If someone were to offer you a job guranteed to provide enjoyment, meaning, and purpose in your life, would you accept? There is just such a job available within the reach of each individual job seeker. How is it that so few in today's society locate such jobs?
Locating a soul-satisfying job is a type of work in and of itself. Most of us received little, if any, valid training in how to consciously approach the job search in order to produce the desired result: a job congruent with who I am and what interests me in life. The book, "Want A New Better Fantastic Job?" provides the training and job search methods that most of us never received. Job search tools are introduced and demonstrated. A flexible "new way" job search process is outlined describing the steps necessary to craft or locate a soul-satisifying job. Remember, like any other new set of skills to be learned in life, job search skills are learned and developed through exercise, practice, and patience.
"Want A New Better Fantastic Job?" provides the tools and teaches the process necessary for a successful job search. This invaluable book, co-authored by long time career management partners, Pam Gross and Peter Paskill, is complete, concise, and "digestible", a quality piece of work. The process being taught and shared through this insightful book has been tested and refined through the real life-work experiences of unique, ordinary people during the past eighteen years. This vital job seekers manual includes positive tips and suggestions learned from thousands of past job search experiences. Many of the most common mistakes and pitfalls are chronicled as well. Also, the book is outstanding in responding to the self doubts and fears which commonly arise for many of us during the "new way" job search process. These self doubts and fears are given voice through a superb question and answer dialogue contained within the book.
The "someone" who knows where the meaningful job is you and only you. Many of us become lost in the satisfying job quest because we continue to look toward others to provide the "magic answer", the elusive golden ring as the carousel of our work-lives goes round and round, year after year. Self-discovery is a growing up, an inner process, accepting and choosing the responsibility for one's own life. You and no one else holds the keys to unlock the inner doors to the vast richness particular to your own soul, your own individual life experiences. The subject is you--the unique self, a part of the unseen, inner world. The object is the job--the vehicle through which the self, the inner subject, finds expression and is made visible in the outer world. The subject of inquiry and the object being sought are inseparable, yet distinctly different. Remember, the self who lives inside of you is the subject, the job is the outer object. The process shared in this book connects the two together, subject and object, self and job. Stay the course, trust the process, and the satisifying job search will come to fruition.
"What would your life be like if you loved your work? Want to find out?" Today, take the first step. Trust your instincts. Buy the book: "Want A New Better Fantastic Job?"
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