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101 Ways to Love Your Job

Author : Stephanie Goddard Davidson
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More Joy in Your Job! People expect more out of their work now - not just a steady paycheck, but satisfaction and an opportunity to make a difference with others. Stephanie Goddard Davidson, author of 101 Ways to Have a Great Day at Work now shows you how to take your job and love it! Easy to read and even easier to use, this power-packed little book will help you transform your work experience: Techniques for career enjoyment through improving your skills and changing your perceptions How what you wear can affect your internal motivation and shift your point of view to promote career happiness Breakthrough techniques for doing your best work Coaching yourself into a meaningful career Developing your best work in only minutes a day Surpassing expectations - your bosses' and your own People skills and self-management In her signature easy-to-read and easy-to-use style, Stephanie Davidson has written another book that will transform the workplace. PRAISE FOR 101 WAYS TO HAVE A GREAT DAY AT WORK "A collection of simple yet powerful ideas to turn every workday into a great workday." Jeff Anderson, Vice President of Product Management, Franklin Covey "What a difference this book has made in my day-to-day productivity and stress levels." Tricia Mathes, Vice President, NPS Staffing

Love Your Job

Author : Kerry E. Hannon
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AWARDS: Independent Publisher Book Award 2015 (Silver) and National Mature Media Award 2015 (Bronze) Step-by-step tips for revitalizing your career Yes, it is possible to have a job you love, and it doesn't require starting from scratch. Love Your Job is a guide to making work fulfilling and fun — again, or even for the first time. Why count down the hours of the day or the days to retirement when you could reinvigorate your workday, transforming the daily doldrums into a daily dose of enjoyable activity? Kerry Hannon, The New York Times columnist and AARP's Jobs Expert, focuses on the little things that can make a big difference in how we feel about work. Love Your Job is all about the routines, habits, and thought patterns that, over the years, may have turned a dream job into a drudge or, worse, a nightmare. Changing these habits and attitudes is simple, and this book shows you how to identify the little things that make work enjoyable and engaging. Using these simple techniques, you can adopt the attitude that will keep you happy and that might just lead to bigger and better things, no matter what stage of your career you are in. In this book, you will learn to: Develop new habits that bring more purpose into every single workday Rekindle your hope and motivation by celebrating small successes Recognize negative patterns that keep you from enjoying your job Craft an entrepreneurial attitude that will get you noticed and enrich your work life We all deserve to experience happiness and satisfaction every day, at every stage of our careers. Kerry Hannon explains that you don't have to make a huge career transition to love work again. But if you reinvent the way you see work, who knows where your new outlook will lead? Wake up to the countless possibilities that await you with Love Your Job.

Love Your Work Reclaim Your Life

Author : Maggie Hamilton
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Most of us not only have to work, we want to work. But we sometimes feel so stressed and exhausted that we're afraid we can't continue living at this pace. If you're feeling down about your job right now, you are standing on the threshold of a whole new way of experiencing your work. Discover how even subtle changes to your day can make a huge difference, and explore the many resources you already possess that can help you create a rich and fulfilling life within and beyond work. Learn new, easy-to-implement techniques for: overcoming manic work patterns handling constant changes and cutbacks coping with retrenchments and takeovers thriving in a challenging work culture tackling your boss being a good boss dealing with customer and workmate conflicts managing a career change, and breathing new life into your home, your passions and your friendships Once you've read Love Your Work, Reclaim Your Life, you'll never see work the same way again.

Love Your Job

Author : Paul Powers (Management psychologist)
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I Love My Work But I Hate My Job

Author : Richard Werre
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I Love My Work But, I Hate My Job will provide something of interest for every member of the workforce, from those in positions of power, to those assigned to the maintenance function of the organization. Principles contained in the book are as applicable to the employees of an organization of three, as they are to those working in a major conglomerate, and to all levels in between. The book will capture the interest of the vast majority of employees who will discover how to rise above the circumstances created by oppression and incompetence in the workplace.

