Hugh Taylor

Hugh Taylor
Hugh Taylor
The Life Reset: Overcoming Setbacks in Work and Life
We all face setbacks and failures in our careers. For some of us, setbacks are minor inconveniences that are easily overcome. Most of the time, though, setbacks and failures are devastating. Yet, failure can also be a gift. It enables us to start fresh and examine what we need to do to improve ourselves. Invariably, when we fail it is because we are busy trying to accomplish something that we are not meant to be doing in life. The Life Reset is a book about finding out who you are meant to be, what you are meant to be doing in your career and life. It is a book about discovering what it will take to make you as successful as you can possibly be.
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The Life Reset
Los Angeles, CA
Hugh Taylor, The Life Reset Hugh Taylor, author of The Life Reset, has experienced serious career trouble firsthand. But, with hard work – and a lot of mistakes along the way – he was able to re-launch his career and turn his life around. In 2002, Taylor was working at a low level sales job despite being a Harvard MBA. Today, he is a successful marketing executive in the technology industry with eventful tenures at Microsoft and IBM, where he served as Social Software Evangelist. Using the precepts of The Life Reset, Taylor has been able to double his income during the Great Recession.
How Will You Survive Now that the Good Jobs Have Vanished?• American Businesses are sitting on $2 trillion in cash, but they’re not hiring.
• A corporate job in the U.S. today is a like a “California Marriage,” where two people who are madly in love commit to spending three years together.
• Social security will be cut as well. Americans can no longer count on the government for their retirements.
• Most new jobs created in the American economy are low paying, with few or no benefits.
• Will my children have jobs?
• What can you do about it?
• There is a way to become the master of your own career and financial destiny – this provocative, informative interview will help you understand how to navigate today’s frightening economic landscape and come out a winner.
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Failure: The Owner’s Manual• Have you failed? Join the club. You’re in good company (Abraham Lincoln, Harry Truman, Thomas Edison…)
• Believe it or not, failure can be a gift, if you know how to learn from it and improve.
• The audience will learn:
o How to overcome career failure and get on track for maximum earning potential.
o How to discover the one thing that will make them as rich as they are meant to be.
o That most career planning advice is wrong.
o To be wary of the “Dream Chasing” seminar industry.
o To think twice, three times before falling for “business opportunity” schemes.
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You 2.0 – Realizing your Ultimate Potential in Work and Life• The good American jobs are gone and they aren’t coming back.
• Guess what, you are self-employed, even if you have a job. You work for yourself.
• Overcome career failure and get on track for maximum earning potential.
• Discover the one thing that will make you as rich as you are meant to be.
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Understanding God’s Plan for your Life and Career• The good American jobs are gone and they aren’t coming back.
• But, God has a plan for you. If you’ve suffered a setback, this might a challenge from God to help you learn about yourself and understand what He has in mind for you in your life.
• What the Bible can tell us about failure.
• Channel your faith to overcome career failure and get on track for maximum earning potential.
• Discover the one thing that will make you as rich as you are meant to be.
• Hugh Taylor, author of The Life Reset, is an orthodox Jew. He discusses God’s plan for each of us from a perspective of true faith.