Passion at Work: How to Find Work You Love and Live in the Time of Your Life

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Prentice Hall, 2006 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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World-renowned speaker and executive Lawler Kang will show  how to build a career one can be madly passionate about and create, actualize, and monetize a niche onlyyoucan dominate! Kang draws on the profound human stories of those who have followed their passions to achieve great things and live on their own terms. He then presents a unique Process of the Five PsTM: a start-to-finish blueprint for realizing your dreams, one step at a time. Learn how to discover passions, proficiencies, and priorities.  Redefine success.  Create realistic plans, complete with milestones and investments.   

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Contents

We Arent Cats
7
What Is the End Game?
25
The Magic Bullet
51
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Lawler Kang is one of this generation's leading business consultants and inspirational speakers. After recovering from a neural aneurysm that left him in a coma and wheelchair, blind in one eye, and verbally challenged, he earned an MBA at The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania. His corporate experience includes helping to grow the U.S. subsidiary of a Japanese firm from $2 to $40 million in five years; consulting on data communication mergers and acquisitions exceeding $7 billion; and growing a technology consulting practice to almost 100 employees within a year. Lawler's well-rounded business experience also allowed him to be a key leader in three successful technology turnarounds. Lawler has presented to a variety of audiences and has spoken at Wharton, Columbia, and Harvard Business School conferences.

Mark Albion, who wrote the Foreword for Passion at Work, is the author of the bestseller, Making a Life, Making a Living.

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