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Your Signature Work

Creating Excellence and Influencing Others at Work
Narrated by: Wayne Shepherd
Length: 4 hrs and 24 mins
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Your Signature Work expands on the concept of doing your personal best at work so that it reflects your goals, values, beliefs, and faith. As you strive for excellence, you'll influence others in your workplace. Dianna Booher says that even if you feel trapped in a dissatisfying job or a seemingly insignificant career, your work matters to God, and your attitude can make all the difference in how you view your job. When you do find your true calling, your work will be a source of satisfaction and fulfillment - and you will be proud to sign your name to it.

When people ask artists, performers, or athletes for their autographs, they are saying, "The work you do has value. You are worth listening to." In the same way, author Dianna Booher says, we are called to work in such a way that our work style and attitude attract others to us and earn us a platform for sharing our faith.

Using biblical principles, Your Signature Work identifies 33 key components of leadership, success, integrity, influence, and satisfaction that, if followed, will enable you to add your signature to the work you do each day and know that you've done your very best.

©2004-2011 Dianna Booher (P)2012 Wayne Shephard

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What disappointed you about Your Signature Work?

Nothing new learned here, just a lesson in the morality of performing your work to the best of your ability.

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