Archive for May, 2009


Thursday, May 28th, 2009


That question is being asked more often in recent months. If your answer is “yes”, then in addition to seeking your next job opportunity, you might consider working on future opportunities in general.

In “Fortune & Freedom” I talk about the need to accumulate “necessary skills”, whether you intend to become an entrepreneur or simply to improve your future job performance. Those skills include selling, learning how our political system works at the grass roots level, and others. (Take a look at the Table of Contents on the web site for the list of the five key skills I think are important).

So between job interviews volunteer in a political campaign (yes, they are going on even now), get a job selling on commission, or take a course in accounting. My book has a lot more detail on what I recommend. So go for it!


Terry Schmidt of Management Pro Reviews F & F

Saturday, May 2nd, 2009

Here you’ll learn about the books which have most influenced me professionally, personally, emotionally and spiritually. I won’t usually talk about the latest best sellers. Instead, I’ll share some outstanding books – some barely known — which belong in every library and deserve to be read. This month’s features Jim Hirshfield, an inspiring entrepreneur who has achieved balanced success in the business world and at home.

Discovering True Fortune & Freedom
A Book Review by Terry Schmidt