Inspirational and Uplifting Messages for a Satisfying and Successful Worklife.
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So what do you do when you are faced with a challenge at work? What do you do to help someone else who is facing a career challenge? What do you do when you find yourself in a situation where you have been offered a promotion or reassigned a new position? What do you do when you’ve learned you are facing a lay-off? What do you do when you have a conflict with a co-worker or your boss? What do you do when the culture of the organization doesn’t align with your belief system? What do you do when you find you are not happy and can’t seem to figure out why?
We live in a different world than 50 years ago where generally, you stayed with a company for 30 years and retired. But today, things are different. We have so many options it’s like going to a world-wide super market of jobs . We can be or do anything we set our minds to. But the downfall of that is we don’t plan our careers very well at all. We make really bad decisions without understanding where our passion is and how to ensure our value system and purpose for living stays intact. If you aren’t passionate about your job or your career, you’ll never be the successful person you always wanted to be. And passion is always found in a person that is dynamic. But what is a dynamic person?
A Career Devotional triggers what I call the “Dynamic YOU”. I don’t believe you can be “dynamic” unless you use the full capacity that God gave you. And yes, A Career Devotional uses faith as a cornerstone for it’s guiding messages. That involves faith in yourself as well as faith in a higher power. And since I am a Christian, I’ll be using a Christian perspective to the messages in this book.
"This book has made the important connection of career success with what I call 'your natural source of creativity, innovation and genius"' Martin Rutte, Co-author, Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work.
"TJ has "hit the bullseye" with the balance of spirit and motiviation to help people find peace while faced with career challenges in today's work world" Kate Wendleton, President of the Five O'Clock Club.