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Author Nicholas Lore uses the techniques of his career-guidance network, the Rockport Institute, to make The Pathfinder a substitute for a great job counselor. Through goal setting, list making, and other techniques, the book leads readers though the process of deciding exactly what they want to do for a living and finding a way to make it happen. Lore realizes that people have different temperaments and decision-making methods, so he provides individualized advice to suit each one. He also understands that creating a new career requires courage as well as desire, so The Pathfinder devotes plenty of space to motivation and overcoming fears. While anyone looking for a new career will find direction with this guide, people who didn't know they were looking may decide to start once they go through Lore's probing self-examination process.
"A brilliant, passionately written book! If you want to have a career you will love, this is the one to read." - JACK CANFIELD co-author, Chicken Soup for the SoulSee all Product Description
You spend about a third of your life (or so) working, so it's a hefty chunk of your time. Therefore, it would be nice if your job was truly satisfying. Read morePublished on Nov. 29 2010 by teambldr23
If you're looking for help in finding what will make you successful and happy in the workplace, this is it. Read morePublished on July 6 2004 by Michael De Vere
I have never sent in a review before. I bought this book in 1999. I slowly worked my way through it and systematically took back control of my life. Read morePublished on June 28 2004 by Ms. Tonya Williams
This book seemed like it was written to help mid-career person to find an area of work that matches their passion which they were unable to do for whatever reason. Read morePublished on June 5 2004 by Dennis B. H. Ang
And I was telling myself that there must be something better than this. I was looking for a book that would act a personal coach, help me to identify both the mental and physical... Read morePublished on April 21 2004 by Randall L. Wilson
This book is a refreshing and welcome change from the average self-help, career-oriented book. Nicholas Lore uses a completely different perspective wherein the reader is 100%... Read morePublished on Oct. 2 2003 by Victoria
The Pathfinder worked for me 4 years ago and is still working for me today. I recently re-read this book, after first discovering the book about 4 years ago. Read morePublished on June 17 2003
In my opinion, The Pathfinder is simply the best career change resource out there. I have read an untold number of career-related books, and have been trying to change careers... Read morePublished on June 13 2003