Unemployed Income Alternatives – Help is Here

Being unemployed is challenging not just financially, but psychologically. This short video explores the effects on emotions and well-being from unemployment and offers suggestions and alternatives. Most important is the idea that while searching for a job, it is crucial to be active, involved, stimulated and excited about something that gets you out of bed every morning. When you have this vibrancy, it shows in your voice, your posture and your entire presentation to prospective employers.

There are many ways to create income at home, while searching for a job. Even if it’s only a few hundred dollars per month that you earn, the engagement in this process will change your energy and make you more attractive in the job search and happier in the your day to day.

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Deborah Tutnauer

Entrepreneur Business Success Coach at Deborah Tutnauer, LLC
Inspiring change in people for over 25 years, Deborah Tutnauer, MEd, MSWdigs deep to help authentic entrepreneurs move away from the stories that no longer serve them while clarifying and solidifying those that really do! Deborah helps frustrated entrepreneurs get exquisitely clear about meaning, purpose and expertise, then facilitates the creation of a financially sustainable and joyfully structured framework in which business and business people thrive.

Coaching both privately and in groups, Deborah is also a speaker, author, event leader and consultant. Creator of the Foundation and Framework Intensive, Question Master and Leader of the Entrepreneur Business Success Club, Deborah has been called an “Architect of Magical Business and Soul Structure”by her clients because she has a powerful ability to perform alchemy, changing passions and dreams into money and time by design.

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