ISBN 9789325977525,Carve Your Own Road: Do What You Love & Live the Life You Envision

Carve Your Own Road: Do What You Love & Live the Life You Envision

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Vikas Publishing House

Publication Year 2014

ISBN 9789325977525

ISBN-10 9325977524


Number of Pages 304 Pages
Language (English)

Short stories

About the Book: Carve Your Own Road: Do What You Love and Live the Life You Envision There is an epidemic facing our world today. People everywhere, even those who are successful by most standards, are utterly disconnected from what they really want out of life. Carve Your Own Road offers a powerful process for reconnecting to your dreams and expanding your opportunities. You will receive ??irsthand insight from people who have successfully made the leap to careers that invigorate and inspire. Content Introduction, Part I: The Journey The American Dream: Has It Evolved? Detours and Dead-Ends The Marathon Drive for Success The Shiny Thing Biting off More Than We Could Chew: The East Coast Tour The Right Balance: More Fun and Less Work on the Midwest Tour The Stories: People Who Are Carving Their Own Roads Inside Out: A Grassroots Approach to Major Transformation Threads of Clarity, Part II: The Mindset of Clarity Process The Mindset of Clarity: An Intro to the Path for Carving Your Own Road First Aspect: Achieving Clarity Second Aspect: Setting Big Goals Third Aspect: Immersion Fourth Aspect: Taking Inspired Action Fifth Aspect: Reflection Sixth Aspect: Evolution Seventh Aspect: Letting Go Building a Bridge About the Author: Jennifer Remling, Joe Remling Jennifer Remling was a corporate recruiting executive for some of the worlds largest corporations. She has been featured in media outlets such as and The New York Post. Joe Remling worked in architecture and design for more than 13 years. He left his corporate architecture job in 2004 to start his own design firm. He serves on the board of directors for the Museum of Design Atlanta and has been a guest lecturer at The Art Institute of Atlanta.

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