The Career Clinic: Eight Simple Rules for Finding Work You Love

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AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn, Oct 15, 2008 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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The secret to life is doing the work we are meant to do. As the longtime host of a radio show devoted to helping people find work they love, Maureen Anderson has often invited listeners in to hear firsthand accounts of people who not only relish their work, but live without regret. The Career Clinic is filled with intimate, revealing, and inspiring stories of career transitions that led to fulfillment, meaning, and peace. . .and offers suggestions for how others can make them too. Readers will find plenty of practical guidance on how to make the leap from the 9-to-5 doldrums to a love affair with their career. From a fashion designer who became a psychotherapist, to a husband and wife who followed their dream to open a bookstore, to a secretary who became the famous editor of a legendary magazine, the book offers warmhearted advice and encouragement. Readers will learn how to find their place in the world, have fun, and say, “Yes!” to what truly makes them happy.
 

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Contents

No Regrets
1
Talk to Yourself
23
Stop
45
Ask for Directions When You Get Lost
65
Accept Free Samples
93
Say Yes
117
Have Fun
139
Try Something New When You Stop Having Fun
173
A Parting Gift
205
Acknowledgments
207
Index
209
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Maureen Anderson is host of the nationally syndicated radio program The Career ClinicŪ. She is also an award-winning journalist whose articles and essays have appeared in publications ranging from Radio World to Spirituality & Health. This is her third book

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