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How to Figure Out What to Do with Your Life (Next)

Jennifer Turliuk

Publisher: Dundurn

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Summary

A career planning guide based on ideas from quantified self, design thinking, and lean methodology
Over 80 percent of Americans are dissatisfied with their jobs, leading to unhappiness and lack of innovation
Author is a “corporate dropout” who found her own career happiness through a focused period of job shadowing and career prototyping
Book is developed from the ideas shared in an article author wrote for Forbes magazine entitled: “How I Figured Out What To Do With My Life”, which had over 1.5 million views and launched author as an in-demand speaker
Author the CEO of MakerKids and has given talks for TedTalks, SXSW, and international conferences

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