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The Career Explorer's Journal 2014
     

The Career Explorer's Journal 2014

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by Paul G. Diamond
 

It's here! Following a best-ever year in the best-seller charts, The Career Explorer's Journal 2012 is now ready to support your career on the new journey from wherever you are right now, to wherever you most want to be.

Now in its third year of publication, this new edition is full of fresh insight, crisp questions and updated, real-world experience - much

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It's here! Following a best-ever year in the best-seller charts, The Career Explorer's Journal 2012 is now ready to support your career on the new journey from wherever you are right now, to wherever you most want to be.

Now in its third year of publication, this new edition is full of fresh insight, crisp questions and updated, real-world experience - much of it coming from first-time career explorers just like you.

As a reader of The Career Explorer's Journal, all you have to do is pay attention to the unique details of your career and record whatever you find to see new evidence and important new discoveries glide into view.

What readers of The Career Explorer's Journal 2012 are saying:

"This book is my go-to source whenever I'm confronted with work related issues." Kyle

"I would strongly recommend that you read this book and begin to ask yourself the questions it poses." Abigail

"Each question answered felt like a new stamp in my passport. I got to see parts of my world that I hadn't known were there!" Gabi

"My most striking discovery has been the values and talents my employers always saw in me, and that I did not pay enough attention to the fact they were there." Ramon

"I thoroughly enjoyed it!" Sarah

"A great companion to have on my journey." Richard

"The Career Explorer's Journal provides an accessible alternative to manuals that are 300+ pages long. I know because I've read most of them and felt daunted more than once." Mary

"The author poses questions, gives examples, never lectures - this surely is a must have!" Gavin

"Entertaining 'out-of-the-box' career thinking." Kuldip

"The intro is great - who would have guessed Charles Darwin and Dr. Seuss said much the same thing, I loved it!" Rosa

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000900833
Publisher:
Paul G. Diamond
Publication date:
04/28/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
357 KB

Meet the Author

I’ve been an author since 2010 but it wasn’t always this way. My career started out in recruitment, I then spent a brief but enjoyable spell in technology before finding my way back to supporting individual people and their careers. In 2007 I became self-employed, allowing me to focus on career development work and develop my own career in the direction of writing. So far, I have written two books (a career development guide, and a sci-fi novel) and my aim is to write more. My literary influences include Albert Camus, Voltaire, George Orwell, Jonathan Swift, Philip K. Dick and John Steinbeck. I am originally from East London, but now live in Hertfordshire with my wife, daughter and two (generally) well-behaved dogs.

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The Career Explorer's Journal 2014 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice, simple book that made answering career questions more personal and more interesting to me!
Alexandre Takamatsu More than 1 year ago
Excelent book with perfect structure to be used with Nook ! There are many questions in it that helps you gradually build the knowledge necessary to explore you career. I fill this book with notes that really helped me to build my profile.
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