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Alexandra Levit gives the reader an inside view on what makes a professional successful in today's business climate.
Alexandra Levit's book challenges many, perhaps most, of our beliefs with great research, enticing illustrations and a great deal of reasonable sense.
In this book, Alexandra Levit tells you the kind of advice you really need to hear but nobody will tell you to your face.
Wish I had this book when I began my career would of helped me notice behaviors and adjust my plans to suit must faster,Published 7 months ago by Ria
Nothing new, but still worth reading.
A common sense refresher and a little myth busting supported by facts.
Great book. Very good pitfalls to avoid and probably pretty common mistake. I will re-read this book a couple of times to make sure I don't forget what not to do.Published on August 29, 2012 by ZukiGyrl
There's nothing more frustrating than reading overly simplified, "Pollyanna" type career advice, particularly amidst a gloomy job market. Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by Selena Rezvani
I like how Alex included a lot of examples, interviews, worksheets, and questionnaires.
At the same time considering the depth of the book, it's not too wordy to discourage... Read more
Alexandra Levit successfully researched and detailed extremely practical suggestions for how to improve one's career position. Read morePublished on October 27, 2011 by HK Mertens
This should be required reading for anyone about to start a new job. Levit does a great job outlining why you shouldn't take some common advice and how you can succeed in the... Read morePublished on October 27, 2011 by J. Kate
This book had some interesting tips and was an easy read, but certainly nothing groundbreaking. I had high hopes given the rave reviews I had read and so I guess I was expecting... Read morePublished on October 26, 2011 by Sally
Sometimes, when seeking meaningful work you need very practical advice (news you can use). Other times you want insights on career/future-of-work trends. Read morePublished on October 22, 2011 by Kare Anderson