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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Career Choreography: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Finding the Right Job and Achieving Huge Success and Happiness is a work of non-fiction in the self-help, guidance, and business subgenres, and was penned by author Ken Lindner. The work is intended for the adult reading audience and specifically aimed at those who wish to critically assess their career goals, aspirations, and own skills, and learn some excellent strategies for landing and succeeding in their dream job as a result. Separated into different informative and inspirational sections, the author explains the development and implementation of the titular ‘choreographies’ to achieve happiness in one’s working life and balance it with the rest of our time and energy.
Author Ken Lindner has crafted a fantastic new approach to making positive changes in your working life, with plenty of clear and easy-to-follow strategies to offer readers. One of the things which I enjoyed about this work was its balance between introspection and general advice, creating a marriage between the two which allows you to turn the book into a kind of personalized toolkit for your specific situation. In terms of organization, the work was well-formatted to convey information in a logical manner and allow easy reference to find essential topics again, making it a handy addition to your shelf that will surely get used whenever it is needed. Overall, I would highly recommend Career Choreography to fans of confident and inspirational narrators, and for anyone looking at the world of work with a lack of direction or apathy for where their career is currently taking them.