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If you or anyone close to you is in need of a job this book can provide the path to success. It’s filled with tips and suggestions that can enhance your journey. This book will provide you the help you need to get the job you want – no matter if you’re a new graduate, out of work for a long time, retired and looking to return to the work force, or starting your own business.

Written in a relaxed, easy-to-read style, with many stories to illustrate the principles, this book is one you will want to keep on your bookshelf for years to come. The author is a former outplacement counselor who has worked with thousands of people searching for a new job. He got to see and experience what worked in the search process and what didn’t. In this day of high technology, many of us fall victim to depending totally upon this technology as the answer to finding our next job. But remember, technology is only a tool!

About the Author

As a former Vice President for C-S, Inc, a career transition firm (Division of Manchester Partners), Mr. Donald R. Dean is a nationally recognized Human Resources and Career Management consultant. While with C-S, Inc. and Payne- Lendman of Virginia Beach he counseled over a thousand people in how to successfully conduct a job search. He has worked with senior executives, technical staff and regular employees, as well as college students, in how to find their next career. He conducted workshops and individual counseling sessions for such firms as General Electric, Gulf Oil, Arkansas Power and Light, AT&T, Sovern Bank, Holly Carburators, Virginia Power and Light, as well as Chevron.

Mr. Dean has over 35 years experience in helping develop people and career search. He has conducted workshops and seminars throughout the United States and Europe. In addition to career management, his background includes senior human resources positions for such firms as Occidental Petroleum, ARCO, M&T Bank, Virginia Chemicals and Nixon Uniform Services.

Mr. Dean’s most recent book, Shadows On The Wall: Life Is What You Make It was published through Amazon.com in 2014 and is his life’s story. Mr. Dean maintains a residence in the Buffalo, New York area, has a condo in Cleveland, Ohio, and a home near Ft. Myers, Florida.

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From the author of ” Candles Flicker in the Night”, here is a personal business journal which highlights an interesting period within the United States. Rising from a veterinarian’s lowly kennel cleaner in upstate New York, this man develops into a major financial services vice president and eventually a college department head. Through his tale one can envision some of the major events that shaped our world into the 21st century. We see some of the good and bad in this tumultuous period. Through this first person account we see the other side of “Love Canal”; how and why many major business decisions are made; how social security numbers became America’s major identifiers; why Arco, the oil company, is primarily located in the Western United States; how a small nearly bankrupt financial services company in 1980 became a giant in today’s marketplace. This very concise book follows the life of a man who would never give up and in the process provides some ground rules and lessons for all of us. As the late Nelson Mandella said, “do not judge me by my successes. Judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again”

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Candles Flicker in the Night (Written By: Don Dean)

Back in the early 1970’s, Mr. Dean traveled extensively for his company, Occidental Chemical Corp. His job was to counsel managers/supervisors at all of OxyChem’s plants across the United States and Canada. In his spare time, while waiting for planes to arrive or depart, he decided to wright some poetry about some of the things he encountered across our great country and inserted them into a book entitled, “Candles Flicker in the Night”. Some of these poems were picked up by other publications as well. And several became a part of “The Year Book of Modern Poetry” in 1971. Each copy is signed by the author.

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