How to Get What You Really Want
By Barbara Sher, Annie Gottlieb
effective strategies for making real change in your life. This
human, practical program puts your vague yearnings and dreams to
work for you--with concrete results. You will learn to: discover
your strengths and skills; turn your fears and negative feelings
into positive tools; diagram the path to your goal--and make out
target dates for meeting it, and much more!
Only Too Late If you Don't Start Now: How to Create Your
Second Life After Forty
By Barbara Sher
|Midlife is the beginning of
something better than mere youth, a time when "you
start to live your life to suit who you really are."
Instead of worrying about your slowing body or unrealized
expectations, why not focus on new opportunities to take risks
and try new experiences, or to take another crack at personal
goals you never had a chance to go for in the past?
Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was: How to Discover
What you Really Want and How to Get It
By Barbara Sher and Barbara Smith
|This is a perfect book for new college graduates
or anyone sick and tired of languishing in a dead-end job or
relationship--yet reluctant to make drastic life changes due to
uncertainty about what would actually inspire them. The
authors reveal how to "recapture long lost goals, overcome
the blocks that inhibit your success, decide what you want to
be, and live your dreams."
Career Doctor: Preventing, Diagnosing, and Curing Fifty
Ailments That Can Threaten Your Career
By Neil M. Yeager
|This book offers a variety of strategies for the
prevention of career problems. Along with amusing
illustrations to reinforce vital concepts, the author presents
in-depth interviews with people who have attained high levels of
success and balance in their careers.
Deciding What you Want, Getting It and Keeping It.
By Neil M. Yeager
|The author gives you a proven
system of specific strategies for managing your career, with
practical advice on how to market yourself and get top dollar.
He shows you how to set your priorities, gauge the market, and
launch a job search campaign. He also provides you with tips on
the science and art of interviewing, networking, and sizing up
positions and organizations.
Interviews: Job-Winning Tactics from Fortune 500 Recruiters
By Neil Yeager
|Two experienced career
counselors share their inside knowledge --and the expert advice
of Fortune 500 recruiters--to offer the ultimate guide to
successful interviewing. Readers learn just what interviewers
are looking for and how to project the traits that can get them
the job they want. They also get the answers to the 50 most
frequent interview questions.
Anchors: Discovering Your Real Values
By Edgar H. Schein
|In many cases, people select a
career for all the wrong reasons, and find their responses to
the workplace are incompatible with their true values. This
situation results in feelings of unrest and discontent and in
lost productivity. Career Anchors can help you think
through your career options and give you a clear understanding
of: your own orientations toward work, your motives, your values
and your talents.