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Do What You Love, the Money Will Follow: Discovering Your Right Livelihood

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  • Posted September 7, 2011

    Highly Recommend & Refer to this book often

    During the past 2+ years many of us including our families, friends and neighbors continue to suffer from unemployment, underemployment, and/or have given up trying to find a new job all for good reasons. However, I recommend this book for those who are looking to find new job especially if they have tried everything that they can to find your new job. Perhaps using a new lens outlined in this book may not only bring us closer to our "true, life fulfilling work" and allow us to live in support of our families, our communities and our country. I first read this book in the early 1990's and it changed my life for years to come. Today, I recommend and coach my clients to help them work through their path to their "right livelihood". Remember, never give up and keep Hope alive. Enjoy the freedom that comes from new ideas that support you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2002

    new perspective

    In ¿Do What You Love, the Money Will Follow¿, Marsha Sinetar talks a lot about how to believe in oneself. She also talks about how make a career out of one¿s beliefs and dreams. The author¿s main point is to follow one¿s dreams and success will come from happiness.<p> The author¿s point of view is a valid one. The idea of working because one likes to, not because one has to is a key to success in this world. After that, the money really shouldn¿t matter, as long as that person is happy. The author¿s perspective will get a person far in this life, especially in today¿s society. It needs improvement on one area, though. The target audience of this book seems to be people leaving their normal jobs to find something that please them more. The people who haven¿t found their niche in life yet could be addressed more, such as high school and college students.<p> This book is a great tool for someone about to graduate from high school. It has information on what to look for when finding a career. When going in to college this book will help dramatically. The most important thing it states is in its title: find the job you love and the money will be even more rewarding. If a person isn¿t sure on how to go about picking a major in college, then this book can and will help that person. This book will help even if that person is just any average high school student on their way to college.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2001

    A Must-Read Book for Anyone Dissatisfied with His/Her Career

    This book was the impetus for my diving into my desired profession. The author's opening point is that if you are presently doing something that you DON'T love, you need to figure out why and fix it, because you won't succeed at what you WANT to do until you resolve your current situation and come to an understanding of why you're doing it and how you got there. The book contains much encouragement and advice, in practical and emotional/spiritual areas. It has been a long time since I read it, because it's the kind of book you read for yourself and immediately pass on to a friend who needs it and is ready for it. However, I still recall its profound impact on me -- it kickstarted me into action -- and I continue to recommend it to people. I am now extremely happy, doing what I know I was put on earth to do. Oh, and I'm not rich, but I make enough to live on. Being happy in my work is the most important thing.

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