Kay McLeod Washington’s newly released “Wake-Up Call” imparts a journey of finding purpose and moving forward in life post-employment

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“Wake-Up Call: A 10-Step Program After Losing Your Job at 66” from Christian Faith Publishing author Kay McLeod Washington is a comprehensive account on how to progress in life after losing one’s job specifically at retirement age.

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“Wake-Up Call: A 10-Step Program After Losing Your Job at 66”: a compelling read that shares ten insights on how to manage one’s life after losing employment status at an age beyond the typical interval for working. “Wake-Up Call: A 10-Step Program After Losing Your Job at 66” is the creation of published author Kay McLeod Washington, an award-winning freelance graphic artist, webmaster, writer, and former director of a summer enrichment program and newsletter editor for Youth Net, Inc.

Washington shares, “You may not have an addiction in the normal sense, or maybe you do.

“Maybe you need a wake-up call! Alcohol, drugs, and sex are the ‘normal’ addictions, but this ten-step program is for the kind of addiction that’s more ordinary than we’d like to think. But you probably have that same addiction I had where I needed to get up every morning, make a commute back and forth, and do a nine-to-five (ten-to-three) just to get a paycheck after working each week or two. The problem comes when someone makes you quit your addiction cold turkey—they unexpectedly take your job away.

“‘Wake-Up Call’ will inspire and amuse as you walk with me through my ten steps to get to a better place after losing a job at sixty-six. Yes, ten steps. It seems I took a shortcut.

“My story, ‘Wake-Up Call: A 10-Step Program After Losing Your Job at 66,’ follows a rocky path out of the pit. But because you sometimes have to laugh your way out, there are entertaining illustrations at each step: ‘Depression?’ ‘Obamacare and Medicare,’ ‘A Friend in Deed Helps a Friend in Need,’ ‘Sue,’ ‘Opportunities—Other Jobs,’ ‘Young Prodigies and Children,’ ‘Spiritual Things,’ ‘Purpose,’ ‘Chill,’ and ‘Follow Your Dreams.’”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Kay McLeod Washington’s new book aspires to enlighten all individuals but especially those who have matured in age and are on the unemployment road adjusting to the changes with much efficacy and stability.

This book is a potent compendium that assists in seeking opportunities beyond the unemployment stage and within the parameters of the capable elderly or young.

View the synopsis of “Wake-Up Call: A 10-Step Program After Losing Your Job at 66” on YouTube and on the author's website at http://www.kmwashington.com.

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Consumers can purchase“Wake-Up Call: A 10-Step Program After Losing Your Job at 66” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Wake-Up Call: A 10-Step Program After Losing Your Job at 66,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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