Career Success is Child's Play

Non-Fiction - Occupational
132 Pages
Reviewed on 08/30/2009
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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

Choosing a career isn’t easy. We all want a career that will bring both professional and personal fulfillment.

The answer to finding that career could possibly lie in what you liked to do as a child? I liked to read…Today I am a book reviewer. No other career could better suit me. My nose was in a book constantly.

Thinking on this line…Two of my grandchildren should grow up to be Sponge Bob. One should be a fashion designer. My husband should have been a forest ranger.

In all seriousness I think the authors are on to something.

Gubing and McKenna suggest that you should look to your childhood when choosing a career.

If you are contemplating changing careers this book is for you. Only after you know who you are will you know what you should do with your life. Much of this book is logical and common sense.