Do you love your job? Your current career? Your life? Or do you go to work feeling disengaged, uninspired or maybe even dreading the day?
In How to Find a Job, Career and Life You Love, Louis Efron (Forbes and Huffington Post contributor and award-winning Fortune 300 human resources executive) reveals how to find purpose, fulfillment, and more happiness in your career and life.
His distinct self-discovery process helps you create new excitement and vigor in your current job and career. If you're ready for change, he'll help you find new direction that brings you in alignment with your purpose and goals.
Through his proven process, you'll make job and career decisions for the right reasons, plus look at life options from uniquely different angles.
If you are feeling at all unfulfilled, uninspired, or disengaged in your job, career, or life, or battling low self-confidence, this is the definitive audiobook for you.
Start your 30-day+ challenge today (included inside) and begin to proactively design the fulfilling, engaging life you desire and deserve.
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really insightful - I recommend it
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I got this book based off my friend's recommendation and I'm happy he did. There are a ton of insights in the book that really changed the way I thought about things. Highly recommended for anyone who needs clarity on their career and purpose
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes I got a lot out of it. Straightforward and truly great content.
What did you like best about this story?
I liked best that it not only discusses fulfillment in your career, but has an overall focus on individual happiness and fulfillment.
What does Louis Efron and Evie Efron bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I enjoyed listening to this book rather than just reading it because the principles were a lot more relatable when listened too. I personally enjoyed the character added by Louis Efron and Evie Efron when listening to this book.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I don't really have an extreme reaction, but it did deeply resonate with me.