How to Get a Job You Love 2017 2018 Edition

Author : John Lees
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The nation''s much loved careers guide book is back! How To Get A Job You Love is a blueprint for anyone looking for work or planning a career change. Whether you''re looking for your first job, a graduate or an experienced professional, this book will guide you through the process accompanied by a series of exercises to help you decide what kind of role suits you. New Features in the 2017-18 edition include: * The changing nature of jobs and careers - including the ever-growing ''hidden'' job market * A wealth of practical tips to help you understand the kind of work that would suit you best - and how to find it * Everyone''s obsessed with finding their dream job - how realistic should your expectations be? * Are you currently feeling over-worked in an organisation where there''s little scope for progression and everyone''s experiencing job fragility? * Developing career ''agility'' - reinvent yourself as the market demands "When I read John''s writing, two things happen. First, I feel as if he''s standing right there, personally advising me. And second, I always come away thinking over the issue in a new way. It''s a rare, but very useful, gift." Sarah Green, Associate Editor, Harvard Business Review "This book is an excellent guide to enable students and professionals to understand themselves and apply this knowledge to create fulfilling and impactful careers in today''s global employment market. The exercises within are a great combination of pragmatic and reflective and we have utilised these to support our MBA students, from a diverse range of international and professional backgrounds, to define the milestones and actions they need to achieve careers success." Yasmina Mallam-Hassam, Careers Consultant Team Manager, Imperial College Business School "A positive, practical and readable guide, packed with creative tools and common sense advice from an author who understands careers from all angles. This book will support and encourage you throughout your working life, from making your initial career decision to helping with long term career management. It will challenge your preconceptions of yourself and of the world of work, and help you to a more fulfilling career." Julia Yates, Programme Leader, MSc Career Coaching, University of East London "This updated edition of my favourite career book reveals the results of important new research which emphasises the increasing importance of word of mouth referrals as a primary job hunting tool. John Lees'' approach works, because he gives readers simple, practical steps to help flip their mindsets into the more daring, exploratory and confident mode needed for career transition success." Stuart Lindenfield, Head of Transitions Practice, Reed Consulting "An absolute cracker of a book that will quite literally change your life as well as your career. I am always excited to try out the new ideas, concepts and intelligence presented in this essential career book every time it is revised, and am always inspired. Wherever you are on your own career path, just buy this book - and have John by your side as you navigate your way to a place you didn''t think was possible." Kathryn Jackson, New Zealand Executive Career Coach and author of How to Keep Your Cool if You Lose Your Job "I love the way that this book evolves; and it''s important that John has set this edition in the context of the changing nature of organisations and careers. Most of us will no longer be in a job for life. Many will find their values and life goals change, and so we need to review and consider what''s best for us right now. Inside this book are many helpful activities to get you thinking and moving to a more satisfying option." Denise Taylor, Career Psychologist with Amazing People and Author of Find Work at 50+ "I frequently recommend job seekers or those at a career crossroads to read How to Get a Job You Love as it offers practical and easily accessible advice from someone with vast experience in the area." Joëlle Warren, Managing Director, Warren Partners Ltd "John Lees'' latest revision of his seminal book both brings it firmly up to date and reinforces its now established special position as a place of reference and unusual insight". Stephen Bampfylde, Chairman, Saxton Bampfylde "Thank you John, for producing yet another ''How to Get a Job You Love'' masterpiece. This latest edition combines John''s extensive wisdom of the complex world of careers, with heaps of practical and accessible advice on enhancing your career prospects. A ''must-read'' for anyone who wants to maximise their job satisfaction and explore the next step in their career." Sophie Rowan, bestselling author of ''Brilliant Career Coach - How to Find and Follow your Dream Career'' and ''Happy at Work - Ten Steps to Ultimate Job Satisfaction'' "This is THE definitive careers book which I recommend to listeners on my podcast and to my coaching clients. John Lees provides clear, accessible and engaging career guidance which will help readers no matter what stage they are in their job seeking journey. Life is too short to spend your time doing a job you don''t enjoy. This book gives you the practical step-by-step skills, exercises and strategies you will need to get the job you''ll love." James Curran, Career coach and podcast host at "Watch out - this book could turn your life upside down." Liz Hall, Editor, Coaching At Work "For years, John Lees has been the smartest voice in career coaching. His insight and advice are a must-read for anyone entering today''s competitive job market." Rebecca Alexander, Dossier Editor, Psychologies Magazine "I love John''s really practical "How to guides" - over the years I have recommended them to clients, family and friends, as they are full of ideas on how to unlock the potential opportunities you have when seeking a job or career change. Life is too short not to love your job and this wonderfully practical book will help you secure the perfect job for you. It is filled with a number of creative tools and techniques that are fun to work through and will provide you with new insights and ideas that will encourage you to think in a whole new way." Brigit Egan, Director, Oakridge Training and Consulting "John is a regular speaker at AMBA events. His real world approach and engaging style of career coaching made him the obvious choice to launch AMBA''s webinar series. Alongside the various editions of How To Get A Job You Love and his other titles, business schools repeatedly welcome John to dispense highly practical advice to MBA students and alumni. In my own coaching practice John''s techniques are enthusiastically actioned by clients as they design (and achieve) their next role either as an in-house promotion or elsewhere." Steve Gorton, Enabling Development;, Trustee Director - Association of MBAs (2008 - 2015) "I''ve had the pleasure of working with John over several years where he has been a regular speaker at I Am events, on the theme of finding a job you love. John''s talks never fail to inspire; the advice he gives is always very well received, insightful and most importantly, of a practical nature. From both my own personal perspective and that of our delegates, I can''t recommend How to Get a Job You Love enough!" Debbie Hockham, Director, I Am Enterprises "This practical guide is a well-thumbed book in our school Careers Library. John Lees'' advice and guidance is as useful to young people as it is to adults." James Brittain, Head of Careers and Higher Education, Millfield School "The popularity of John Lees'' writing lies in his ability to connect with the sense many people have that they can be more than they currently are and deserve greater job satisfaction than they currently have. What makes his work distinctive is his use of his wide experience in careers coaching to provide tools and ways of thinking that any motivated individual can easily use to take control of their working life." Carole Pemberton, Career and Executive Coach and author of Coaching to Solutions "John Lees'' advice on careers is always useful and interesting and often surprising and even fascinating. From getting ahead to changing your career completely, this book is great guide to navigating the treacherous waters of the modern workplace." Rhymer Rigby, writer of the FT''s Careerist column and author of 28 Business Thinkers Who Changed The World and The Careerist "I know first hand the joy that being in the right career can bring and I commend John Lees for his books and seminars which help other people do just that." Rosemary Conley CBE "John Lees is the Career Professional''s professional; the doyen of careers experts. His books and advice have helped countless numbers of people to enjoy better, more fulfilling careers." Dr. Harry Freedman, Career and Business Strategist, Hanover Executive

