It's called The Psychology of Job Hunting but it's really about the fear of cold calling and networking.
It's focus is self-image and boundary issues. That doesn't sound interesting but I tried to make it very colloquial and enjoyable to read.
I've been reading it myself again and I think some areas could use improvement so I'm interesting in getting feedback from readers who disagree with what I've said or the way I've said it.
You don't need a Kindle to read it. You can download free software that allows you to read it on any device.
I set up a web page for it at Psychology of Job Hunting. com
You can read the first dozen or so pages for free on Amazon. Click Look Inside!
To read my first review - click here - I have to admit that I started arguing my case with her but I won't do that with you.
NOTE: Corey Feldman tells me that there are formatting errors and Pam Claughton was kind enough to point out a glaring typo on the 3rd page so I will be uploading a cleaned up version soon. I'm reading it on Kindle For PC and can't see any formatting errors. Derek Zeller read it on ipad and didn't have a problem either.
PS: My early take is that people are not going to like this book. They might think that the ideas are simply uninteresting and or poorly packaged. So if you have feedback for me, I'm ready for it (even if I don't agree).
Also if you've heard my show you know that I get whacked every week.