Discover What You're Best At: Revised for the 21St Century

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 23, 2010 - Self-Help - 192 pages
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The bestselling career guide that has helped more than half a million people discover their true talents and make successful career choices, now completely revised for the digital age.

Learn how to identify your talents and harness your potential skills and start making money doing what you love. Now revised for the digital age, Lina Gale’s bestselling Discover What You’re Best At will teach you how to set realistic and rewarding goals, save money, and learn about new areas of the job market where you could begin a fulfilling career. Complete with job listings and comprehensive tests to help you evaluate your talents and aptitude, Discover What You’re Best At is the only career guide you’ll ever need.
 

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GREAT book! I have taken many personality tests, career aptitude tests, and career interest tests but this helped me more than the others. The tests are accurate and measurable. They are not as subjective and open for interpretation like the others I've taken. Tests are timed and answers are either right or wrong. I was surprised at my scores in some of the subjects. I also appreciated the careers listed by cluster; it opened my mind to careers I'd never considered but can now see how I'd flourish in them. The book helped immensely. I only gave it 4 out of 5 stars because the list of careers is limited and there is no place to get additional information categorized by clusters. I wish there was a website for more information. Although the book is updated for this century, it's now a couple decades old. 

Contents

PREFACE
7
Answer Keys
73
Profit from Your Results
85
41
86
PART
113
Then and
177
46
180
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Linda Gale is the bestselling author and coauthor of three career books. She has twenty-three years of experience as a professional "door-opener," initiating and developing strategic business partnerships. Linda lives in New York City.

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