Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow: Discovering Your Right Livelihood (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Jun 8, 2011 - Self-Help - 224 pages
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No More Monday Morning Blues...

You're about to be liberated! Here is the book you've been waiting for-a-step-by-step guide to finding the "work" that expresses and fulfills your needs, talents, and passions. Using dozens of real-life examples, Marsha Sinetar shows you how to overcome your fears, take the little risks that make big risks possible, and become a person whose work means self-expression, growth, and love!

Discover how to:

Tune into your inner world and your unique talents

Evaluate and build your self-esteem--the three key questions to ask yourself

Banish your outmoded network of "shoulds "

Deal with the Big R--resistance

Liberate yourself from an unfulfilling job...and much more!



Discover how to tune in to your inner world and your unique talents; evaluate and build your self-esteem, banish your out-moded network of "shoulds" and liberate yourself from an unfulfilling job with this step-by-step guide to finding work that satisfies your passions. -->


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Review: Do What You Love, the Money Will Follow: Discovering Your Right Livelihood

User Review  - Neilesha Lovestoworship - Goodreads

A Great book which helps you realize that work is not just to make a living,but should it be self expression. Read full review

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User Review  - Jerrine Regester - Goodreads

I plucked this book off my bookshelf when needing a last minute read to take on a plane ride. This is not so much of a review as a highlight of a few of my favorite quotes and ideas. I see Marsha ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Marsha Sinetar, Ph.D., is an organizational psychologist, mediator, and writer who for the past several years has been increasingly immersed in the study of self-actualizing adults.


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