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These issues are particularly true for those who face transitions of a work-related nature. Whether you are looking for a new job, taking on a new position within your current organization, or beginning the evaluation process of fulfilling a personal dream, there are practical ways in which to carry out your specific transition without unprofessionally severing ties in the process.
Character in Transition: A Guide to Not Burning the Bridge will challenge you to approach the subject of change and the idea of transition from an uncommon point of view. It will ask you to question the norm and expected everyday standards while inviting you to strive for more out of life.
Posted November 1, 2007
I think the headline pretty much says it. Too many 'self-help' books offer little more than the author going on and on about how they seem to know everything, and that their way of doing things is the 'only way' to achieve success. That's why I was really impressed with Character in Transition. You don't have to endure page after page of an author going on about themselves. The author just seems to want to genuinely help people who are thinking about leaving one job for a better one. And like the headline says, the information makes sense, is easy to follow, and is directly to the point. There is a little bit of repetion with a couple points, but it seems to be intentional, and it does make the point stronger and easier to remember. I look forward to reading any future books by Nicholas Andrew Depew.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 1, 2005
If you are looking for a new job, career, or are thinking about pursuing some life-long dream, this book is for you. You may think that finding a new job is as simple as filing out a few applications and calling it good - not the case. There are right and wrong ways to leave a career/job that will set the stage for success in that which you are ultimately pursuing. Don't shortcharge yourself and your dreams. This book will show you an easy to follow step-by-step process for leaving one job to strive for better things the right way.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 7, 2005
Posted November 12, 2005