I’ve read way too many how-to books that were boring, lifeless, and the opposite of inspiring that I decided to break the rules and write an autobiography/self help book that would really ignite the flame and get you going.
“If you are looking for a refreshingly down-to-earth, practical, yet highly inspirational guide to managing your career, look no further than ‘The Anti-Resume Revolution.’ Angela Lussier knows her stuff, shares her hard-won knowledge, and shows you how to take control of your career and your life. Not for the lazy or timid, her ideas require more than passive online job searching but promise enormous rewards: a satisfying life doing work you love and a strong support system wherever your career takes you.” -Louise Kursmark, Master Resume Writer, President of Best Impression Career Services, and author of 20+ books on resume writing and career management
“I’m not even looking for a job or planning on starting my own business and I still was completely motivated by Angela’s story. Reading the Anti-Resume Revolution ignited my desire to take initiative and make things happen by doing what I do best and feeling uninhibited to be creative or different.
Popular or super successful authors seem to come from a different mold, but the power of Angela’s book is that she is one of us, an everyday person, a person who’s never written a book before or owned her own business. So when I’m holding her book in my hands and learning about how she made it happen, along with the success stories of other everyday people she shares, I can see how real it is and my mind is completely open to the possibility that, “Hey, I can do this too!” That is real inspiration. This book is for everyone.
But when I say ‘everyday person’ I don’t at all mean commonplace or ordinary, because we learn that Angela is absolutely unique. What I mean is, ‘not yet famous or successful’ (although soon to be for sure.) Because I experience her beginner’s journey with her it gives me the inspiration to be able to do something myself. Everyone has to start somewhere. You should start by reading this book.” - Rex Williams, Improvement Engineer at the Boeing Company
“Can I tell you how re-motivated I was reading it? There are so many things you did right with this book. 1. you kept me laughing from the first paragraph 2. kept me interested in continuing to read the book, and that is hard for me! (I read it in a day and a half!) 3. i learned a thing or two 4. I got re-motivated. You know I am a motivated person, but since it’s around the holidays, I have slacked a little, and now I’m full steam ahead. Your book was great. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of it. So when can we expect the Anti-Resume Revolution 2? -Al Santaniello, President, the Creative Strategy Agency
If you’re asking yourself, “how did she write a book?” Don’t worry, you’re not alone. The answer to this question is in the documentary: The Making of The Anti-Resume Revolution