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A Journey to People who are Changing the World - and What We Can Learn from Them : A Journey to People who are Changing the World - and What We Can Learn from Them, Paperback / softback Book

A Journey to People who are Changing the World - and What We Can Learn from Them : A Journey to People who are Changing the World - and What We Can Learn from Them Paperback / softback

Description

Are you looking for sense and meaning in your work?

Would you like to be successful but expect more in the way of reward and fulfilment than just a paycheque?

The Future Makers offers 23 encouraging responses to these questions.

It tells the diverse stories of people from around the world who have made a sustainable mark on the world through their careers: from an American financial market specialist to tree planters in Africa; from Japanese environmental experts to dancers in Argentina.

The Future Makers are people who make the world a better, more beautiful and livable place for current and coming generations. The Hafenmayers present these inspiring stories in an accessible, entertaining and thoughtful way.

But they also do far more. The book presents a toolkit on how you can forge a career that has a positive impact on the world.

This step-by-step process has already had a life-changing impact on readers of the original German edition.

It is packed with helpful suggestions for personal development and reorientation - for a work life that will make you happier and deeply satisfied.

The Future Makers takes you on a journey to people whose values and visions aren't compartmentalized into corners of their lives.

They live their dreams every day. This book will show you how you can do the same.

Information

  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 254 pages
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Development economics
  • ISBN: 9781906093853

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