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Charles Hugh Smith: Entrepreneur Skills A Must for Any Job


Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed economic blogger and author Charles Hugh Smith from the popular blog Of Two Minds . Charles’ blog was voted as the #7 best alternative financial blog websites by CNBC.

Charles also has a new book out about entrepreneurship, jobs and careers called, Get a Job, Build a Real Career and Defy a Bewildering Economy. which is a top selling jobs book on Amazon.

The book can be purchased here:

During this 30+ minute interview, Jason asks Charles about how bad the real economy is and how people will have to be able to adapt to find a good job or career.

Charles talks about his book and some of the entrepreneurial skills people mus have in order to survive and thrive as an employee or to create their own job or company.

Charles talks about robotics, software programs, automation, outsourcing, technology and other things that are requiring Americans to adapt more rapidly in the jobs market than at any time in history.

This is a must listen interview if you are looking for a job, want to find a better job, looking to start a new career or are interested in becoming an entrepreneur or self employed and having your own business.

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At readers' request, I've prepared a biography. I am not confident this is the right length or has the desired information; the whole project veers uncomfortably close to PR. On the other hand, who wants to read a boring bio? I am reminded of the "Peanuts" comic character Lucy, who once issued this terse biographical summary: "A man was born, he lived, he died." All undoubtedly true, but somewhat lacking in narrative.
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