Your Best Work

Your Best Work

by Tom Morin

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Overview

Our world is changed by the work we do. Do your best work and change the world.
Whether you’ve worked for decades at the same job or you’re facing important, first-career decisions, you know how important it is to care about your work. But how do you create a deeply meaningful working life in a world that tries to set your career expectations and limit your choices?
In this empowering and illuminating book, Tom Morin shows how a brush with death forced him to critically examine his own working life, and compelled him to help others do the same. Using his powerful three-part process, Morin shows you how to find the courage to shake off stereotypes and create a working life that is uniquely right for you.
In Your Best Work, Morin will help you:
· appreciate the meaning of work in your life, and discover the work you truly care about
· recognize and address what’s holding you back from feeling good about the work you already do
· contribute to the well-being of others, regardless of the work you do
· take steps every day to create the career that’s right for you

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163483952
Publisher: Tom Morin
Publication date: 03/17/2020
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 835 KB

About the Author

Tom Morin is an inspiring speaker and writer who is redefining meaningful work and leadership development. Tom’s challenging and sometimes dangerous working life has inspired his mission to create a better world of work for ourselves and future generations. After his military career, Tom became a project manager and people leader in multinational corporations. Toward the end of his corporate career, he co-founded Work Innovation Partners before providing consulting and coaching services through Work Feels Good. Tom has completed graduate studies in the social sciences and researched various topics in leadership and organizational behaviour. He is Associate Faculty at Royal Roads University, where he was a recipient of the University Founders’ Award, and an instructor at Mount Royal University.

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