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Recognizing Richard Rabbit: A Fable about Being True to Yourself
     

Recognizing Richard Rabbit: A Fable about Being True to Yourself

by Peter Weddle
 

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This modern fable provides a gentle lesson about career dilemmas. Willie is a rabbit who wants to make a very important change in his life, but he is convinced that he needs magical powers to bring it about. A cast of furry and feathered inhabitants of the forest are determined to help, and their lighthearted advice rambles from choosing a

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This modern fable provides a gentle lesson about career dilemmas. Willie is a rabbit who wants to make a very important change in his life, but he is convinced that he needs magical powers to bring it about. A cast of furry and feathered inhabitants of the forest are determined to help, and their lighthearted advice rambles from choosing a lucky charm to wishing on a star. Slowly, as he listens to the twists and turns of the conversation, Willie is nudged ever closer to realizing that he has the power to change within himself.

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"A very intriguing and unique book." —Patrick Erwin, The Work Buzz, The CareerBuilder.com

"A pep talk about being true to yourself."  —Celeste Blackburn, managing editor, HR Insight, HRHero.com

"A great read. This book will give you some great insight."  —Roger Lear, CEO, OrlandoJobs.com

"Shares Weddle's razor-sharp insight into how being true to yourself translates to career success."  —Paula Santonocito, AIRS Blog

If you liked Who Moved My Cheese? you will want to check out young Richard."  —David Opton, CEO, ExecuNet

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781928734444
Publisher:
WEDDLE's
Publication date:
06/28/2008
Pages:
97
Product dimensions:
4.30(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Peter Weddle is the CEO of WEDDLE's, a specialty publisher in the fields of employment and leadership. He writes a weekly column on online recruiting for The Wall Street Journal, and has previously written columns about job search and career management for CNN and Dow Jones's National Business Employment Weekly. He is the author of CliffsNotes: Finding a Job on the Web, Internet Resumes, and the WEDDLE's WizNotes series. He lives in Stamford, Connecticut.

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