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I found Ms. Alboher's book to be thoroughly inspiring, well-written and nicely paced.
One Person/Multiple Careers - clearly illuminates paths that if explored will enrich your life and open a world of possibilities.
It's been awhile since I read a book that I wanted to recommend to career and business clients.
Reading about people who were able to pursue their various interests was really inspiring. Their advice and examples on how they juggle several roles were right on point. Read morePublished 5 months ago by MDB
Well written, comprehensive, and, best of all, suggests ways to figure out a second (or third) career without the book. Can't get much better than that.Published 11 months ago by William J. Bean
Just read Marci Alboher's One Person / Multiple Careers and loved it!! 4 years ago I started a journey of becoming a slash without even knowing what it was. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Andy
Sometimes we find a book that encourages us to keep going and to expand our horizons. As Jim Rohn once said, "Some of the information will be so dramatic that your life will never... Read morePublished on September 22, 2011 by Carlos Jimenez
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Carrie Lane, art consultant/ Pilates instructor
Dan Milstein, computer programmer/ theatre director
Angela Williams,... Read more
The title refers to the prevalence of a "slash" in people's lives these days - people who instead of seeing themselves as an "accountant", consider themselves an... Read morePublished on June 23, 2008 by Bill Reid
I have bought this book in order to figure out HOW to make my interests a slash career. Instead, this book is nothing that stories about and resumes of people who have multiple... Read morePublished on April 20, 2008 by A. Katz
This is a fantastic book. As a lawyer, I've thought many times of quitting the practice of law. This book showed me that instead of leave one career for another, I could simply... Read morePublished on November 7, 2007 by Noeleen G. Walder
This book is a friend indeed. Marci has captured the essence of what is going on in our society today (at least in the United States)in a way that supports those of us who are... Read morePublished on August 3, 2007 by Betsy Landau