Item description for Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow: Discovering Your Right Livelihood by Marsha Sinetar...
Overview A liberating, step-by-step guide to finding the work best suited to your needs and talents. Overcome fears, learn to take risks, and evaluate and build self-esteem. If your New Year's resolutions include banishing those Monday morning blues, this is the book for you! (Dell)
Publishers Description No More Monday Morning Blues... You're about to be liberated Here is the book you've been waiting for-a-step-by-step guide to finding the "work" that expresses and fulfills your needs, talents, and passions. Using dozens of real-life examples, Marsha Sinetar shows you how to overcome your fears, take the little risks that make big risks possible, and become a person whose work means self-expression, growth, and love Discover how to: Tune into your inner world and your unique talents Evaluate and build your self-esteem--the three key questions to ask yourself Banish your outmoded network of "shoulds " Deal with the Big R--resistance Liberate yourself from an unfulfilling job...and much more
Discover how to tune in to your inner world and your unique talents; evaluate and build your self-esteem, banish your out-moded network of "shoulds" and liberate yourself from an unfulfilling job with this step-by-step guide to finding work that satisfies your passions.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.92" Width: 5.48" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Mar 4, 1989
ISBN 0440501601 ISBN13 9780440501602
Availability 47 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 20, 2017 09:13.
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More About Marsha Sinetar
Marsha Sinetar, Ph.D., is an organizational psychologist, mediator, and writer who for the past several years has been increasingly immersed in the study of self-actualizing adults.
Marsha Sinetar currently resides in the state of California.
Reviews - What do customers think about Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow: Discovering Your Right Livelihood?
It's true May 15, 2008
I really enjoy this book and find its premise to be true. Many people settle into jobs they dislike and even hate. Doing what you love brings joys to all areas of your life. Sometimes we're afraid to make the leap into something that we love for monetary reasons, but the payoff is worth it.
what is this book really about?????? May 13, 2007
This book harps on a persons' upbringing and if there was enough encouragement, enthusiam and confidence given as a child... The author feels based on the manner in which the person was raised is relevant to their success...I kept reading ( painfully ) because I was sure somewhere there would be something relevant to the title. Reading this book was like a therapy session , that I did not request..
Misleading title Apr 15, 2007
I gave this book two stars not because of the writing, but because the title is misleading. If you're looking for courage to quit your high-paying but soulless job for more soulful work--and maintain your standard of living--this book won't deliver.
Perhaps a better title would be DO WHAT YOU LOVE, THE MONEY WON'T MATTER. That would set a reader's expectations more in line with the book's message. The cases in the book were not monetarily successful. However, they show that if you follow your heart, the money won't matter. The things that money can buy when working a soulless career, such as vacations, clothes, cars, and so on lose their appeal as a reward, because what you DO is the reward. You no longer need what money can buy because you have what money can't buy: love.
More than just a Career book! Feb 20, 2007
I simply loved this book! It motivated me greatly on a daily basis and I couldn't wait to continue reading it. I felt so positive and good about my quest.
Even though it was written a while ago, it still has much relevance today. If you think this is just another career book, you are severely mistaken.
There is so much psychology packed into it, in an accessable language. It truly is "food for thought" and makes you think about what your priorities in life are.
Highly recommended. Feel good factor!
Great Book Jan 9, 2007
This is an inspirational and motivating book. Highly recommended for anyone considering a career change or to revitalize your career goals.