Your time is precious, the subject of success is great, and you are unique. Address these important concerns through the short, interactive process in “Step Into the Success You Want: Sparking Your Powers.” You’ll enrich the quality of your professional and personal life as you take small, flexible steps to support success, as you define it. You’ll also see how to transcend internal emotional barriers that may block progress.
Find fresh inspiration and motivation from the quotes, humor, photos, and wide variety of resources also listed in this handbook. As you honor your interests and nature through an array of accessible actions, confidence and enjoyment will flourish.
“Step Into the Success You Want: Sparking Your Powers” provides these three galvanizing guides for action, in addition to the Introduction:
“Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can’t practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage.”
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“Happiness and Joy in Work: Prepare for Your Future” shows you how to use the power of positive emotions to boost your energy and value in these continuing times of accelerating change. You’ll see how to convert disruptions and challenges into promising possibilities by integrating lifelong learning, applying soft skills, and anticipating technological passages. Its interactive, flexible format will help you enjoy and benefit from expanding your range of abilities, including coloring, drawing, appreciating music, and storytelling.
Drawing on a variety of fields and situations, “Happiness and Joy in Work: Prepare for Your Future” also shows how to translate your own complex interests, skills, and preferences into an original description of what you want to do. That will include how, where, with whom, and why ─ whether for jobs, careers, or callings. This interactive, holistic process can be kept current and authentic independently for sustaining success, as you define it, and to transcend natural blocks and anxieties that come with our world of accelerating change. Short adaptable guides in the appendices and endnotes are designed to deepen your abilities and knowledge in practical, accessible ways. Scheduled for publishing: late summer, 2018.