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Great Work, Great Career Summary

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Great Work Great Career SummaryHow to Create Your Ultimate Job and Make an Extraordinary Contribution

Do you wake up each day feeling like you HAVE TO work and put food on the table?

If the previous sentence resonates with you, then you need to change your approach and start building a career, instead of just doing a “job.”

And we will tell you why and how to do it.

Who Should Read “Great Work, Great Career”? And Why?

Yes, it has been discussed many times over: you need to build a career, which will bring you a long-term satisfaction, instead of just momentary benefits.

However, rarely anyone says it better than bona fide guru Stephen R. Covey and co-author Jennifer Colosimo.

In “Great Work, Great Career” they try to change the way people go about making their professional choices and inspire them to start building a career instead of just looking for ways to make a living.

We recommend this magnificent book to Covey fans, job seekers, people who want to change their existing patterns and service industry personnel.

About Stephen R. Covey and Jennifer Colosimo

Stephen R. CoveyStephen R. Covey is a writer who established himself as one of the most excellent businessmen, philosophers, theorists, and speakers of the 20th century. He is the author of the Habits of Highly Effective PeopleFirst Things First, The 8th Habit.

Jennifer ColosimoHe is a co-founder of FranklinCovey, where Jennifer Colosimo is chief learning officer.

“Great Work Great Career Summary”

There are two types people in this world: those that want a job that puts food on the table, and those who want a career who people admire.

Which type are you?

Now, we will tell you why just having a job will not make you happy in the long run.

We understand that you need to pay the bills and buy food at the moment. However, if you just do your job, without painting a bigger picture, you will pay the price later.

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