The Lazy Person's Guide to R£siim£s Okay, Let's See Some ID Every job you apply for will require a resume. Even prisons these days will ask to see a resume before they invest years of time, space, and resources in some unknown convict.
Author: Richard Herschlag
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Business & Economics
A guide for goldbricks with better things to do than their jobs covers such essential topics as the art of calling in sick, the no-sweat job search, and how to jazz up a shabby resume+a7. Original. 50,000 first printing.
Rich Herschlag Rich Herschlag's published books include Jack of All Trades (Northwest, 1994), Lay Low and Don't Make the Big Mistake (Simon & Schuster, 1997), The Interceptor (Ballantine, 1998), Women Are From Manhattan, ...
Author: Billy Staples
Category: Sports & Recreation
When authors Billy Staples and Rich Herschlag are asked to write a baseball column for The Trentonian, they decide to put their own stamp on it. Covering primarily Philadelphia and New York, they forego the dirt and seek out baseballs role models, well known and not so well known. They sidestep the steroids and find the stories of courage, dedication and humanity the mainstream press so often misses. Shortly after the All-Star break, another storyline develops. In Philadelphia, the 2008 World Champions are beginning to reemerge. Up the turnpike in New York, the Yankees are showing shades of their former selves from a decade earlier. One by one, division rivals fall by the wayside, and on October 25 only the Yanks and Phils remain standing. The Phillies-Yankees World Series is a battle of baseball titans. For Staples and Herschlagwho in their first full year get to cover it from field levelit is the ultimate reward for doing it their way.
... which specializes in the rehabilitation of residential and commercial buildings. Herschlag is the author of several books, including Jack of All Trades (Northwest, 1994), Lay Low and Don't Make the Big Mistake (Simon & Schuster, ...
Author: Bill Staples
Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Recounts the true childhood stories and lessons of some of baseball's greatest players, including Gary Carter, Ralph Kiner, Ferguson Jenkins, and Tony Gwynn.
Lay Low and Don't Make the Big Mistake: The Lazy Person's Guide to Success on the Job. New York: Fireside, 1997. Hersey, Rexford Brammer. Workers' Emotions in Shop and Home: A Study of Individual Workers from the Psychological and ...
Author: Tom Lutz
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
From the author of Crying, a witty, wide-ranging cultural history of our attitudes toward work—and getting out of it Couch potatoes, goof-offs, freeloaders, good-for-nothings, loafers, and loungers: ever since the Industrial Revolution, when the work ethic as we know it was formed, there has been a chorus of slackers ridiculing and lampooning the pretensions of hardworking respectability. Reviled by many, heroes to others, these layabouts stretch and yawn while the rest of society worries and sweats. Whenever the world of labor changes in significant ways, the pulpits, politicians, and pedagogues ring with exhortations of the value of work, and the slackers answer with a strenuous call of their own: "To do nothing," as Oscar Wilde said, "is the most difficult thing in the world." From Benjamin Franklin's "air baths" to Jack Kerouac's "dharma bums," Generation-X slackers, and beyond, anti-work-ethic proponents have held a central place in modern culture. Moving with verve and wit through a series of fascinating case studies that illuminate the changing place of leisure in the American republic, Doing Nothing revises the way we understand slackers and work itself.
His Lay Low and Don't Make the Big Mistake : The Lazy Person's Guide to Success on the Job includes tips about calling in sick , sprucing up a resume , and cutting corners on the job . HENDRICKSON , R. J. See JENSEN , Ruby Jean ...
“I only planned to lay low for a few days—to keep Andy safe while I figured out what to do. ... “I still don't get why you wouldn't take her with you. ... “Ryan told me he got you involved in something and that it was a big mistake.
