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Making Your Way : The (wobbly) road to success and happiness in life and work, Paperback / softback Book

Making Your Way : The (wobbly) road to success and happiness in life and work Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


What does success mean? Is it just climbing the ladder? Does the perfect job exist? Do you have to plan everything in advance, preferably before your 30th birthday? And what about that work-life balance?Making important career and life choices is a struggle for many people. In this book, the authors examine 15 persistent myths and popular beliefs that hold us back, and share valuable tips based on their own experiences, outsider testimonials, and academic research.

This is the book the authors, both business school professors, wish they could have read before they started their own careers. "We often meet people with amazing potential, who don't realise that potential because of some limiting beliefs they have about what a career and happiness should look like.

We want to encourage people to set themselves free from such myths and pursue their dreams with confidence." - the authors.


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