Your job is not your career - part 1. 1. I JUST LOVE YOUR JOBBISA- BISANYA MIMPI JADI KENYATAANNOT ONLY DO YOU GET. It's Not Just A Job It's Your Career: Your Career Starts Here - Kindle edition by Peter Dawson, Susan Rochester. Download it once and read it on your Kindle. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. A psychologist, career coach, and Rutgers (Mini EBook) - Kindle edition by Paula Caligiuri PhD. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like.
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Career Takeaway: Beloved by executives and other highly successful people, this book offers tools to push yourself up to the next level. The Pathfinder: How to Choose or Change Your Career for a Lifetime of Satisfaction and Success , Nicholas Lore Originally published in , this book has been a touchstone for recent grads, people looking for career changes, and those who just want to start plotting out a path to their goals.
In it, career coach Nicholas Lore lays out how to figure out what you want to do and how to set your course to get to that point. Lore uses diagnostic tools and tests from the career and networking hub the Rockport Institute to guide readers through the first or next steps on their career paths.
This one has also been revised and updated for the current realities of the job market technology, economic shifts, etc. Career Takeaway: Everyone needs a plan for their career, but not everyone knows how to create and execute that plan.
Expert advice and self-diagnosis quizzes help you zero in on your strengths and your goals. The Modern Classics And now we have the more contemporary books, which may very well be the career books we pass along to our kids.
Outliers takes a deep dive into what makes these achievers so successful, and what we regular schmoes can learn from them in order to grab some of that success for ourselves. This book takes real-world stories of failure to illustrate how to embrace and move on from setbacks.
Career Takeaway: I fail, you fail, we all fail…sometimes. Learning to accept these failures gracefully and move on, wiser and stronger, is a major career skill everyone should have. If you are unhappy with what you do, you will definitely become the reason why your team wants to leave.
The truth is, there will always be a difficult boss or client or colleague, etc. Also, it takes two to tango. Where do you stand? Even those that are OK want to fall in love again with what they do. Please share your opinion too here.
The sweet spot lies at the intersection of your Purpose, Career, and Job. Your purpose is the North Star: it helps you focus on the big picture and on the impact you want to create. Pursuing your purpose is a lifetime job. Happiness lies at the intersection of your job and purpose. Motivation lies at the intersection of your job and your career.
When you are working on something that you like and that connect to your career choices, you feel energized. Fulfillment is more profound than happiness. You are achieving something more significant, not just feeling happy about what you do.
You feel fulfilled when your career adds meaning to your life and is connected to your life purpose. Most people will change their career at least 2 or 3 times in their life. And not just Millennials.
Entire industries and professions are being disrupted and losing relevancy. As volatility increases, job stability is anything but safe. The author has written this book based entirely on real life experience.
Short length — this ebook is only 16 pages of size and I took less than 30mins to read this after my work hours, before I go home. I like when books are short, concise and to the point.
I have not been bored.
The advice and tips, made sense to me. This is hard to do at times, but kudos for doing it. Should change your mindset fast enough. While it will not change your current status today or tomorrow, it will change your MINDSET immediately and that is powerful — you are going to change your career gears in the months to come if you apply it in diligently on a daily basis.
What Could Be Improvement? The only thing that could have been improved is: formatting. May be making the quotes stand out a bit more conspicuously as well.
Like I said, he exposes himself and his mistakes, to help you understand what went wrong and what you should avoid.
I just wished I had this book when I was starting my career. Rising up the ladder or performing effectively in your job, is not just about being able to code. You need to have the right mindset, the right attitude, the right decision for yourself. And in that sense, this book is a little gem.