Finding a career path that you're passionate about can be difficult, but it doesn't have to be! With this bestselling guide, learn how to find a fulfilling career that fits your personality. Do What You Are, the bestselling classic that has helped more than a million people find truly satisfying work, is now updated for the modern workforce.
The Bound-for-Career Guidebook views career identification, selection, entry, and progression as part of a larger developmental process-the career development process. In this guidebook for adolescents and young adults, the author outlines the experiences and tasks that will facilitate the career development process and lead to satisfaction and success. The reader will be exposed to the various educational and career transitions they must consider on the path to the workplace and specific guidance is offered on how to maximize entry and advancement. Along the career exploration, decision-making, and preparation path, the author answers frequently asked questions and offers an array of facts and myths that need to be considered.
What do Elon Musk, Warren Buffet, Marissa Mayer, and Bill Gates all have in common outside of being wildly successful? They are all introverts. In today's fast-paced, unstable workplace achieving success requires speaking up, promoting oneself and one's ideas, and taking initiative.
Today's work environment is rapidly changing. COVID-19 merely accelerated career and hiring trends that have been building across all industries for professionals at all levels. Pollak guides readers through the changes currently happening-- and those to come. From building a resilient personal brand to reskilling for the future, she provides strategic, actionable advice that will help you prepare for the future.
Kevin "Dauber" Lacz is a former Navy SEAL sniper, breacher, combat medic and co-author of The Veteran's WORK Book. When Lacz read The WORK Book, by Bill Hobbs, he immediately realized the need for a version for veterans transitioning out of the military and into a new civilian career. Lacz shared, "Veterans with military experience can be valuable assets in the business world. In addition to job skills, they have experience leading, being led, and performing under pressure. However, it's necessary for veterans to learn how to function in their new environment."
Clocking Out gives readers a new way to think about their careers and delivers practical advice to first assess and consolidate individual power, then make thoughtful, meaningful changes and choices for a successful transition. Ten fascinating stories bring to life the key components of effective career transition--choice, mindset, agility, and trust--and highlight how each interplay during a career change.