Back in Control: How to Stay Sane, Productive, and Inspired in Your Career Transition
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Back in Control: How to Stay Sane, Productive, and Inspired in Your Career Transition

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With over fifteen years of experience Diane Wilson shows that you can manage the mental and emotional underpinnings of transition to your benefit. She puts you back in control with actions that increase emotional balance, confidence, intuition, energy, and productivity. After reading this book, you'll view transition as an opportunity instead of a formidable chore.
Paperback, 247 pages
Published May 17th 2004 by Sentient Publications
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Kate
PERSONAL NOTE: So, in case you didn't know, I have moved over to BL. However, since a ton of GR's are over there now, they have this cool new feature that allows you to automatically update your GR account as you update your BL account. I have to say it's pretty nifty, since it allows you to be in two places at once. Don't take my word for it though, check it out for yourself.
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Best Book On Career Transition I Have Ever Read!

In 2013, I made the executive life deci...more
Sarah
Back in Control: How to Stay Sane, Productive and Inspired in Your Career Transistion by Diane Grimard takes a holistic approach to the job hunt, not found in many books in the career field. While many of us looking for a new job or a career change may look for books targeting a very specific part of the process - resume & interviewing guides, guides to finding jobs in your specific field, or perhaps skill assessments to figure out what field we should even be looking in - but Wilson touches...more
Amazan274
As a student who was feeling frustated with the job search after graduating from college, I can admit that this book changed my perspective and attitude towards being unemployed. The author focuses on aspects of finding a job that most books leave out. Most books focus on social ettiquete when it comes to presenting yourself to the corporate world. However, the author will help you with the emotional process and exhaustion that comes with being rejected at job interviews or having to deal with u...more
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