How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job

Author : Dale Carnegie
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How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job will help you create a new approach to life and people and discover talents you never knew you had. This bestseller shows you how to make every day more exciting and rewarding—how you can get more done, and have more fun doing it. Dale Carnegie's time-tested advice will help you to: • Make other people feel important • Avoid unnecessary tension • Get people to say yes • Turn routine tasks into stimulating opportunities • Smile in the face of criticism A life-changing book that has helped people around the world, 'How to Enjoy your Life and Your Job' is your key to achieving success in your professional and personal life.

How to Get a Job You ll Love

Author : Janet Lees
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"This book is a treasure. Read it, devour it, use it, and find that job you once dreamed about but had almost given up on." Richard Nelson Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute? "A great book, full of insight and practical ideas. We spend much of our lives at work. It is important for us, and those around us, that we enjoy and are fulfilled byour work. And productivity and creativity come when we are passionate about our work. If you are not, work out how to be - read John's book." Gill Rider, President, Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development "This is a clearly written, supportive book, which gives you the right tools to tap into your own strengths to make that meaningful career move. In particular, Ilove the way Lees draws on the wisdom or experience of a wide range of people (Ozwald Boateng, Carl Jung, Lily Tomlin ...), past and present, who have helpfulviews on life and work." Lucy Beresford, psychotherapist, broadcaster andAgony Aunt for Psychologies and author ofHappy Relationships at Home, Work & Play (2013) "I love John's really practical 'how-to' guides - over the years I have recommended them to clients, family and friends, as they are full of ideas on how to unlock thepotential opportunities you have when seeking a job or career change. Life is too short not to love your job and this wonderfully practical book will help you securethe perfect job for you. It is filled with a number of creative tools and techniques that are fun to work through and will provide you with new insights and ideas thatwill encourage you to think in a whole new way." Brigit Egan, Director, Oakridge Training and Consulting "John Lees' advice on careers is always useful and interesting and often surprising and even fascinating. From getting ahead to changing your career completely, this book is a great guide to navigating the treacherous waters of the modern workplace." Rhymer Rigby, writer of the FT's Careerist column andauthor of 28 Business Thinkers Who ChangedThe World and The Careerist "John Lees' latest revision of his seminal book both brings it firmly up to date and reinforces its now established special position as a place of reference and unusual insight." Stephen Bampfylde, Chairman, Saxton Bampfylde Hever Plc "As the market morphs, a wealth of practical suggestions on how to land your dream job." Suchi Mukherjee, Managing Director, "An authoritative British voice in careers coaching." The Times Foreword by Richard Nelson Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute? Need up to date advice on making headway intoday's tough job market? Wondering what kind of work would suit you best? Want to love the job you've got? This new and fully updated 2013-14 edition of John Lees' bestselling How to Get a Job You'll Love will help readers unlock their hidden potential, find their passion and apply it to their working lives. Key Features New material on how and why people do wrong things in a job search New coverage of personal branding & selling yourself Updated material on how to make the most of social media & networking A refreshed overview of portfolio careers New coverage of career resilience - how to keep up energy and confidence New practical advice on bouncing back from job loss Comprehensively updated list of useful websites and resources

