In this tape, Jarow provides an "anticareer" program designed to help job-seekers discover and implement their vocation, to assist them in finding methods to identify their life's work, something they love, rather than just pursuing a career. He firmly believes that by performing the work that one feels called upon to do, one serves the world in the best way one can. Throughout the series, Jarow stresses that it is better to sweep floors for an organization in which one believes in rather than being an executive for a firm in which one can't believe. The author, a visiting professor at Vassar University, presents a formidable array of techniques for users, drawing upon a range of resources, including modern psychology and business models, meditation and guided imagery techniques, and East Indian and Native American spiritual practices. Jarow is an interesting speaker, using examples from his own life and from his counseling practice to demonstrate how the listener may employ the techniques discussed. However, a background in the various New Age concepts, particularly the chakra system, will definitely assist listeners. Highly recommended for all career collections and for public and school libraries serving patrons who are interested in life advice based on religion. Kathleen A. Sullivan, Phoenix P.L. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.