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Career killers, career builders

Author: John M Crossman
Publisher: New York, NY : Union Square Publishing, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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In this book, John Crossman discusses the top five ways professionals can end their careers and the top five ways they can avoid the most dangerous pitfalls. This book helps individuals to achieve their full potential and maintain their personal integrity.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John M Crossman
ISBN: 9781946928009 1946928003
OCLC Number: 988948344
Notes: "The book every millennial needs to read!"--Cover.
Description: xv, 131 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Part 1. Are you prepared for the rest of your life? Building a career: knowledge, passion, maturity --
Part 2. The career killers. Career killer #1: Drugs and alcohol : No one likes the life of the party after the party --
Career killer #2: Sex: Monogamy is magnificent --
Career killer #3: Greed: Money can be the root of all kinds of evil --
Career killer #4: Temperament: No one likes a hothead --
Career killer #5: Pride humility always wins out --
Part 3. The career builders. Career builder #1: Mentors: It takes a village to succeed --
Career builder #2: Relationships: Family and friends lead the charge --
Career builder #3: Professional counseling: Don't knock it 'til you try it --
Career builder #4: Becoming coachable : We are all teachable --
Career builder #5: connections: Who do ou know? --
Part 4. Creating a unified life. Passion: Personal happiness grows into professional success --
Connecting your life: Building a brand --
Building community: location, location, location --
Can you have it all? : Happiness is within reach.
Responsibility: John Crossman.

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In this book, John Crossman discusses the top five ways professionals can end their careers and the top five ways they can avoid the most dangerous pitfalls. This book helps individuals to achieve their full potential and maintain their personal integrity.

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Must read for business professionals

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Mr Crossman continues to help educate young professionals on the steps we need to take to be successful in our careers. This book is clearly written and effectively communicates the main reason as to why each of the killers/builders are important to consider when maneuvering in the professional world. 

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