This book is like a personal meeting with a master career consultant. Nancy Anderson is an extraordinary career consultant. Her clients pay thousands of dollars for the information in her book, Work with Passion. In its previous two editions, Work with Passion sold over 100,000 copies — and now it has been completely updated for the twenty-first century.
Work with Passion will inspire you — as it has thousands of others — to make choices, take chances, and recognize opportunities. It is filled with inspirational guidance of all kinds: from the broadest kinds of visionary encouragement to very practical tips on networking, developing a resume, and writing a query letter that gets results. This wonderfully comprehensive course in career consulting is for everyone who would rather speak proudly of their career than complain about their job. Join those who have already learned the secrets of career success and the joys of working at what they love the most.
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First published in 1984, and now reprinted in an anniversary edition, this book contains concepts as pertinent today as they were 20 years ago. The first chapter opens with the question, "Are you as happy on Monday morning as you are on Friday morning?" Anderson, a career counselor, believes that people who love their work will be. She sets out to help readers identify their passions and determine how those interests can translate into a career that pays the bills. More emotionally charged than most career books, this volume also delves into the meaning of personal history and childhood events, and carefully considers feelings, self-perception and motivation. Points are illustrated with detailed real-life stories of Anderson’s clients. It’s not all smooth sailing for the case study subjects, who experience "the normal anxiety and fear that are part of risk-taking" and have been hit by "the need for security that can draw us back into the familiar." To facilitate a realistic transition, Anderson’s thorough process goes beyond simply identifying what one wants to do and explains how to research, network and even strike out on one’s own in order to achieve a passion-worthy career.
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Do what you love for a living: that's the advice of a revised, updated edition which continues to advise people on how to patch passions with work goals. From networking and writing resumes to achieving the perfect career and personal match, this gives solid advice. -- Midwest Book Review
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