Zen and the Art of Making a Living: A Practical Guide to Creative Career Design (Compass) Revised, Expanded Edition, Kindle Edition
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- Length: 605 pages
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- Publication Date : May 1, 1999
- Print Length : 605 pages
- File Size : 69145 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Penguin Books; Revised, Expanded Edition (May 1, 1999)
- ASIN : B000PDYW24
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
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- Best Sellers Rank: #558,129 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Seriously though, if you’re a person who still chooses to believe in magic, in purpose, in soul - this is the book to read. It's well worth your money and time; not one of those stomach-turning “what’s your personal brand” books. If however, you see a money-making opportunity in every friendship or acquaintance, this is aerie-faerie nonsense. Follow your bliss is a mantra or soft-headed silliness; accordingly buy this book or use it for a paperweight.
I’ll keep this book gratefully. And I’ll assume a honest mistake on the seller’s part. I am not one to blow things out of proportion or see conspiracies in every meeting, I simply enjoyed the joke. Two other books I could recommend are “The Pathfinder” by Nicholas Lore and of course “What Color is Your Parachute” by Richard Bolles.
Richard Bolles, the author of a seminal career development book "What Color is Your Parachute?," also endorses this book. I've also read parts of Bolle's book and although I did get some benefit from that book, I could never finish it and felt a bit disconnected from the content. When I started reading this book, at the recommendation of a good friend, I knew that I would take the time to finish it. This book is thick and full of a lot of great quotes, ideas, and practices. So, expect to take your time getting through all of the pages. It's definitely worth buying and keeping as a resource throughout your professional career!
The book was mentioned by Life Coach, Beverley Barnes, as a great step to better understanding our choices in careers and making a living. She was SO right when she recommended this one!
Be prepared for a BIG book and BIG info - there 's a lot. Let it sink in too ! I've actually made myself a little notebook as I read with this one!
a great buy and great read for anyone with questions about their life path and career.