Zen and the Art of Making a Living: A Practical Guide to Creative Career Design

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Arkana, 1993 - Career changes - 599 pages
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For career consultant Laurence Boldt everyone is the artist of his or her own life. In this potentially life-changing book, he offers the most innovative, unconventional -- and profoundly practical -- career guide since What Color is Your Parachute?In addition to more traditional material like assessing skills and writing a resume, there is a wealth of information not generally found in career guides, including how to start a business, work freelance, found a non-profit corporation -- and love what you are doing until you're doing what you love.

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Review: Zen and the Art of Making a Living: A Practical Guide to Creative Career Design

User Review  - Elaine - Goodreads

In my late 20s, I got partway through the very extensive writing and reflecting that this workbook calls for, and that's it. There's only so much soul-searching that I can do. Maybe this book would be better for people with more life/work experience -- and thus more to reflect on...? Read full review

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User Review  - Lori - Goodreads

it was interesting Read full review

Contents

Scenario I SAILING
305
Scenario II WIELDING THE FREELANCE 351362
351
Scenario III CRAFTING THE NONPROFIT
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Laurence G. Boldt is a writer and career consultant.

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