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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Create your destiny. Heed your call. Live your work life with passion. Starting now! bull; Why settle for a paycheck, when you can follow your passions? bull; With Kang's proven 5-step process, you'll discover the mission that brings you the deepest meaning - decipher your passions, proficiencies and priorities, and unleash them to create a niche only you can dominate! bull; Foreword by Mark Albion, author of the best-seller Making a Life, Making a Living

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

User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

So far this has been a pretty interesting read... This is a great read with lots of interesting ideas and punk rock references (minor threat, Descendents) along with great ideas about your life. Read it! Read full review

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

User Review  - Ruth - Goodreads

The exercises and stories in this book will give you a lot to think about. There is minimal smarmy "business school" language and a lot of practical advice (although not as much as you'd hope... but it's a very small book). It's both inspiring and empowering. Read full review

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