Do you want to learn how to get out of your own way and build your strengths and eliminate your weaknesses? Do it now with Get Out of Your Own Way Guide to Life. Author Justin Loeber has put together an in-your-face, funny, no-nonsense, socio-business, coming-of-ageless handbook for anyone who is yearning for true, inner-personal success. This shebang of a book is based on Loeber’s quirky personal life experiences that all started in the NYC 70s disco era.
Justin worked as a waiter, a Wang Word Processing Operator (remember Wang?), a substitute go-go dancer, was discovered by pop icon Gary Numan in London and was one step from stardom in his own right as a solo pop-recording artist―only to lose it all. Then, in a 180-degree turn―and without a college degree―he went from a temp at Random House to an EVP at HarperCollins in a little more than a decade. In 2006, Loeber created mouth: digital + public relations, a boutique agency in NYC―repping over 550 clients to date. And he uses his roller coaster of life experience to show you how to get out of your own way―just like he had to.
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