A Job to Love

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A Job to Love

Alongside a satisfying relationship, a career we love is one of the foremost requirements for a fulfilled life. Unfortunately, it is devilishly hard to understand oneself well enough to know quite where one's energies should be directed.  A Job To Love is designed to help us out of some of these impasses. It is a guide to how we can better understand ourselves and locate a job that is right for us.

With compassion and a deeply practical spirit, this book guides us to discover our true talents and to make sense of our confused desires and aspirations before it is too late.

Hardback book | 189 pages | 195mm x 18mm x 130mm | Yellow ribbon bookmark

Chapters include:

  • How we came to desire a job we could love
  • The 'vocation myth'
  • The output/input confusion
  • The dangers of success
  • Confidence and inner voices
  • The 'perfectionism trap'
  • The imposter syndrome
  • Good enough work

Read an extract from the book.

This book is also available on Kindle.

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