What inspires you and makes you jump out of bed in the morning? Have you always wanted a career where you cannot wait to start the day? Have you always wondered what your core skills are and what makes you tick? Then you will enjoy and find inspiration and amazing advice in Cooking up Success by an inspiring new writer, Cindy Etsell. In this innovative book Cindy shares her professional journey through her love of food; capturing funny stories and using her personal anecdotes to tell you everything you need to know about finding a job you'll love. What makes this book different is Cindy's ability to capture the fun of food and its similar process: taking raw ingredients for a recipe and identifying the key elements of your dream job. The fact is most people put more effort into planning their next trip than finding their next role. Cindy inspires and encourages you to do what you love and this step-by-step process will capture your imagination and direct your passions! Let Cindy help guide you, regardless of where you are now in your career, to discover what you love and cook up an individual recipe for success. As Confucius says, "Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life."
|Publisher:||Panoma Press Limited|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.29(d)|
About the Author
Cindy has a lot of experience with redundancy, having lost her job four times in the span of 20 years. Currently she is an associate consultant with Lee Hecht and Harrison, one of the largest global companies in talent acquisition and career development. She has held several senior positions in sales, marketing and business development with blue chip and startup companies like Hewlett Packard, Cisco, SAP, SAS and most recently Vizolution. Cindy is also a professional speaker, facilitator and cook. She is passionate about supporting people in finding the courage to pursue their true vocation in life and a way through the pain and maze of redundancy. She knows by sharing her experience and stories she can help those facing redundancy, retirement or just wanting a chance to learn, to believe and discover their true potential.
Table of ContentsIntroduction
Setting the Scene
Part A Step 1: Creating Something out of Nothing
Part B Step 1: Core Skills (Laying the Foundation)
Part A Step 2: Essential Cooking Tools
Part B Step 2: Toolkit for Change
Step 3a: Preparation of Ingredients
Step 3b: Creating Your Picture of Life
Step 4a: Bringing the Ingredients Together - Making the Dish
Step 4b: Cooking up YOUR Success
Step 5a: Presentation on a Plate
Step 5b Showing Off Your Credentials Curriculum Vitae (Résumé)
Step 6a: Relax, Your Meal is Complete. What’s Next?
Step 6b: Business Side, the Job Interview
Suggested Further Reading/Definitions
Appendix: Goal Setting
About the Author