Yes, it is possible to have a job you love, and it doesn't require starting from scratch. Love Your Job is a guide to making work fulfilling and fun - again or even for the first time. Why count down the hours of the day or the days to retirement when you could reinvigorate your workday, transforming the daily doldrums into a daily dose of enjoyable activity? Kerry Hannon, The New York Times columnist and AARP's jobs expert, focuses on the little things that can make a big difference in how we feel about work. Love Your Job is all about the routines, habits, and thought patterns that, over the years, may have turned a dream job into a drudge or, worse, a nightmare. Changing these habits and attitudes is simple, and this book shows you how to identify the little things that make work enjoyable and engaging. Using these simple techniques, you can adopt the attitude that will keep you happy and that might just lead to bigger and better things, no matter what stage of your career you are in.
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- Amy Chuke
All about life coach and mentoring
Couldn't finish. Was looking for day to day work life, this book is just good for references on life coaching and references.
- Ana Santana
A whole bunch of babble
What did you like about this audiobook?
None of the advise given in general applies to my situation as an unemployed 50+. Who on earth has money to invest in coaches who charge 200+ an hour and give you homework to make you "accountable" for making a career? This book is written for rich people, not for laid off divorced women at 50+ who survive on their own with no lifelines (like many I know).
How has the book increased your interest in the subject matter?
All of the contrary, it made me unlikely to read another book on the topic. I gave it one star because I can't give it zero.
Does the author present information in a way that is interesting and insightful, and if so, how does he achieve this?
It's a useless effort on the part of the author and a detour from the true root cause of the unemployment problem.
What did you find wrong about the narrator's performance?
The narrator did an excellent work. It's a pity that the contents was so useless.
Do you have any additional comments?
I sure do, but I don't think they can be posted in a public place.
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