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eBook Rethinking Work: Are You Ready to Take Charge? ePub

by Cliff Hakim

  • ISBN: 0891062300
  • Category: Job Hunting and Careers
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Cliff Hakim
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nicholas Brealey (August 25, 2007)
  • Pages: 168
  • ePub book: 1560 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1106 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 999

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This book from Cliff Hakim, a career consultant in Boston, is a soulful approach to helping us retune . Rethinking Work is about staying engaged and happy, while we rub up against the collective and find ways to pay our bills.

This book from Cliff Hakim, a career consultant in Boston, is a soulful approach to helping us retune, rejig, or otherwise alter our work so we can feel less driven or reactive and get more satisfying returns. I'd recommend this book to freelancers and self employed people, as well as to those working in an organization. It's about not letting the job you do run you - but turning that around so you do conscious and creative work, and find the right environment in which to use your native gifts.

And regardless of age or profession-from Boomers to Gen Y's-today's financially encumbered and emotionally conflicted workers are looking for more than money as they pursue something new, better, different. Rethinking Work delivers the perfect antidote to the bookshelves full of advice on how to write a killer resume and dress for success, instead offering a proven formula for thriving amid the inevitable change and tumult that is driving the demand for constant innovation, flexibility, and creativity.

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Cliff's Rethinking Work process steered me through a great deal of inner reflection; without which I might have .

Cliff's Rethinking Work process steered me through a great deal of inner reflection; without which I might have blindly made my next career decision. It gave me permission and tools to explore options; without which I would have missed new doors of career opportunity. I recently learned of Cliff's newest book-"Rethinking Work; Are you ready to take charge?"-and read it out of curiosity to see if he could put across in writing, the process that was so wonderfully alive and effective during our coaching sessions. I was amazed to find it so engaging and equally as thorough.

Hakim reminds us that the only career compass is deep inside, perhaps hidden under many layers of fear and obligation. If you check three or more of the items, you are likely ready to start the Rethinking Work process. Here’s help for tossing those aside and reigniting your passion for work. Maureen Anderson, host of the syndicated radio program The Career Clinic ® . Rethinking Work is for people who expect a lot from life and from themselves. Hakim calls us to become wise and thereby to experience the benefits of a life well lived and work well done.

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However, if you are in a rut, you owe it to yourself to take steps toward something new. You have only one life.

Career expert Cliff Hakim’s three-step career change and enhancement program can help you transform your life. getAbstract sees his conversational book as an informed, logical map to new career directions and self-fulfillment. Never preachy, Hakim offers sensible, if not especially innovative, advice, urging anyone contemplating a career change to reflect and explore first, and then engage. However, if you are in a rut, you owe it to yourself to take steps toward something new.

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On any given day, more than 4 million Americans job search online. And regardless of age or profession - from Boomers to Gen-Ys - today's financially encumbered and emotionally conflicted workers are looking for more than money as they pursue something new, better, different. Rethinking Work delivers the perfect antidote to the bookshelves full of advice on how to write a killer resume and dress for success, instead offering a proven formula for thriving amid the inevitable change and tumult that is driving the demand for constant innovation, flexibility, and creativity. In other words, author Cliff Hakim says it's time to stop being victims of these career shifts and make our jobs begin to work for us!

Comments

Vital Beast Vital Beast
Given the enormous changes in the financial markets in the past few months, perhaps now, more than ever, it is time to re-evaluate what is important to you...and Rethinking Work may just be the tool you need.

Hakim provides many different avenues for you to discover what kind of work best suits you. He guides you with powerful questions that you may not want to address...since they force you to get your answers...from inside.

Some of the questions include:

What do I really want?
What stirs my passion?
How do I engage my spirit at work?
What gifts do I have to offer?
What qualities do I value most?
What can I do to earn a living that aligns more with who I am?

The key is that you are held responsible for discovering what is in your heart. He asks if you will take a risk and let your imagination run wild...exploring your passions and writing about your dreams.

Hakim encourages you to: reflect, explore, and engage as you move through this path of discovery. You can start by brainstorming ideas, take a trial run, and then lock into to the best idea (or bulls-eye) for your new direction.

I especially like his suggestion to ask 6-8 key people you know:
How do I add value to your life? When you get the answers to these questions, you may gain some excellent insight to your future life.

If you are considering a change, and you want practical ideas to explore your options, then I encourage you to take charge of your future and read this book!
Dreladred Dreladred
A great book for employed and unemployed or anyone giving serious thought to what is important to them.
Good thought process to getting where you want to be.
Any age or stage of life, if searching would find this book helpful.
Olma Olma
All of us are constantly reinventing ourselves, looking for ways to tend our spirits as we take on new projects, new clients, new phases of our lives.

This book from Cliff Hakim, a career consultant in Boston, is a soulful approach to helping us retune, rejig, or otherwise alter our work so we can feel less driven or reactive and get more satisfying returns.

I'd recommend this book to freelancers and self employed people, as well as to those working in an organization.

Hakim illuminates the process we are all eternally engaged in --- of rediscovering different parts of ourselves, using other values and skills to adapt to our own changing inner needs as well as to the marketplace.

Rethinking Work is about staying engaged and happy, while we rub up against the collective and find ways to pay our bills. It's about not letting the job you do run you -- but turning that around so you do conscious and creative work, and find the right environment in which to use your native gifts.

Hakim's advice is good for the boomers who are looking for new and more fulfilling careers, and for the up and coming generation who will have to cope with an ever changing workplace and reinvent themselves at least a dozen times in the years ahead.

This is better than the usual career book; it's a hymn to the creative spirit. It's also interactive and more like a personal coaching session. The exercises in here are terrifically helpful and wonderfully revealing, and they can be done many times--as often as one needs to keep the inner life and the outer one in synch.

If you don't need this book right now, you wll at some point in the future. In the meantime, you'll want to recommend it to your friends and clients who feel a certain itch or are in transition. It's great company, and you'll find Hakim a knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. He puts the Socratic method on the page and shows you how to birth yourself, your ideas, and your products.
Yozshunris Yozshunris
You have a good job and make a nice living, but lately something is missing. The spark has gone out of your work - and your life. You would like to make a change, but you don't know how or where to start. Yet you know that one day you'll be dead inside if you remain too much longer in your current job. Abandoning the rat race and heading off in some novel direction is never easy, but finding a viable way out has become a survival imperative for many of today's professionals. Are you in a rut? Career expert Cliff Hakim's three-step career change and enhancement program can help you transform your life. getAbstract sees his conversational book as an informed, logical map to new career directions and self-fulfillment. Never preachy, Hakim offers sensible, if not especially innovative, advice, urging anyone contemplating a career change to reflect and explore first, and then engage. It's not "fire, ready, aim" but "ready, aim, fire." His warmly supportive book explains how to make a workable transition to a more rewarding professional life.