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Finding Your Passion - The Easy Guide to Your Dream Career - cover

Finding Your Passion - The Easy Guide to Your Dream Career

Marcy Morrison

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

Finding Your Passion is a powerful, yet easy-to-use book by Marcy Morrison, Career Strategist and Owner of Careers With Wings (www.careerswithwings.com). This fun and whimsical book will help and guide the reader to develop wings for their career and get on the fast track to finding their dream job via identifying their passions and strengths; empowering them with tools to market and sell themselves; strengthening their ability to trust their gut/believe in themselves; learning how to network; developing a support team; enhancing their current job; and creating a personalized plan for success.
Available since: 04/01/2009.
Print length: 156 pages.

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