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I thought it was an amazing read, especially for the younger folks looking for positive guidance on how to contiune to stay focused on the target, and not be distracted by all of the negatives that’ coming from all sides. The main point being you can be exactly what you want to be if you put your best efforts to it, it really is up to each of us to do our best with the Resources we have, of course we can all use a little help in times of need, this is most important to reach out to Friends, Family, Co-workers, Xco-workers and all Avaiable Resources, Remaning Postive when it seems all is Lost can in the end, have Positive Results. – Amazon Review
The Great Recession Resurrection:
How I brought my career back to life and tips to navigate
unemployment during a down economy.
“A thirty-year-old man, living at home with no job. It can feel as bad as it sounds. But you can’t mind the setback; you must keep pressing on. I had been through a number of tough challenges, trials, and tribulations. What I know and have come to learn even more so, is to put one foot in front of the other in times of trial. It is not always easy, but it is a must.”
The Great Recession Resurrection is the story of how Omurhu Onokpise navigated trying circumstances to achieve his dream opportunity. It also lays out the practical steps that any faithful professional needs to diligently follow to overcome the challenges of unemployment and achieve their dream career opportunity.
Unemployed people are not throwaways. They are just one step away from the door that leads to their destiny. Sometimes that door might be a gateway and sometimes it may be a pinhole, the key is to be prepared and ready to take advantage of the blessing before you.
The Great Recession Resurrection takes you through Omurhu’s seventeen months of unemployment to breakthrough and beyond. See yourself in his story, and then see your own success.
About the Author
Omurhu Onokpise is a professional services consultant, with years of experience in technology, business, architecture, and data analysis services. He earned a BSBA from the University of Florida and an MBA from the prestigious Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.
Omurhu survived the Great Recession, finding employment after seventeen months of struggle and heartache, eventually breaking through to an even more successful career in consulting. He lives with his wife and three princesses in the DC metro area, where he continues to consult and produce quality services for his clients.