How to Really Love Your Job

Author : Don Osgood
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Here's a condensed book to read if you feel frustrated about your job. Management consultant Don Osgood can help you take a new look at your work and the way you approach it-with resounding results. His creative advice has turned people around in their jobs in many companies. Now it can do the same for you. These fresh insights can lead you to attain job satisfaction to a degree you've never had before. You can really love your job!

48 Days to the Work You Love

Author : Dan Miller
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Guides people working in jobs they hate on how to make successful career decisions by creating a compass from their natural skills and abilities, personality traits, values, dreams, and passions, directing them to a more fulfilling vocation.

You Deserve to Love Your Job

Author : Arlene Pace Green
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You may not have learned this growing up, but you deserve to love your job. You will spend more time at work than in any other activity in your life - and you deserve to love it. People who love their work are twice as likely to enjoy their life. Ready to get started? You Deserve to Love Your Job provides a blueprint on how to find your purpose and fully enjoy your life. Filled with examples, quizzes, and experiences from real people, this book lays out a roadmap to help you clarify your purpose and create an action plan to achieve it. Let's go!


Author : Love My Job Essentials
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Do you love your job? Even though you might not be getting rich anytime soon wear this funny occupation notebook to work and surprise your boss by telling him or her how much you love your job or career. Awesome novelty gift journal for those who adore their job, whether day or night, all week or all month, show some appreciation and respect for your occupation with this i love my job planner.

Work with Passion

Author : Nancy Anderson
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In this twentieth anniversary edition of her perennial bestseller, Nancy Anderson shows readers how following their passion to find their special niche is the most effective and rewarding approach to business and career success. Work with Passion follows the step-by-step program Anderson implements in her career counseling practice, carefully guiding readers through each stage. The program follows the ten “Passion Secrets” of successful people, and topics include clarifying goals, trusting instincts, doing research, and meeting others who are passionate about their work. "I have found that we love to hear success stories,” Anderson writes, and each chapter tells those powerful stories of people who have overcome adversity and realized their dreams. Work with Passion has a wealth of inspirational guidance, from the broadest kinds of visionary encouragement to very practical tips on networking, developing a resume, and writing a query letter that gets results. This comprehensive course in career counseling is for everyone who would rather brag about their career than complain about their job.

72 Hours to the Job You Love

Author : Myjobmag Publishing
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Have you always wanted to get a job that you really love, but you don't know how to get started? You have been putting in all your efforts, hoping you'd eventually find a job that will worth it, only to find out that months and even years have gone by and you have seen zero progress? If this has been your situation, I am glad to tell you that; the key to your job search progress is right in your hands. This book will help you discover how to find a job that you will look forward to every morning, this book will also help you find fulfilment in your career life. If you don't just want to get any job, but a job that will give you a sense of fulfilment and at the same time help you add value to other people's lives, then you should read this book. If you read this book, you will: Learn how to research employers and companies to find out which is right for you. Discover your skills, values, and experience to match them to the job of your dreams. Find out the kind of job environment that you can thrive in. Learn how to make your application get in front of the right employers. Learn how to overcome the fears that are keeping you from acing your job interviews. Know the best strategies on how to become an A+ job candidate. Learn how to use the social network to attract more job opportunities to yourself. Get access to award-winning worksheets that will help you discover your true work values? Get access to 20+ of our easy-to-use customizable CV templates. Since you have been hoping for an answer to all your job search questions, this is the answer and you don't want to miss this opportunity. Scroll to the top and click the "buy now" button, and say goodbye to your days of fruitless job search hustle.

I Love My Job

Author : Silence Stalker
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This Notebook is a simple accessory with minimal design for you keeping track of your work, your jobs and your lovely boss.

