Do What You Love for the Rest of your Life

Do What You Love for the Rest of your Life

A Practical Guide to Career Change and Personal Renewal

eBook - 2008
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Random House, Inc.
If your job is more stressful than it is satisfying and you fantasize about leaving it for a career you truly love, here is the book for you! Bob Griffiths himself quit a fast-track Wall Street firm at age 50 and launched a passionate new career–a move that has brought him enormous happiness and a sense of personal renewal. Now in this illuminating, eminently practical new book, Griffiths shares the secrets of real career success with everyone who wants to do what they love best.

Do What You Love for the Rest of Your Life takes you step-by-step through the adventure of changing careers at any stage in life. Here are easy-to-follow exercises to help you tap into your hidden strengths and reach your full potential. Here, too, are concrete, result-oriented suggestions on reworking your resumé, developing a “financial freedom plan” that gives you long-term stability, even starting that small business of your dreams. Griffiths shows how to identify your passions, honor your calling, and find the courage to deal with change. The choice is yours to make.

Bob Griffiths advocates nothing less than a fundamental change in the way we measure success. Rewarding, inspirational, as uplifting as it is useful, and full of remarkable true stories of people who have undergone major change, this extraordinary book will help you find the courage to succeed in the ways that really make a difference. It’s true: You can at last Do What You Love for the Rest of Your Life!

From the Hardcover edition.

Baker & Taylor
An inspirational handbook offers a practical, step-by-step approach to changing careers at any stage in life, providing strategies for developing a long-term financial freedom plan, easy-to-follow exercises to help one tap into one's hidden potential, result-oriented suggestions on composing cover letters and resumes, and tips on how to deal with the emotional upheaval of life transformation. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, [2008], c2001
ISBN: 9780307483898


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