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How To Find Your Vital Vocation.
One of the things I loved most about the book was the way Carr broke everything down with questions to ask yourself, exercises to help you discover talents you may not even be aware you possess. It is a book you can come back time and time again and always find something new and helpful to get you on your journey to a more rewarding and satisfactory career. I would recommend Brian Cormack Carr’s book to anyone who’s unhappy with their job.
Steven Lane Taylor, author of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat: A Guide for Living Life in the Divine Flow"
I especially appreciated the advice in Chapter 8 where the author discusses overcoming demotivation and procrastination...two barriers common to people stuck in their jobs and keep them from moving forward.
Another concept very useful to people wanting to change careers is the distinction between "ideal jobs" and "good enough jobs" and how and when to pursue each. In Chapter 9 the author introduces the 7-Step Emergency Job Loss Action Plan. Most people when they lose a job, don't have the time or temperament for introspection. Finding your "vital vocation" doesn't happen immediately and takes effort. Whether you need a job right away or have the luxury to explore your inner self, I believe this book provides good instruction how to do both.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book packs all the essential steps to right livelihood into a compact volume that's actually fun to read. It's comprehensive without being weighty. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Aspen Leaf
I have heard so many times that most people are not happy or satisfied in their jobs. I know I felt that way for many years. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bill Cashell
I received a complimentary copy for the Kindle from the author.
The book gives you career coaching. Read more
There is a rather healthy debate going on about the percentage of employees who are actively engaged in their jobs. Read morePublished on July 13, 2014 by John Chancellor
i find this book very helpful especially for anyone looking for that career path that bring smile as well as the moneyPublished on May 23, 2014 by Mayowa Ajisafe
Life is too short to not love what you are doing. Yet, far too many people do what they do for a living and yet do it without joy. Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by Chuck Gallagher
Sometimes we have the big picture of the direction we want to go and what it is that we want to achieve, but do not know how to begin or proceed. Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by YR