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Posted October 6, 2005
This book is a 'Must Read!'
'What Is Your Life's Work?' is more than your typical life-work balance book. Although that balance is important, this book features stories from people who have experienced discoveries that have helped them live more inspired lives and to focus on 'what's really important.' If you've ever stared blankly at your day planner wondering 'why am I doing this?' this book can help you get back on track and find greater meaning to your life through your journey. This is a 'must-read!'Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 6, 2005
Remember you're not alone and nothing is forever!
I thought this was another 'bibliotherapy' book until I began reading it. I admit I skipped right to the letters from people and that's when I was hooked. Reading about life and how so many different people managed to deal with unexpected situations and emotions was a huge and wonderful roller coaster ride. This is an E-Ticket book that I intend to give to friends who are in a rut and co-workers who don't realize they have options. If you've had enough of being preached at by self-anointed gurus; this is the book for you. Enjoy and discover!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 2, 2009
Soulful Letters of Balancing Work & Life
If you've ever wished you had a parent or mentor who would have shared with you what it is that matters most in life, because you've noticed that people who get such mentoring seem to have some kind of natural edge in the world... you're in luck. Bill Jensen's book WHAT IS YOUR LIFE'S WORK contains some of the most powerfully moving written exchanges between people that you are likely ever to find, and these gems of real life stories will set you on fire with their honesty and love. Every counselor, life coach, parent and child can benefit from reading WHAT IS YOUR LIFE'S WORK, as some of the most important life lessons are touched upon in deeply personal ways. In an age when it's been said that the art of letter writing is dead, this book dares to raise the subject of we can best find a balance between work and the rest of our life. The intense passion conveyed in most of the letters helps bring this subject to life in a way that is sure to help anyone rekindle their own inner fire, and regain a sense of what it is we're all working for that really matters.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 3, 2010
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