The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention: Essential Survival Skills for Any Economy

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Today, career reinvention is the new-and only-form of job security.

Until recently, most people expected to have one career with maybe two or three job changes in a lifetime. Now, experts advise us to expect seven or eight jobs with multiple industry changes. If you want to survive, you need the ability to transfer and repurpose your skills in a completely new direction.

In The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention, Pamela Mitchell shows you how your ...

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Overview


Today, career reinvention is the new-and only-form of job security.

Until recently, most people expected to have one career with maybe two or three job changes in a lifetime. Now, experts advise us to expect seven or eight jobs with multiple industry changes. If you want to survive, you need the ability to transfer and repurpose your skills in a completely new direction.

In The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention, Pamela Mitchell shows you how your knowledge, experience, and skill sets can be adapted to a wide spectrum of industries and jobs, and provides the tools to help you navigate the full art of career change.

With ten clear, insightful, and practical "laws," you can:

• Market your skills to anyone

• Transition seamlessly from one industry to another

• Find fulfillment in a career that fits you

From finding a vision to creating your action plan, The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention walks you through your own path to a new career, with success stories, workbook exercises, and actionable steps to start your new life today.

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Editorial Reviews

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Mitchell (founder, Reinvention Inst.) lays out the ten "laws" of career reinvention, from creating a vision and forming a network of resources to speaking the language of your new career. Each law is accompanied by a profile story to illustrate the purpose of the law and demonstrate how it can be put to work. This book is made all the more useful by the inclusion of a companion workbook, which can be used either along with the book (exercises refer to certain sections of the laws) or separately after reading. A link to an e-version of the workbook will prevent library circulation problems. This self-guided tool lets readers immediately put the laws into action with their own career reinventions. A fine complement to other job search resources.—EN
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781616886493
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 12/31/2009
  • Pages: 269
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author


Pamela Mitchell, CLC, is a coach, public speaker, and media personality who has reinvented her own career several times and codified the laws that can help anyone through the process. She's the founder and CEO of The Reinvention Institute, a dynamic organization devoted to helping successful professionals transform their careers. She has appeared on the Today Show and been profiled or quoted in the Wall Street Journal, More, BusinessWeek, Men’s Health, Good Housekeeping and Black Enterprise.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: It is Time to Leave 1

The Reinvention Mindset 7

The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention 15

Law 1 It Starts with a Vision for Your Life 17

Law 2 Your Body is Your Best Guide 37

Law 3 Progress Begins When You Stop Making Excuses 53

Law 4 What You Seek is on the Road Less Traveled 69

Law 5 You've Got the Tools in Your Toolbox 87

Law 6 Your Reinvention Board is Your Lifeline 107

Law 7 Only a Native Can Give You the Inside Scoop 129

Law 8 They Won't "Get" You Until You Speak their Language 147

Law 9 It Takes the Time that it Takes 165

Law 10 The World Buys Into an Aura of Success 187

Epilogue: The Last Takeaway 211

Workbook 215

Acknowledgments 251

Works Cited 255

Index 257

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