The Other Joel Canfield

Joel D CanfieldOnce upon a time I thought my name was unique.

I was playing bass in a few bands and thought I’d see if anyone had ever posted anything about me online. Googled my name and “bass” and lo and behold, there’s some guy named Joel Canfield, a bass player somewhere in Michigan.

That’s the day I started using my middle initial D. (It’s for David, and no, I have no idea why my parents gave me two Hebrew Bible names, especially considering my siblings each have two Celtic names.) My introduction at business mixers was “If it doesn’t have the D it isn’t really me.” So, it’s Joel D Canfield, because I need the D but didn’t want the period because I’m an artist and I have my affectations and it’s my name fer cryin’ out loud.

But only with the D in it.

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Virtual Book Tour for “You Don’t Want a Job”

You Don't Want A Job: Why Self-Employment Reduces Your Risks & Increases Your RewardsJoin me as we tour blogs with guest posts, a summary of the book, a video interview, and an internet radio show through the month of August promoting my newest book, “You Don’t Want a Job“. Each post is unique, and I’ll be responding to every single comment on every single blog.

Here are all the stops, newest on top:

There’s over 15,000 words explaining and supporting my 12,000-word book. Go. Read. Comment. Support these fine folks. (And don’t forget to order your own copy, eh?)