Author: Lillian Duncan
Publisher: Pelican Ventures Book Group
Step into a world of intrigue, danger and romance. Discover how these contemporary women—sisters by choice—find strength in God and in the support of the men who love them. This Sisters by Choice Anthology includes a trilogy of novels by beloved author Lillian Duncan. DECEPTIONTwins are supposed to have an unbreakable bond, but Patti and Jamie have serious relationship issues. They haven’t spoken since Jamie ruined Patti’s upcoming nuptials years ago. When a niece she knows nothing about telephones, Patti must unravel the yarn of Jamie’s life and her mysterious disappearance.Detective Carter Caldwell takes his job seriously, and it's his job to keep Patti and her niece safe. But Patti is determined to help find her sister. As the investigation grows more dangerous, Carter begrudgingly admits the safest place for Patti is at his side. Each step in their journey leads them closer to the truth but pulls them further down a road filled with danger and deception, where each will battle for survival and the lives of countless Americans. BETRAYEDThe Witness Protection Program claims it can keep anyone safe if only the person follows the rules . . . so Maria follows the rules. Every rule. She gives up everything'her friends, her family, her past, even her name'to ensure her daughter has a future. Reborn as Veronica Minor, Maria struggles to build a new life amid the beauty of her flower shop in the sleepy little town of Sunberry, Ohio. A life where her daughter can have a happy normal childhood. A life where her daughter will never know that her father was a monster. When a child disappears, Veronica prays it has nothing to do with her past, but what if she's wrong? Not knowing whom to trust, she trusts no one . . . and that's her first mistake, because the nightmare isn't over'her dead husband just called from the grave.REDEMPTIONOthers may think Jamie Jakowski is a hero, but she knows differently. Haunted by her past, she seeks redemption by helping others in spite of the danger to herself. However, after almost orphaning her daughter, Jamie opts to retire. When a friend needs her, Jamie agrees to one last undercover operation. She is determined to reunite a heartbroken mother with her kidnapped son.Used to working alone, Jamie’s not happy when she’s assigned a partner. And after a failed operation and their failed romance, Enrique Rodriguez is the last person she wants to work with—ever.To succeed, Jamie must confront her past as well as the people who want her dead.
I told you to lay low. Girl, you made either a big mistake or a fantastic move.” “Mr. Benjamin, I can assure you that I haven't signed anything. I don't know the rules, neither do my friends. I would like you to sit in on my talks ...
Author: Robert Arnold
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
It was a D&D game. All the characters had some part in the story. K'NAT is real, and so are his wild friends.
... The opposition was quietly lying in wait for the incumbent to make hisfirst big mistake. This expression originally alluded to physical attacks and is now often used figuratively. [Mid-14005] Also see LAY FOR. lie low Also lay low.
Author: Christine Ammer
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Covering over ten thousand phrases, including "bite the bullet," "take the cake," and "buy the farm," a reference on common American vocabulary and idiomatic expressions defines each entry and provides a contextual sentence.
... INDUSTRY IN MAY O Marks of a Bad Boss If you catch yourself doing any of the following , stop and reconsider how you appear to your subordinates , write Brian Harris and Rich Herschlag in Lay Low and Don't Make the Big Mistake : The ...
Because they don't always play it safe, they are the pioneers of progress. Jim Burke put himself on the line ... Many thought that Burke was making a big mistake and encouraged him to lay low and let the public scare die down a little.
Author: Mike Thompson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
The go-to resource for business leaders who must succeed nomatter what the circumstances The world is rapidly changing and unpredictable, necessitatingleaders who adjust quickly to changing priorities and unfamiliarterrain. This book offers a blueprint for developing leaders whocan handle surprising challenges, from mergers to globalrelocation, and who thrive in turbulent times by being open to newconcepts, passionate about progress, and resourceful with the toolsavailable. Features three key traits of adaptable leaders: Driven byprogress, Sensationally curious, Vastly resourceful Reveals how to work across corporate cultures and leveragerelationships to overcome challenges Shows how to bypass the traditional leadership role and takenecessary risks to move forward Written for the business leader who can land in any environment,under any set of conditions, and find a way to fit in andsucceed.