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Where Is YOUR Life Going?
Kitty Boitnott, Ph.D., NBCT, RScP
Career Transition & Job Search Coach / Your Career Makeover Coach
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I have another book to offer for you. I know some of you got the last book I recommended, Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy. In fact, for some of you, the book has already had a profound effect on you. I know because I have heard from you.
The next book I want to recommend is one that I have had on my shelf for a while, but I only recently started reading. It is along the same theme, and the title is The Pathfinder: How to Choose or Change Your Career for a Lifetime of Satisfaction and Success.
This book is by Nicholas Lore, the founder of Rockport Institute, an enterprise that has been in the business of helping people choose careers they love since 1981. Given my new-found mission of helping people find jobs that are perfect for THEM, this book is a perfect fit for my business, so I want to recommend it to you.
Lore offers that we have been selecting careers all wrong...and I think he is on to something. We are often told by those we love and trust that we need "good jobs" and if we have an artistic talent, we are instructed to keep it as a hobby but major in something that will "pay the bills."
Is it any wonder that 70% of Americans hate their jobs or are bored stiff by them?
I want for you that you find work that lights you up, keeps you fully engaged and allows you to make the difference in the world that you know you were born to make.
It is time to stop settling for work that just pays the bills. Yes, paying the bills is important, but there is so much more to life--and work--than that. Don't you want to know what it feels like to bounce ou of bed eager to get to the work you were born to do? That is what I want for you. And I believe it is possible!
Until next time.
Have you downloaded your FREE guide on the 10 things every job seeker should consider if they are ready to change their job or career? If not, it isn't too late. It is still available. Just click on the photo below to be taken to the web page where you can download the report and get it for free.
And stay tuned for information about a new webinar that is in the works for a couple of weeks from now.
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