I enjoy listening to the audio edition. The narrator was very clear and pleasant. I usually refer to the print edition after listening audiobooks, so that I can re-read specific pages or references.
There's a self-assessment questionaire in the appendix of the print edition that doesn't appear to be available to audiobook customers.
I liked the step-by-step framework that the book provides for finding and preparing yourself for a new career. This includes learning about how you're perceived by colleagues and friends, seeking out informational interviews and mentors, test-driving potential professions, and explaining your career transition to others.
This book provides a very well thought out approach for anyone considering a career change, whether or not they know what they want to do next. Many relevant examples and best practices of how others have succeeded in their career transitions are provided in each chapter.
No, but she is definitely one of the stronger narrators that I've heard.
It's short enough to listen to in a few sittings. I'm glad that this audiobook was fairly concise because I was eager to start applying Dorie's practices as soon as possible.
A lot of very practical advice and a framework to bring it all together. The way that people prepare for and find their next job has changed dramatically over the past few years. This book brought me up-to-date on how I can use this to my advantage.
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