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Work. It s what we spend the majority of our adult lives doing. We all want careers that are personally engaging, and financially secure, but often people find themselves professionally unfulfilled, confused, and uncertain about how to make a change that won t jeopardize their security. The book gives practical advice on how to channel mastery and psychological flow into a career, and why pursuing rewards (such as money, praise and accomplishment) will ultimately leave us unsatisfied. A practical path is laid out for people who want to start doing what they truly value, how to tap one's inner creative genius, how to use the Internet to share what we love, and how this process can be both personally fulfilling and financially profitable.
Welcome to the new world of jobnbsp;insecurity.nbsp; Layoff. If you haven't experienced one, you know someone who has. The hard-won, valuable advice and techniques in these pages can work for anyone concerned about job loss or keeping a job.nbsp;Resetnbsp;can position you to get back on your feet, often landing in a better place.
When you're recovering from a medical emergency, the work-life equation can be thrown into turmoil. For those recovering from a health crisis, living with disability, or adjusting to life with a chronic disease, health comes first but professional life doesn't have to suffer. The 6-step comeback plan in Business from Bed is designed to help you successfully integrate emotional, social, and physical healing with the practical aspects of rebuilding a business or career and getting back to work.
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