The Career Explorer’s Journal is an eBook companion for the life and length of your career.
Unlike most other career guides, we're not here to tell you how it is. We know you’ll be the guru one day so our aim instead is to provide you with support, encouragement and all the time it takes to make this role your own.
Following a new year of updates, The Career Explorer's Journal is now even better equipped to encourage and support a unique journey of discovery for each and every reader. All you have to do is pay attention to details and record what you find, in order to change the way you see your career forever.
What readers of The Career Explorer's Journal have said:
"This book is my go-to source whenever I'm confronted with work related issues." Kyle
"The Career Explorer’s Journal really provokes you to think about how much you know about your career." Faiz
"A great companion to have on my journey." Richard
"The Career Explorer's Journal helped me to build on my strengths and develop a positive attitude towards my current and future career." Abigail
"My most striking discovery has been the values and talents my employers always saw in me" Ramon
"Each question answered felt like a new stamp in my passport." Gabi
"The author poses questions, gives examples, never lectures." 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!" Rosa
Praise for The Career Explorer's Journal…
'The Career Explorer’s Journal is one of the most stimulating, inspiring and simple books to help anyone wishing to make progress in their work and life. I strongly recommend that you read this book and begin to ask yourself the questions it poses.'
'This is a very good career management and analysis book for anyone wanting to expand their career to its full potential. The Career Explorer’s Journal talks to you through all of its chapters. It doesn’t tell you to do this or that, it simply asks if you’ve considered all of its questions. Instead of trying to teach me a lesson, this book helped me learn.'
'As I answered the questions I discovered a consistency between my values, talents and goals and things people have said about me in the past. These findings are positive surprises that consolidate overall self-esteem, in my view something every one of us needs.'
'The Career Explorer’s Journal provides an accessible alternative to manuals that are 300+ pages long and seem daunting before ever cracking the cover. I know because I’ve read many of them and felt daunted more than once.'
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About the Author
Paul G. Diamond is the author of 'Edict 9', ‘Journey Time’, ‘The Career Explorer’s Journal’ and 'The Ball: A Philosophy on Football and Life'. Paul describes himself as a lifelong fan of science-fiction and the genre’s ability to liberate thoughts on society and the human condition. Paul is also fascinated by careers & the very personal relationship each of us has with work. His other literary interests include football (soccer) and narrative storytelling in general. The literary influences Paul cites for his work include Albert Camus, Arthur Miller, George Orwell, Kurt Vonnegut, Philip K. Dick and John Steinbeck, among many others.
Originally from East London, Paul now lives in Hertfordshire with his wife, daughter and two (generally) well-behaved dogs.