekers In This Rapidly Changing Economy - Brent M Jones.
Brent's "Work Matters" is a truly remarkable piece of work and it's a must-read for every job seeker. Brent shares his extensive experience and insights into the modern-day job market, company culture, and work environment, generously.
Rather than a few quick fixes like overhauling social media profiles or faking just to secure a job, in this book Brent offers a new and authentic approach to building a career in a tough and competitive job market. Having gone through job search, and job loss cycle several times, I found this book to be empowering. I love the way Brent explains the emotional and mental burden of job loss and how a person is feeling lonely and cornered after losing a job. I felt like he empowered me through empathy and step by step gets me ready for the job hunt as well as for my future job.
 He advises not to take events personally, explains how to use our strengths and weaknesses better, and understands the job market better. This alone made my job hunt thrice more effective. After reading "Work Matters", I feel I'm ready and empowered for the next opportunity than ever.
If you're looking for a book that offers a brutally honest view of the modern-day corporate environment and job market, and if you're looking to position yourself in a competitive environment this book is the perfect pick for you. Highly recommended!

About the Author: Brent M. Jones

Brent M. Jones is a business executive, career development coach, consultant, and a highly sought-after author. One of the candidates Brent counseled said about him: “Brent has an incredible way of saying what you need to hear. His perspective and guidance have been massively helpful, and I am grateful for the time he’s spent with me. He has a natural sense about people, and when he shares insight, it’s layer deep and full of pearls of wisdom, I highly recommend Brent.”

Early in his career, Brent founded his own entrepreneurial sales company that provides services in 15 Western states and assisted hundreds of young entrepreneurs set up and expand lucrative enterprises based on their passion and purpose. He also helped several large enterprises optimize their business operations, strategically grow their portfolios, and maximize gains.

Brent always had a knack for writing, and the drive to share his knowledge and experience inspired him to become an author. His books educate and motivate individuals struggling with their jobs and careers in this rapidly changing economy. They help them build confidence, self-assurance, healthy decision-making skills, encourage them to believe in their potential, and teach them how to reinvent themselves as a magnet of success in all areas of life by becoming the best version of themselves mentally, physically, and spiritually. Since the pandemic’s beginning, Brent has assisted over 500 clients in re-evaluating their career choices and acquiring skills to help them pursue their passion through multiple stages of his own career. Working one on one assisting people in finding new jobs, he realized the importance of networking and relationships in their genuine sense. His books and website prove how deeply he connects to people’s emotional aspects. He has carefully curated detailed and real-life insights on job-seeking with actionable advice.

Brent has accumulated in-depth experience as a career development coach and consultant with a high level of technical and commercial acumen and marketing flair demonstrated through an outstanding record of achievements. He is a leader and an adaptable individual with a proven ability to perform in a multi-cultural environment. His philosophy as a professional is to embrace difficulty to improve continuously and bring order to chaos. His skills and experience have enabled him to influence executives, key decision-makers, and highly technical resources. Brent aspires to devote his time, energy, and talents to support individuals in achieving their objectives and living a successful and inspirational life. His website reflects his passion and commitment towards his clients. On each page of his website, he has posted a header with thoughts like: “Be passionate about improving; Be Passionate about helping others; Listen to your feelings.”

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