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The "People Power" Business Superbook: Volume 1. Thirteen Practical Nuts & Bolts Business Books By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book of resources and ideas of how to go into business for yourself or be in business working for others. It contains a large resource section for existing business owners with a section... More > on government assistance to business in all facets including world trade. I give you the nuts & bolts template about how to run any type of business. There are other books that give you specific ideas about what kind of business to start. You have to work hard, at least initially in any business you get into. If it catches on, you could make a lot of money later on but virtually everybody has to pay their dues upfront. Pretty well all self-made millionaires have made their fortunes through entrepreneurship, selling things.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook Volume 2. World Business Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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The three books of the World Business Guide are as follows: Book 1. World Business-Trade Guide 1 (Doing Business Worldwide) Book 2. World Business-Trade Guide 2 (World Business Info by... More > Country) Book 3. Canadian Business Guide (Loads of Knowledge for Canadian Entrepreneurs) The world is getting smaller. World trade was once considered the realm of the giant multinational corporations but is now done by everyone, even little retail websites that sell product all over the world. It's simply the way of the world these days, to expand to global markets. You could probably read through the information in the Department of Commerce's Trade Information Center website every night for a year and still not get through it. World trade runs the world if you think about it. Simply walk through a supermarket or a shopping mall and look at the tags of some of the products to see where they're made.< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook: Book 47. Bohemian – Adventure – Summer – Seasonal Jobs By Tony Kelbrat
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You live as a bohemian because you want to live an interesting, fun, inspired life. Regular jobs don’t cut it. As a young guy I traveled and traveled looking for paradise. I eventually... More > realized that I create paradise through how I live but I did go through that extreme transient bohemian phase. I have a lot of memories. The people that went to college right from high school then worked a career right after that live dull lives next to what’s possible at least during youth which is to explore. Some people have no other wish but to travel around the world so they either work enough to save money to go on trips or go on trips and find temporary employment along the way. English speaking people with bartender skills, hotel skills or skills as a teacher of English as a second language can work just about anywhere they want. Private summer camps, tourist attractions like amusement parks and large resorts geared for the summer crowd are always good bets for a job.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook Book 10: Media-Journalism Career (Journalism Jobs-Schools, Worldwide Media Guide) By Tony Kelbrat
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In general, communications is considered a glamor industry because of the creativity involved so competition is fierce, even for people with advanced degrees. I've known several people with... More > journalism degrees who couldn't find a job so they ended up as high school teachers or something like that. It's all about your ability with words. Newscasts have to be written everyday. They have to have fresh, new, exciting, crisp stories. It takes a certain pragmatic skill to write good news copy quickly. If you can get a story, summarize it down into your own words very quickly, edit news footage to go with it to create a quick story on the nightly newscast, you will easily be in demand because these skills are rather rare. People who do these jobs often get tired of the stress involved and quit. On the other hand, I heard of one talk show host who had two jobs in different cities. He did his morning talk show, took a plane to the other city 150 miles away, did his evening show< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook Book 12. Law Career, Legal Profession (Lawyer, Paralegal, Legal Assistant, Scopist, Legal Research, Court Reporting, Judge, Law Librarian) By Tony Kelbrat
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The legal profession has many specialties so you should check with your local specialty organization if one exists. The federal and state governments employ many lawyers and other legal... More > professionals for their courts and many other legal offices in virtually all departments. Also, many of the state bar associations offer some kind of job service. Beyond prosecutor, judge, bailiff and defense attorney, there are many offshoot jobs like administrative, paralegal, probation and parole officer, etc. There's an entire subfield in family court particularly with juvenile justice which has its own court, probation officers, juvenile holding facilities, boot camps, counselors, etc. The Government's Occupational Outlook Handbook summarizes the legal profession neatly. For standard law books, go to #340-49 at the library or K in the Library of Congress System, particularly the KE< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook Book 11: Writer/ Make Money Writing (Writing Is a Spiritual Release of My Lifeforce: Agents to Ebooks) By Tony Kelbrat
