The Job-Hunter's Survival Guide
How to Find Hope and Rewarding Work, Even When "There Are No Jobs"
1st Edition Paperback ISBN: 158008026x
"An emergency, essentials-only guide to finding a job--even your dream job--in a challenging economic climate, from the author of classic career guide What Color Is Your Parachute?"--Provided by publisher.
Making a Living Without a Job
Winning Ways for Creating Work That You Love
Paperback ISBN: 0553386603
A guide for voluntarily or involuntary unemployed Americans draws on the author's popular seminars to offer insight into self-employment opportunities, counseling readers on such topics as the advantages of small businesses, using unique internet options, and navigating the pitfalls of today's turbulent economy. Reprint.
Getting from College to Career
Your Essential Guide to Succeeding in the Real World
Paperback ISBN: 0062069276
Provides advice for students and recent graduates on landing a job out of college, covering job hunting techniques, internships, interview preparation, and tips for boosting confidence.
Are You Indispensable?
Hardcover ISBN: 1591843162
Argues that it's more essential than ever to become indispensable, and the key to being indispensable is overcoming the fears that hold most people back so that one can unleash his or her greatest art, passion, insight and generosity at work. By the best-selling author of Tribes.
Surviving Your Academic Job Hunt
Advice for Humanities PhDs
Paperback ISBN: 0230109462
This candid book dispenses essential advice for academic job hunters and gives them the skills and knowledge to land a job in the humanities. Fully revised and updated, this book offers a comprehensive look at the do's and don'ts of the application and interview process and provides indispensable tips and a variety of practical tools.
Making the Scene Nashville
How to Live, Network, and Succeed in the Music City
Paperback ISBN: 1617740896
Nashville may be considered the epicenter of country music, but today, this thriving music-industry town is home to a diverse array of musicians and musical styles. Combine that musical community with a "livable" town that's more friendly and affordable than some coastal music cities, and it's no wonder that musicians continue to flock to Nashville to play, write, record, produce, and live otherwise fulfilling lives. Getting acquainted with any new city is a challenge. For musicians, picking up and moving presents a whole host of challenges. Musicians make noise and thrive on working with other musicians, whether playing in rehearsal spaces or gigging. They need spaces where they can create, record, and hang out with other musicians. They need to know where to play, where to buy gear, where to meet other musicians, where to see live music, and where to network and exchange ideas with other musicians. Making the Scene: Nashville will serve as a comprehensive guide for musicians and artists of all types looking to move to and establish themselves in Nashville, Tennessee. Sprinkled with historical references on how Nashville became the home of country music along with interviews from a wide range of music professionals and resources, this book will become a prime resource helping artists and others meet the challenges of moving to Music City USA - Nashville, Tennessee.
What Happy Working Mothers Know
How New Findings in Positive Psychology Can Lead to a Healthy and Happy Work/Life Balance
Hardcover ISBN: 0470488190
A fact-based and proven approach to help working mothers balance their duties at home and work includes interactive activities, shows the reader how to use positive psychology to shift from a scarcity mentality to an abundance mentality for workplace success, includes real case studies of working moms, and more.
The Heart Aroused
Poetry and the Preservation of the Soul
Paperback ISBN: 0385484186
Explaining how to transform the practical necessity of work into an opportunity for spiritual nourishment, a poet and corporate consultant argues that true success arises from working less on organizational matters and more on one's life. Reissue.
Discover What You're Best at
The National Career Aptitude System and Career Directory
Paperback ISBN: 0684839563
Completely revised for the twenty-first century, this career guide now includes updated information on telecommunications, medical technology, and other high-tech skills in demand and offers readers systematic ways to examine and develop their individual abilities. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.
Keeping Your Head After Losing Your Job
How to Survive Unemployment
Paperback ISBN: 1933016620
"A practical guide to picking yourself up, restoring your health and well-being, and getting the motivation and confidence to move forward with your life.?Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, PhD, author of the best-selling Women Who Think Too Much Losing your job may be the most difficult thing you'll experience. Your mental health and physical well-being can suffer, leaving you feeling anxious, helpless, and alone. Dr. Robert L. Leahy has worked with many unemployed people over the years, and his successful techniques draw upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), as well as practices, such as mindfulness, to help you boost your self-esteem and confidence, decrease anxiety and feelings of helplessness, and develop resilience and strength. By keeping your head and learning how to deal with this time well, you can also learn how to live your life more effectively once you get a job. Unemployment is a time for new priorities and new meanings. This book will help you discover inner strengths and give you the skills to cope with life, whatever it may throw at you. Robert L. Leahy is the director of the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy. He has received the Aaron T. Beck Award for outstanding contributions in cognitive therapy, and is the author and editor of over twenty-one books, including The Worry Cure.