Here you will find a growing collection of books authored by Butler University faculty and staff.
Once upon a time in America, the world of work was simpler. We were told to go for Plan A: Go to a great college, since your parents probably didn't get the chance. Then go to a professional school--medical, dental, law, you pick it. Then graduate, and get the very best ‘professional' job you can. Work your dupa off. Work 60 hours a week. Give 150%, even though you don't own anything. Become an employee! However, you're expendable. And...you're laid off.
Then we could try Plan B: Go through twelve stages of losing job. Declare that you'll chuck it all to start your own business to live the dream. Work your dupa off. Work 120 hours a week. Give 250%, and you own everything. You're an entrepreneur! However, you're dealing with uncertainty, administration, and lack of cash flow. You're dealing with your beautiful dream and the sometimes-ugly reality. And, you're exhausted, frustrated, and...closed.
This book is about Plan C: Don't chuck the day job, keep it. Don't chuck the entrepreneurial dream, keep that too. DO BOTH! Work the full-time day job, and create the entrepreneurial dream on the side. You'll be working ALL THE TIME in your head and pretty much in your life. It won't be easy. But what in life is that IS worth doing??? This book is about how to live a Plan C life, with real interviews, from real-world Plan Cers redefining the American Dream.
Butler University Jordan College of Fine Arts: A Chronological History of the Development of the College
Jack L. Eaton
This document is dedicated to all the past present and future students, faculty and staff who have made the College the strong entity it is today and will bring about the great promise it holds for the future. To all who were and are a part of the history of the Metropolitan School of Music, the College of Musical Art, the Indiana College of Music and Fine Arts, the Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music, the Jordan College of Music and the Jordan College of Fine Arts, I salute you.