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Zen and the art of making a living

a practical guide to creative career design

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Published by Arkana in New York, N.Y .
Written in English.

About the Book

Completely revised and updated--the most innovative, unconventional, and profoundly practical career guide since What Color Is Your Parachute?First published in 1991, Zen and the Art of Making a Living is the life-changing book that helped revolutionize the career planning field by offering a new vision of work. This new edition has been updated throughout with up-to-the-minute contact information and hundreds of new biographical resources. In addition to traditional material on assessing career skills and conducting a job search, Laurence Boldt provides innovative ideas and strategies, with more than 120 worksheets and more than five hundred inspirational quotations from sages of every stripe. A book that goes far beyond other career guides, Zen and the Art of Making a Living brings creativity, dignity, and meaning to every aspect of the work experience.--Internet job resources added throughout--New sections on the opportunities in today's rapidly changing workplace, participating in the field of home-based business, and developing an effective support group to find fulfilling work.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 575-591) and index.
Rev. ed. of: Zen and the art of making a living in the post-modern world. Lightning Press, 1992.


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BQ9286 .B65 1993

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lxiii, 599 p. :
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