The second part focuses on choosing a career path best suited to one's talents and preferences.
From well-written essays to thought through exercises, this book will help anyone re-think their work life and enable them to make positive changes.
When I started reading this book, at the recommendation of a good friend, I knew that I would take the time to finish it.
excellent book for those lost in our economically hard timesPublished 5 days ago by Carla Sternberg
A well thought out synthesis of our spiritual and our material needs and how to fulfill them. THe missing 5th star is due to the fact that I am half way through the book.Published 4 months ago by Art
Zen or the Art of Making a Living is a highly useful career guide, and at the same time more than a career guide. Laurence G. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dr. Peter Fritz Walter
It was a Present for my Employers...who have little sayings stuck on the wall in their office....They Love the BookPublished 5 months ago by George Cole
Amazing book... have not been able to put it down since I began reading... one of those classics that should be required reading for all humans.Published 7 months ago by Douglas A. Gervasi
This is a career guide unlike others I have read in that it takes into account the spiritual aspects of who we are when considering what we should be doing with our lives. Read morePublished 16 months ago by jason
The book is packed with wisdom! It is too much to read entirely, but the reader can focus on the aspects of greatest interest.Published 18 months ago by Tim Athan
I purchased this book as a course requirement and found it a huge disappointment. The instructor did assign readings from this book but they are way too right brained for me. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Prof Mon
Zen and the Art of Making a Living is the BEST most comprehensive career development/design book that I've ever read! Read morePublished on November 19, 2011 by FirstGenProfess