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Love Your Work by Robert Dickie III

Little descriptionIs your career all it could be?

Henry David Thoreau famously said, “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” Does this describe your current work situation?

Whether you’re just starting out, looking for a change, or experiencing unwanted change, there’s a way forward. Love Your Work is about pivoting step-by-step to a more satisfying career. It will help you:

  • Dream up bigger goals than you have now—and meet them
  • Search out new careers or niches within your industry
  • Pursue work and success in the holistic sense

Maybe the new economy feels daunting to you. Maybe you’re not sure how to break out of your industry. Maybe you’re struggling to move up in rank. Wherever you are, if you don’t find your work meaningful and engaging, it’s time for a change, and Love Your Work will prepare you to make it.

Robert Dickie III is a career advisor and CEO passionate about helping people find their best work. And it shows. He offers motivating stories, insights into today’s market, and dozens of resources for growing in your career. By the end of Love Your Work, you won’t just be equipped for the next move, you’ll be inspired for it. You’ll see work differently, and you’ll want to pursue it like you never have before.

Genre: Christian Living/ Religion/ Business/Leadership

Find the book on Amazon here.

My thoughts: 4 stars out of 5

You know that you want to do something else. What to do if we get the call? How to respond to that? What should we do? Do we leave work at the first fire burst of rude coworker or unfair payments? 

Rober Dickie III takes a time to teach and coach on how to embrace all the potential we can have through everyday jobs. My favorite thought on the book is that author strongly encourages us to stay on our jobs a little longer, because every day we sharpen the skills needed for the job that we were called to do, a job of our dream. Sure to make to that level you need skills and experiences. That the only way…. To reach to the top of our full potential and the dream work we need to tread and learn the skills form low and insignificant tasks {which will be vital later for the great and high grounds}…

Provided by Moody Publishers as a complementary copy for my opinion and review.