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Writing to earn a living is hard work if you plan on selling your work to publishers who will resell it. If you plan to do it all yourself, hustle for writing contracts for functional work in the... More > business world, self-publish and market your own work, I feel you have a better chance than people writing novels and nonfiction books hoping to sell them to a big publisher. It's just too damn hard. The world already has way too many novels, nonfiction stories and even practical books in my opinion. Sure you get a few people who fluke out like the Harry Potter stories and a few authors like Stephen King and John Grisham but a lot of this is luck. They were lucky that somebody from a publishing house decided to hype them up as the fresh new flavor of the month and kept running with it all the way to the bank. Very little writing impresses me. I think it's almost all generic. I don't feel the Harry Potter stories are superior to other fantasy kids' stories< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook Book 16. Food Jobs, Food Career (Food Science, Food Processing, Food Industry, Waiter, Alcohol Industry, Beverage Industry) By Tony Kelbrat
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The food business goes from food sales to food processing which generally involves making all the processed foods we eat all the way from bread to candy to meats, poultry and fish. It's generally... More > messy work, is learned mostly on the job and generally doesn't require the skills that many other trades do although the pay is generally low. There are fish and poultry workers often working in large processing plants. Join the military, take the cooking trade then after four years get a civilian job. There is a Directory of Food Service Distributors out there. Food service books are at #647.95 or TX911.3 at the library. Food service is much bigger than restaurants. It covers all institutional buildings like hospitals, jails, senior retirement homes, mental institutions, college cafetarias, grade school cafetarias, the military, oil exploration companies, shipboard services, etc. There are many food businesses anyone can start almost immediately. The only problem is government regulations.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook Book 13. Government Jobs (Federal, State, County, Municipal, World Government Job Websites, Canadian Government Jobs) By Tony Kelbrat
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The government is huge as the primary decision-maker and economic power of any country, province, state, county, city, town or village but there are no books offering basic, generic government... More > information except for a few big ones by Gale Group and other reference book publishers selling for hundreds of dollars each. For most government information, look through your local phonebook in four separate government sections: Municipal. County. State. Federal. Government books at the library are as follows: 350. Public Administration. 351. Central governments. 352. Local governments. 353. U.S. federal and state governments. 354. Other central governments. For the Library of Congress System, try G7212 at the library. Generally, if you're not sure of where to go, just use your common sense and contact the relevant department for directions and general information.< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook Book 14. Criminal Justice Job Guide (Police, Prison Guards, Federal Security, Immigration, Forensics, Locksmith) By Tony Kelbrat
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Within law enforcement, there are many different jobs ranging from the street cop in a high crime, low income area to crime scene analysts and fingerprint experts to computer operators and... More > increasingly, computer security experts. The base to any career in security is to major in either Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice at either a community college, vocational school or a regular college. Some courses are two years long, others are the standard four year B.A. or BSc. As a youngster, don't get in trouble and don't get too many traffic tickets because they may check up on you and if you look like a nonconformist in any way, they will drop you. Attitude is everything. They want a levelheaded conservative. Offshoot jobs are canine unit, working with a dog and the many high tech methods and gadgets coming onto the forefront. If you want to be a police officer, there are probably several levels in your state; local municipality, county, state and federal (Capitol police,< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook Book 17. Garden-Farm-Agriculture Jobs-Business Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Agriculture Departments of other nations contain lots of information about the agriculture, gardening and farming industries. They’re huge... More > industries. They provide the food for the world. Careers span everything from growing plants and raising livestock to selling and public relations. Books about agriculture are between #630 and #639 at the library. They go from plants to animals. The career opportunities are there. People all over the world need irrigation, soil science, pesticide control and even genetically modified plants to maximize their efficiency. People will always need to eat no matter what else happens. Landscaping is cutting lawns and planting flowers. Landscape architecture is a fancy word for a professional gardener. You may not be able to do skilled gardening work but with a truck, a lawnmower and a wheelbarrow, you can make money and get regular customers. Offer to clean out basements too.< Less

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