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Marcus Buckingham is a best-selling author with more than 3.7 million copies of his landmark bestsellers in print. Profiled in the New York Times, Fortune, and Fast Company, he has consulted with brands such as Toyota, Coca-Cola, and Best Buy. Twitter @mwbuckingham, Facebook: facebook.com/marcuswbuckingham
This is a wonderful tool to help a woman find what makes her energized and joyful and how she can bend her activities in that direction for a more deeply satisfying life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pamela Forbes
Even though this book is presented more specifically to women .. I would recommend this book to all those interested in taking charge of their lives in a an aware, healthy and self... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Neena
Buckingham's explanation of strong moments and finding out I'm a motivator had really helped me in my daily life and career choices.Published 1 month ago by Linda Watson
Read it if you need a life or career change!!! More than anything it made me feel understood and gave me great encouragement that I can make a change!!!Published 8 months ago by Tammy Kay Johnson
I love Buckingham's work because it's based on solid research. His work with Gallup gives credibility to his conclusions far beyond other books that can simply provide the authors... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Candace Isaacs
As a researcher, I am particular when it comes to nonfiction books and want them to be well-grounded and rich with substance. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dr. Christi Hegstad
Truthfully, I wasn't enraptured by Finding Your Strongest Life: What the Happiest and Most Successful Women Do Differently. Read morePublished on March 12, 2012 by Raquel S.
Marcus Buckingham always writes books that are helpful and interesting. This one is no different. I read a good portion of this book on an airplane, and the glances I received from... Read morePublished on October 25, 2011 by Amazon Customer
I guess you'd say I'm in my second career. Or third. Or... who's counting. What I know is that now that I'm an empty nester and GenSandwicher, my work and my options have changed. Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by Pat J. Sikora