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Dare To Change Your Job and Your Life epub ebook

by Carole Kanchier

Dare To Change Your Job and Your Life epub ebook

Author: Carole Kanchier
Category: Job Hunting & Careers
Language: English
Publisher: CaroleKanchier (April 2, 2009)
Pages: 436 pages
ISBN: 0981062202
ISBN13: 978-0981062204
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 167
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Carole Kanchier, PhD, Registered Psychologist, Coach, Educator, Author/Columnist. I would like to introduce my audio book, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life. Questers shows how to succeed by being yourself!. Are You A Quester? Are you a Quester? Would you like to be one? Who are Questers anyway? Questers redefine careers and work! Questers are growth-oriented individuals with a sense of purpose, confidence, resilience, perseverance, and other traits needed to prevail in changing times.

I would like to introduce my audio book, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life. Questers inspires and guides readers to reshape their lives See all.

Carole Kanchier takes a refreshingly holistic approach to life and work. There is an understanding that our work and our life are interconnected in such a way that our work is an extension of our quest for increased self- understanding and personal development

Carole Kanchier takes a refreshingly holistic approach to life and work. There is an understanding that our work and our life are interconnected in such a way that our work is an extension of our quest for increased self- understanding and personal development. For people that are feeling unfulfilled in their work but fear making a change this book will offer encouragement, strength and practical tools. Career counsellors and everyone who is in a position to help others find their path in life should read this book and keep it handy for reference

Do you DARE TO CHANGE? Carole Kanchier, PhD, Registered Psychologist, Internationally Recognized .

Do you DARE TO CHANGE? Carole Kanchier, PhD, Registered Psychologist, Internationally Recognized Author/Columnist, Coach, Educator.

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Author: Carole Kanchier. Dare to Change helps individuals empower themselves to manage change. Based on Dr. Carole Kanchier's work on more than 40,000 adults and proven psychological and business concepts Dare t o Change provides a unique, holistic perspective of how we grow and change through life. It shows that voluntary and involuntary career transitions are a normal part of growth, and that career transitions are interrelated with other life components and environmental forces.

Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life, by Dr. Carole Kanchier, provides additional tips for managing fear. A career visionary, Dr. Kanchier pioneered a unique, holistic, developmental model of lifelong growth and decision making. Write the first response. 10. Self Improvement.

Dare to Change not only inspires you to rethink your career and life, it shows you how. Based on Carole Kanchier's research with over 40,000 adults and proven psychological and business concepts, Dare to Change demonstrates that voluntary and involuntary career transitions are a normal part development. Dr. Kanchier's holistic, motivational approach to career/life revitalization helps you understand how you grow and change through life, where you fit in the career and life cycles, and how to you make important decisions. Revealing quizzes, practical guidelines, and case studies help you move beyond traditional thinking about careers. "Questers" representing varied occupations and a broad age range, show you how. An award-winning, best seller, Dare to Change is a powerful and positive resource for anyone wondering what to do with their lives, wanting courage to get out of a rut, or needing knowledge and strategies to understand and control their lives.
Reviews (7)
Phallozs Dwarfs
Well, it was about time, finding a book that answered all my questions about what I really wanted out of life and, but of course, my fears and doubts. I was so trapped in my job, believing every manipulation corporate America put into my head. Now, I know what I want to do, and I am not afraid to risk and lose. Job satisfaction is more important than the money I'll lose, or that I'll make in the future. I just want to be happy. Security? There's no security anywhere, so the only risk I can avoid is the risk of not trying it. You should, too. Just read the book, and see what I mean.

Washington
Dare to Change Your Job and Your Life, 2nd Edition
This is one great book for someone who may be unhappy in their life or career - and needs a reality check. I've read a number of so-called "self-help" books over the years - and this one really did it for me. I'm delighted to say that the new 2nd Edition merits equal praise.
I especially recommend this book for lawyers who are thinking of making a change. I had left the law and had a vague feeling of disquiet concerning my non-legal position that I had held for some three years. When I had completed the Job Satisfaction Questionnaire found in Chapter 7, I found out that I hated my new career even more than my former position in the legal field. I liked the book so much, and since we were in the same metropolitan area, I retained Dr. Kanchier as my personal career consultant. Now, as a "Quester", I'm off to something new, but back to the law.
The author has created a new description of a particular type of person, which she refers to as a "Quester." This is someone who may change occupations or status levels, and sacrifice financial rewards and position for self-expression and personal growth. Flexibility, self-expression, and freedom from conventional restraints identify Questers. They are independent, innovative spirits who generally have an optimistic outlook on life and want a healthy balance between work, love and leisure time. They seldom get bored unless they make the mistake of staying on a particular career path longer than they should. Chapter 3 in the book has another questionnaire to help the reader determine whether he or she is a "Quester."
The book includes a number of questionnaires and checklists to assist the readers in evaluating their strengths, weaknesses and choices throughout the quest. Dr. Kanchier has years of professional and "life" experiences upon which to draw, and is well-qualified to author such a book. It is based upon personal research involving more than 30,000 individuals.
The book focuses on feelings and personal concerns - it is not a superficial "how to get a job" book - but a life journey that takes the reader to a far deeper level of introspection and self-assessment than the usual book of its type.

Sennnel
"Dare to Change Your Job -- And Your Life"
This book provides a fresh outlook on careers and jobs. Kanchier initiates the concept of "Questers" and utilizes it to both explore the segment of the population that fits its definition and elucidates how an individual can become more Quester-like. Quester's have a unique approach to careers as exemplified by the famous Quester, Pablo Picasso, who stated:
"What is always there is your work. It is the extension of you, not your child but you. You are the work. The passions that motivate you may change, but it is your work in life that is the ultimate seduction."
After describing what a Quester is like, and providing examples of famous Questers, Kanchier poses the question in Chapter 3 "Are you a Quester?" There is an interesting and enjoyable self-scoring, 149 item, questionnaire that identifies Questers.
If one were to just read Picasso's rendition on work, one may confuse the Quester with a workaholic. However, Kanchier's Quester is definitely a mentally healthy, well balanced individual. The Quester is in fact unlike a workaholic in every way except the focus on work. Indeed, the Quester values personal relationship that are "extremely rich." The balance of Chapter 3 defines healthy qualities of the Quester including: self-confidence, purpose (meaning of life), autonomy, achievement, innovativeness, androgyny, risk and growth. After each characteristic and its definition she provides useful tips on how to develop each characteristic of the Quester.
Another interesting aspect of the book, in Chapter 4, differentiates between the traditional ladder climber and the Quester. Unlike those individuals that see up as the only desirable alternative, Questers many times opt for "sideways" and even "down" in terms of traditional career advancement. They do this because "they have learned to do a little investigation into their needs, values and purposes". So the tradition "down" in dollar terms might be "up" for a Quester in terms of quality of life with the family.
The reward system that motivates a Quester is also highlighted. Questers often refer to their jobs as "fun" and "pleasurable", with such qualities of the job being more rewarding than titles or money. Chapter 7 provides the reader with another self-assessment to determine the reader's current level of job satisfaction. The book concludes with challenges to risk and to change.
This book would be an excellent reference for a career counselor. It would also be ideal as a supplementary text in career development classes. The book is also clearly designed as self-help book and would be highly helpful to anyone reflecting upon a career or job at any developmental stage. This reviewer found the book both interesting and enjoyable to read.

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