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A Do Over : Make Today the First Day of your New Career / Jon Acuff

Acuff, Jonathan, (author.).
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Scott County PL - Scottsburg 650.14 ACU (Text) 35830801854141 Non-Fiction Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780143109693
  • Physical Description: x, 277 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
  • Publisher: New York, New York : Portfolio / Penguin, 2017.

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Formatted Contents Note:
a Career savings account -- Do this first -- Investment 1: Relationships: -- You don't know who you know -- Give your foes what they need most -- Casual counts -- Great careers take great advocates -- Don't burn many bridges -- Community shines brightest in the darkness of a career bump -- Investment 2: Skills: -- You have more skills than you think -- Master the invisible skills -- Never become a dinosaur -- Win the way you won before -- Kick-start your new skills with something fun -- Skills get sharp slowly and dull quickly -- Grab the right kind of hammer for your career ceiling -- Investment 3: Character: -- Plant an orchard -- Generosity is a game changer -- Empathy, no longer just for people who like to cry with friends -- Be present -- Never jump without character -- Investment 4: Hustle: -- Grit is a choice, not a feeling -- Hustle has seasons: use awareness to recognize them -- Career yoga -- Always use this to multiply the moment -- Three final words you'll tell me someday soon.
Summary, etc.:
a Starting on the first day you got paid to scoop ice cream or restock shelves, you've had the chance to develop the four elements all great careers have in common: relationships, skills, character, and hustle. You already have each of those, to one degree or another. Now it's time to amplify them and apply them in a new way. -- Back cover.
Subject: Career development.
Career changes.
Job satisfcation.
Vocational guidance.

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