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Fireproof Your Job

If lose your job, you will be in big trouble. Your job is your single most important investment, because it supplies most of your wealth.

This department begins with a premise: Nobody's job is safe.

Can your company do without you? Probably. The tighter the economy gets, the truer this will be.

Fact: Your company can do without you a lot easier than you can do without your company.

This department is dedicated to simple but practical strategies for reducing your risk of getting fired. What you read here will get you raises in good times. These are not good times. They are likely to get worse.

I discuss the number-one strategy to keep your job here.

The most valuable benefit of this site for someone whose job is at risk is the Q&A forum, Job, Calling, and Career. Here, you can discuss self-defense strategies and tactics.

Begin with this premise: "It could happen to me." Now take specific, systematic steps to see that it doesn't happen.

Anyone who spends time studying his investments should spend twice as much time figuring out ways to make his job fireproof.

If you make a mistake in your investments, it won't create an immediate major crisis in your life. If you get fired, you will be facing a major crisis.

Fireproof Your Job With a Book
Bill Myers - October 19, 2015
So, you want to keep your job. You want to position yourself as an expert. Now is the time -- before the recession. Myers shows you how. keep reading

Adopt This Pre-Recession Job-Protection Strategy Now
Gary North - October 14, 2015
What looks safe today will not be safe six months into the next recession. keep reading

The Next Recession and Your Job Stress
Gary North - August 11, 2015
If you think job stress is high now, just wait. keep reading

Become a Linchpin or Else Live in Fear of Software
Gary North - July 02, 2015
You must move into the top 20%. Then move higher. keep reading

Why This Is the Most Important Department on This Site . . . for Me
Gary North - June 26, 2015
If you read only one department, read this one. keep reading

Weekend Conferences: A Cost-Benefit Analysis
Gary North - June 26, 2015
Count the cost . . . the whole cost. Few people do this systematically. Let me show you how. keep reading

Create a Video Course to Build Your Reputation
Gary North - June 25, 2015
I suggest three topics. keep reading

Fireproof Your Job with Your Own "Industry Expert" Blog Site: $60 a Year
Gary North - June 20, 2015
This will get you on the short list for "don't fire this guy." keep reading

Using the Pareto Curve as a Guide to Your Performance
Gary North - May 13, 2015
How good is "good enough"? When? keep reading

Night Shift
Gary North - May 12, 2015
Would you do this as a career? keep reading

On Making Yourself Indispensable
Alpha - May 04, 2015
A site member has a strategy. keep reading

Reserves in a Recession
Gary North - March 27, 2015
Do you have any? If not, how are you going to get them between now and the next recession? keep reading

Moore's Law and Unemployment
Gary North - March 25, 2015
Intel giveth, and Microsoft taketh away. keep reading

How Older Guys Can Cut Off Youth at the Pass
Gary North - March 13, 2015
If you are older, you had better be systematic about implementing this strategy. Predators pick off older members of the herd. keep reading

Ghost Ships Are Being Designed Today
Gary North - February 26, 2015
It's bad news for Somali pirates. keep reading

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