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Summary

In Dream Job: 48 Days to the Work You Love, renowned vocational coach, author, and radio host Dan Miller gives you a complete, step-by-step system for clarifying, finding, securing, and maintaining a work life that gives you everything you've ever wanted: true fulfillment and an income that more than supports whatever lifestyle you want to lead.

Whether you're looking for guidance on how to launch a new career or business, want to increase your sense of contribution and fulfillment at your current job, or want to earn a six-figure income doing something you love, this system will work for you.

You'll discover:

  • How to tell if you're trapped in a job that's wrong for you.
  • The most dangerous thing you can do in today's work climate.
  • Why you can stop worrying that age is a barrier to finding or forging a new career path.
  • Where to find the opportunities for meaningful work that are perfect for you.
  • The best job sectors to look at now, and which ones you should avoid.
  • The surest, quickest way to entrepreneurial success.
  • The hands-on but virtually risk-free way to learn 85% of everything you need to know about running a successful business before taking the plunge.
  • The single best way to safeguard yourself from corporate politics and unexpected layoffs.
  • Resume and interviewing secrets they never tell you about, that will increase your chance tenfold of landing a job!
  • Proven methods for getting out of the work you're in now, and onto the career path of your dreams - even if that dream includes a six-figure income!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2008 Dan Miller (P)2008 Nightingale Conant

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essential business guide

loved it. easy listening very inspiring and will encourage any layman to get up and go for good success

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  • Jeff
  • 10-02-15

Don't wait, find ur dream job now!

The book was great overall. The author spent a little too much time up front building the case for finding your dream job. once he got to the point, the material was excellent.

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  • Steve
  • 17-02-15

Absolutely the best encouragement ever!

Whether you are working for some big company or plan to start your next venture, Dan does a great job of giving you hope and encouragement to just get started. This is a must read for anybody that wants to be successful in a startup or in a big company

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  • Kari
  • 25-03-15

love it!

Great book,great narrator voice. loved the free mission statement maker at the end from nightingale. Priceless deal.

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  • Joe
  • 14-03-16

Greatest audio book on finding your calling!

This is by far the greatest audio book on finding your calling or defining your career that I've ever listened to!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-11-17

Not overly inspiring

The title implies that there is a 48 day plan, there is not. The author openly admits the title is only for marketing reasons.

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  • G. Cox
  • 27-07-17

A good listen

Yes, the music in the book is slightly annoying. It would be nice to have it either be much softer or not there. Also, when listening to the book, I am usually driving. It would be nice to have a recap at the end that would highlight a to do list or A reminder of suggested readings. Overall, an excellent book.

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  • Brad DeMoss
  • 22-12-16

Great eye opener to spark a movement

Dan touches on topics and simple ideas I never thought about and brings about question that we should all ask a ourselves before starting or taking on any work.

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  • Garrison Reekers
  • 16-06-16

The 48 days brand is awesome

I have been reading Dan's book and listening to his podcasts for years. Enjoyed this.

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  • Amanda
  • 24-01-17

coulda been great

Would you try another book from Dan Miller and/or Dan Miller?

absolutely not.

Would you be willing to try another one of Dan Miller’s performances?

no.

Who do you think would benefit most from listening to Dream Job?

Holier than thou types. Trump voters.

Any additional comments?

Despite the extremely cheesy background music, there are some excellent concepts in this book. Unfortunately, they are completely overshadowed by the ominous black cloud of Mr. Miller's condescending, judgmental tone. It was unnecessary in making the points -- if anything, it detracted from the quality. I am not the "those people" that he repeatedly berates, but it's disgusting, especially since he fancies himself a "Christian". Ha! He's more of what I call a Judasite.

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