Dave Ramsey says, "Stop working a J-O-B! Read this book, then find work you love." This book is being touted as one of those rare insights that could very well revolutionize work and career life as we know it.
Prepare to have your world rocked as Dan uncovers and lays out what is wrong with “work” in today’s world, what has changed and why people are sacrificing their spiritual and physical health to day jobs that have no meaning in their lives, and the path to a true, meaningful, fulfilling and life-rewarding vocation. This book is being touted as one of those rare insights in “such a time as this,” that could very well revolutionize work and career life as we know it.
In this 48 Days To The Work You Love book, you will learn how to:
- Discover your God-given and perhaps buried talents
- Take those talents and create a clear focus
- Embrace the gift of meaningful work
- Experience the absolute release that comes from finding your passion
- Understand the differences between vocation, career, and job
- Learn from the shared life stories of those already living the 48 Days principles
- Go through defeat and failure and come back twice as strong
- Find job possibilities that never appear in the newspaper or online
- Make $1,000 a minute by negotiating your offer
- Turn your own ideas into extraordinary income
- Decide whether you want a “traditional job” or one of the new work models
- Recognize the only kind of education that has value
- Build up your assets, even while unemployed
- Find your IDEAL WORK – and LOVE it!
Publisher: B&H Publishing
Release Date: 2015
Genre: Business, Career
Target Audience: People Who Want to Find Their Calling and a Career They Are Passionate About
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