From your lowly office cubicle, you dream of a mereoric rise to the top. You feel as though you've traded lofty ideals for menial tasks and a measly paycheck. But no matter how far off your dream job seems, remember: This is not your parent's job market.
This is the new millenium. Youth is king. Opportunity is ripe for the picking. A little chutzpah goes a long way. And all your options are open.
So whether you're a recent college grad, in the midst of a quarterlife crisis, or just sensing that your artistic flame is about to be extinguished by the daily grind—take heart. This clever volume is your sassy best friend, the college advisor you never had, and an esteemed mentor—all rolled into one.
In Should I Do What I Love?, creative professionals give practical and reassuring advice and reveal their real-life strategies on how to:
- Start at the bottom
- Survive being an assistant
- Get your foot in the door
- Establish a niche
- Be your own publicist
- Become known
- Get paid
Don't get mired in the swamp of career ambiguity. Be brave. Say it loud, and say it proud: I will no longer be chained to a cubicle!
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