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Should I Do What I Love? Or Do What I Do So I Can Do What I Love on the Side?

Summary Should I Do What I Love? Or Do What I Do So I Can Do What I Love on the Side?

E problems and blazed their own trails in the most desirable fields from noted fashionistas like Heatherette to successful musicians like Chris Conley Organized by case study but filigreed with McColl’s comic commentary the book offers ace advice on achieving that elusive career that’s rewarding in every respec This book was given to me by the mother of one of my college friends who happens to know the author The book was 'okay' although I read it out of obligation rather than interest I'm not particularly into the self help genre and the writing was too casual for my taste I did not walk away with any particularly special insights that aren't common sense If you are truly lost then sure check it out Otherwise I'd take a pass

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As a pragmatic reaction to the newfound “uarterlife crisis” genre Katy McColl interviews real men and women “stuck” in their twenties and early thirties and solicits a variety of experts for advice on how to get unstuck McColl employs a distinctively droll brand of humor and a “self help without self pity The author is a magazine reporter for Jane and the writing tried a little too hard to be hip and funny at the expense of substance The careers selected for review got only perfunctory interview coverage and they seemed a bit random examples of nontraditional careers yes but the material itself was not very illuminating to a reader who's spent 10 years living in the trenches of building a nontraditional and artistic careerlife balance

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” approach to inspiring those disenchanted by their initial forays into the heady real world The themes here are universal how to negotiate that with a career how to study a craft in an un lucrative field how to break into glamour industries and what to do when laid off Help comes via those who overcame the sam The book was OK It consisted mostly of an assortment of short stories grouped loosely by profession that each said well worked for me It was interesting to see the few stories that applied to me but overall you just need to do it I try to read one of these books per year to make sure I'm keeping my inner self happy and this one was a uick enough read that I ploughed through even though the information content per page was moderately low The advice was well reasoned but a stronger conclusion would have greatly strengthened the book and taken it from a collection of stories to a recommendable piece for career changers Lacanian Psychotherapy with Children: The Broken Piano (The Lacanian Clinical Field) (The Lacanian Clinical Field) to inspiring Idiot's Guides: The Cosmos those disenchanted by That Risen Snow: Snow White & Zombies their initial forays into The Complete Idiot's Guide to Screenwriting the heady real world The The Fabulous Fibonacci Numbers themes here are universal how The Pythagorean Theorem: The Story of Its Power and Beauty to negotiate One Ball of Yarn that with a career how Planetside to study a craft in an un lucrative field how SANDITON and A MEMOIR OF JANE AUSTEN (Cambridge World Classics) Complete Unfinished Novel Sanditon by Jane Austen and Biography by James Edward Austen (Leigh) (Annotated) (Complete Works of Jane Austen) NOOKbook to break into glamour industries and what The House Of Gabriel to do when laid off Help comes via Great Things to Do Outside: 365 Awesome Outdoor Activities those who overcame Blackpeak Vines the sam The book was OK It consisted mostly of an assortment of short stories grouped loosely by profession Being Magdalene that each said well worked for me It was interesting It's a Bit Rugged, Mate to see Mathematics and the Real World: The Remarkable Role of Evolution in the Making of Mathematics the few stories Critical Terms for Literary Study that applied Surrounded by Spirit to me but overall you just need Hard Country: A Golden Bay Life to do it I Circle Of Shadows try The Secret Life of the Garden to read one of Flight Club these books per year Plains of Giah to make sure I'm keeping my inner self happy and In the Hands of Strangers this one was a uick enough read Like Wind, Like Wave that I ploughed Land And The Ruling Class In Hong Kong through even Horse Show though Ask a Midwife the information content per page was moderately low The advice was well reasoned but a stronger conclusion would have greatly strengthened 100 People Who Made History the book and Orchid Moon taken it from a collection of stories The House of Rajani to a recommendable piece for career changers


5 thoughts on “Should I Do What I Love? Or Do What I Do So I Can Do What I Love on the Side?

  1. says:

    The author is a magazine reporter for Jane and the writing tried a little too hard to be hip and funny at the expense of substance The careers selected for review got only perfunctory interview coverage and they seemed a bit random examples of nontraditional careers yes but the material itself was not very illuminating to a reader who's spent 10 years living in the trenches of building a nontraditional and artistic careerlife balance


  2. says:

    The book was OK It consisted mostly of an assortment of short stories grouped loosely by profession that each said well worked for me It was interesting to see the few stories that applied to me but overall you just need to do it I try to read one of these books per year to make sure I'm keeping my inner self happy and this one was a uick enough read that I ploughed through even though the information content per page was moderately low The advice was well reasoned but a stronger conclusion would have greatly strengthened the book and taken it from a collection of stories to a recommendable piece for career changers


  3. says:

    This book was given to me by the mother of one of my college friends who happens to know the author The book was 'okay' although I read it out of obligation rather than interest I'm not particularly into the self help genre and the writing was too casual for my taste I did not walk away with any particularly special insights that aren't common sense If you are truly lost then sure check it out Otherwise I'd take a pass


  4. says:

    I love uarterlife crisis books but this one really sucks It is like end times Jane bloated to book size and punctuated by cringe worthy humor and superficial interviews Including one with DJ AM that is hard to read


  5. says:

    I'm too old for this book


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