The book would have been strengthened with more narrative about the relationship between choosing a calling and maintaining a positive cash flow. Yet the clarity and conviction of its approach sets this book apart from other do-what-you-love career books. It is an eloquent and practical blueprint for being at home in the world by making a living with your uniqueness. --Barbara Mackoff
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Opens your eyes to other opportunities. Makes you think outside the box and allows you to open your mind to your strengths.Published 22 months ago by RPH
I always read books even if they're not that great, but this was so repetitive and used so many examples that illustrated so little that I got so bored and stopped. Read morePublished on January 2, 2010 by J. Pang
I've read other books about finding life's purpose and calling, but they often do not give you the tool just to do that. This book does! Read morePublished on June 26, 2008 by Inge Santoso
This book helped me put a Name Tag on my life's calling.
I also found out how often I am able to use it in my job (only 10% of the time). Read more
Get control of your career and your expectations of what career means in your life. This book does a great job of guiding you along as you question where you are in life and where... Read morePublished on February 28, 2002 by Brent Sykes
Davey is a great guy. He rides his bike all over Seattle. He wears really cool glasses too. I'm honored to be mentioned in the book. Dave is a great writer and philosopher. Read morePublished on December 17, 2001 by Robert A. Schulman