|Attitude Is Everything: 10 Life-Changing Steps To turning Attitude Into Action
|Success Through A Positive Mental Attitude
||Napoleon Hill, W. Clement Stone
|Attitude Is Everything: Change Your Attitude...and You Change Your Life
|Changing Careers For Dummies
||Carol L. McClelland
|Switching Careers : Career Changers Tell How and Why They Did It
(Learn How You Can Too)
||Robert K. Otterbourg
|Cover Letters That Knock 'em Dead
||Cover Letter Writing
|Where Do I Go From Here With My Life?
||John Crystal and Richard Bolles
|If You Don't Know Where You Are Going, You'll Probably End Up Somewhere Else
|What Color Is Your Parachute?
||Richard N. Bolles
|Job Hunting For Dummies
|Dig Your Well Before You're Thirsty
|Wishcraft - How To Get What You Really Want
||Perfect Career by Type
|Encyclopedia of Associations
||Gale Research Co
|Resumes That Knock 'em Dead
|Eat That Frog
|Getting Things Done
||Edwin C. Bliss
|and consider these...
|The Career Fix-It Book - How to Make Your Job Work Better For You - by Diana Pace Ph.D.
Designed to help you think about the concept of career in your life. With fun,
practical soul-searching exercises, glimpses into other individuals' career choices
and tips from a seasoned career counselor, you'll be more prepared to fix workplace
problems. You'll take a look at what is right and what is wrong for you in your workplace,
rate your current occupation and decide if you need just a tune-up or a major overhaul - and
then learn to make decisions that will make you happier 9 to 5.
|Get Hired-Winning Strategies to Ace the Interview - by Paul C. Green, Ph.D.
||Green gives you advice on how to land your next job. You'll get step-by-step
guidance in how to prepare and how to market you authentically. With practice and preparation
you'll be able to successfully respond to a wide variety of interviewing questions and
interviewing styles. If you do what Green suggests, you'll be prepared for what is commonly
known today as the behavioral interview and sensitive legal questions.
|K.I.S.S Guide to Managing Your Career - by Martin Yate
||Yate wrote a comprehensive and easy to use guide for the career seeker. He helps
you to understand today's world of work, tackle tough questions, build bridges and plan for the
future. You'll learn more about you via assessments of your values, skills and personal qualities.
Tips on going it alone or switching to a new career and websites, books, and other resources are
provided throughout the book - it is a wealth of knowledge. Yate also provides tips on interviewing,
networking and presentations skills.
|Choice Points - by Sydney Rice
||For those who believe anything is possible, this book makes it happen. Read
how Rice's clients trace their work and life paths through an inquiry process of discovery.
You'll gather information about your life and work and build a peak experience to make more
personally and professionally fulfilling career choices. This book can be used with a team of
people seeking meaningful and unique career paths.
|Creating a Life Worth Living - by Carol LLoyd
||Dreaming is easy. Making it happen is hard. With a fresh perspective, Carol Lloyd
motivates the person searching for two things: the creative life and a life of sanity, happiness and
financial solvency. This book is for people who bought Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way, but who are
looking for more down-to-earth solutions and concrete tasks for achieving their goals. It helps you
search memory for inspiration, understand your individual artistic profile, explore possible
futures, design a daily process and build a structure of support. Each of the chapters contains
specific exercises and daily tasks that help readers to clarify their desires and create a tangible
plan of action for realizing dreams. The book also provides inspiring anecdotes and interviews with
people who have succeeded in their chosen fields, such as performance artist Anna Devere Smith, writer
Sally Tisdale and filmmaker R. J. Cutler. - review from Barnes and Noble