Forty years, 10,000 days, 80,000 hours. Measure it any way you like, but this is about the length of your career. With so much of your life spent working, why not spend a bit of time planning your career in an organized, strategic, manner? - Are you a bit fuzzy on your career goals? - Is your work-life balance not under control? - Have you achieved some career success and are considering change - but to what? - Are you uncomfortable discussing career issues with your manager? This book addresses these questions, and provides practical, real-life advice on managing your career successfully. About the Author: Randall Craig has founded several start-ups, held a long-time position at a "big four" consulting firm, and was an executive at a public company. He has helped over ninety businesses, either as an owner, board member, executive, consultant, or workshop leader. His clients have included international financial institutions, public companies, not-for-profits, government, and a number of entrepreneurial companies. In addition to writing Leaving the Mother Ship, The Working Resume, and Personal Balance Sheet, he writes a weekly career tipsheet that appears on monster.ca. He holds an HBA, CFA, MBA, and a Black Belt in Karate.