We live in changing times – change is the most well-known word from the Barack Obama campaign for President – and unfortunately, the U.S.A. is changing to an uncertain future.
What will the job landscape look like? How will the culture change because the United States of America has never had a Black President before. One thing is for sure, The United States of America will never be the same unless the American people learn how to survive the Obama Presidency.
These seven secrets to surviving the Obama Presidency are featured, along with other successful, important survival strategies and insights into the Obama Presidency, in a new book, “How to Survive Obama(.com) the emergency step by step guide to surviving the Obama Presidency” by Richard Levine and Fredric Marks. The book, out in November 2008, is the only survival book in the country addressing these changes in the United States of America.
Here are 7 tips to surviving the Obama Presidency:
ü Make yourself indispensable at work by adding value to what you do. If you depend on a job for a paycheck, look for ways to help your employer make more money, better ways to doing things at work, make yourself available for special projects, be the first to arrive and the last to leave each work day, etc.
ü Pay down debt. Right now, it is not the time you want to be taking out any large loans. If you have a sterling credit rating and you can get a decent interest rate on money, then raise capital.
ü As always, establish your cash fund. Start with $500 and then work your way up to $1,000 and keep going. Sell stuff you really do not use or need anymore and stick it aside for a rainy day, raise capital. A couple of ways to accomplish selling your extra belongings is to post them for sale on EBay or have a garage sale.
ü Fine-tune your resume. Nobody likes to think about losing his or her job, but it can happen. If it does, you will be ready.
ü Stop spending on non-essential items. Put discretionary spending on big-ticket items on hold for now. Reserve your money for NECESSITIES: food, shelter, clothing, transportation.
ü If you want to deposit your money in a checking or savings account and make sure they are FDIC insured.
ü Stockpile dried goods in a closet designated your "emergency pantry". This can include canned goods you found on sale at a ridiculously low prices.
And there is page after page inside, “How to Survive Obama(.com): the emergency survival guide to surviving the Obama Presidency” filled with fascinating and significant information that's useful to you.
If you’re ready to take advantage of the unique survival opportunities the Obama Presidency provides to people living in the United States of America, this book tells you everything you need to know. You may pick up your copy at www.HowtoSurviveObama.com . This book is not available in bookstores.
Fredric Marks is the co-author of “How to Survive Obama(.com) the emergency step by step guide to surviving the Obama Presidency”. Fredric graduated from the University of Florida with a major in business. You may get a copy of the book at www.HowtoSurviveObama.com