Whistle While You Work: Heeding Your Life's Calling
Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 151 pages
Calling is natural. We all possess it. It needs only to uncovered, not
discovered. Whistle While You Work makes the uncovering process inspiring and fun. Featuring a unique “Calling Card” exercise—a powerful way to put the whistle in your work—it is a liberating and practical guide that will help you find work that is truly satisfying, deeply fulfilling, and consistent with your deepest values.
Richard Leider and David Shapiro combine straightforward advice for how you can discover your calling with dozens of inspiring stories featuring individuals who have found—or are in the process of finding—theirs. Most importantly, they provide an inspiring, effective, and entertaining guide to discovering the work you were born to do. It will equip you to see a clear picture of what your right work is and what to do with your limited time here on Earth.
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