Loving Your Job Finding Your Passion

Author : Joseph G. Allegretti
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Creating a spirituality of work People want to feel good about their job, no matter what they do. They want their job to support their spiritual values and to have a meaning that extends beyond them. This upbeat title can help anyone in any position do this with the work they're in right now. The book helps create a spirituality of work that leads to more creativity and satisfaction and to a better balance between one's home life and work life. It offers concrete, step-by-step help to uncovering the calling present in every job. Helping everyone from the first-time employee to the burned-out veteran, this title-- --uses humor, realism, and optimism to tackle the problem --shows how work is a calling to be in relationship --invites participation through chapter questions and exercises --is easily adaptable for different jobs, situations, lifestyles, and personalities --embraces people of all faiths This is inspiring, practical reading for-- o adult ed classes o business students o company retreats o classes on business ethics o vocational counselors o pastoral counselors o and every worker, whether currently employed or unemployed

Falling in Love with Work

Author : Denice Kronau
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Most of us fantasize about what it would be like to walk away from work. Denice Kronau did it. On the surface, Denice had it all: a great job as CEO of a $100 million company, offices in thirty countries, and travel around the world. However, her great job was killing her because she couldn't keep work in perspective. She let it take over her life and was exhausted, overworked, overweight, and endlessly running on a hamster wheel. When it became too much, she took an unpaid sabbatical and spent months regaining a sense of balance in her life. She explored what drove her to work in such a destructive way and discovered many insights about work. More importantly, she found what made her happy at work. In "Falling in Love with Work," Denice shares many of these key elements, such as: We're human beings, not human "doings." Don't feed the urgent while starving the important. It's perfectly fine to "Find out what you don't do well, and don't do it" (to quote Alf, the 1980s TV character). Be happy, now. Don't postpone happiness while waiting for a one-time event. About the Author Denice Kronau is a veteran of corporate life. During her thirty-year career she has held positions of chief executive officer, chief financial officer, and chief diversity officer. She has worked for notable global companies such as Altria, Diageo PLC, and Siemens AG.

Fit Matters

Author : Moe Carrick
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How can individuals discover a job that really matches their needs? A job that provides meaning to their lives? Fit Matters shows them how – it’s a practical guide for employees at any career stage to help them find the job they’ll love. Research shows that only 30 percent of Americans, and an even lower percentage of employees around the world, strongly agree that they have a chance to bring their best selves to work. In addition, employees are increasingly seeking jobs that feed their spirits, their minds, and their hearts (they need more than just good pay and benefits). They realize that work fit is crucial if they’re to perform at their best and help their organizations reach their goals. Fit, as it happens, matters. Fit Matters is both thought-provoking and practical, with tools and exercises designed to help readers evaluate the fit between their needs and the culture of their current or prospective employer, assess and articulate what they really need to thrive at work, and develop options if they find themselves in a company or job where they are misfit. Readers will learn that self-knowledge, combined with an understanding of six elements of work fit, will help them make career decisions that will lead to better job satisfaction and improved performance – a win-win for both employee and employer. They’ll learn: Why work fit matters to them and their organizations How to master the six essential elements of fit How to assess themselves to better understand their work needs How to recognize whether their fit is as good as it should be How to evaluate their options, including flexing to fit or finding new work Fit Matters is the perfect complement to some of the bestselling titles offering career advice – it’s the only book to address the importance of “fit” between employees and organizations. No other book provides a systematic, practical framework for readers to assess and improve their happiness at work. Coupled with unique primary research, real-world examples drawn from firsthand interviews, and a number of useful tools and exercises, the book is a highly readable, accessible guide that employees and job seekers can use to find work settings they’ll love and to thrive at work over the entire course of their careers.

Follow Your True Colors to the Work You Love

Author : Carolyn Kalil
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Do you hate your job, but don't know what else you can do? Carolyn Kalil takes the mystery and misery out of the search for satisfying work by helping you to discover your natural strengths and talents.

Love Your Job

Author : Infinite Ideas
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Love your job is a practical collection of tips and techniques that will bring you success at work. It brings together some of the greatest ideas on work and careers from self-help classics: Napoleon Hill's Think and grow rich; Benjamin Franklin's The way to wealth; George S.Clason's The richest man in Babylon, books that inspired generations of readers with simple and effective ideas that continue to resonate today. The wise lessons from these books have been interpreted here using twenty-first century case studies and modern careers and motivational advice. These 50 short, entertaining chapters, which include practical tips and inspiring quotes, are sure to help you succeed in your career.