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Build Your Own Ladder

4 Secrets to Making Your Career Dreams Come True

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The average person in today's workforce will change jobs seven to nine times throughout his or her career. What's more, he or she will change occupational fields three to four times! Navigating this ever-changing landscape can be tough if you're not equipped with the best tools and information available.

In Build Your Own Ladder, Dr. Tony Zeiss lays the groundwork for a successful career. Being a self-made man and "CEO of the Year" himself, Zeiss passes on his wisdom of how to harness the four key areas needed to makeĀ a run-of-the-mill job into the career of a lifetime:

  • The power of a clear vision
  • The importance of positive thinking
  • The value of becoming influential
  • Investment in the lives of other people

With the growing labor and skills shortage, there has never been a better time for launching a great career! Don't let others limit you, don't let circumstances limit you, and don't limit yourself. Apply the principles in this book, and you will dramatically increase your chances of building your own solid career ladder and achieving your dreams.

Contributor(s) Dr. Tony Zeiss
About the Contributor(s) Dr. Tony Zeiss
Dr. Tony Zeiss serves as president of Central Piedmont Community College and has been named "CEO of the Year" for 2004-2005 for all 1,200 community colleges in America by the Association of Community College Trustees. Zeiss holds a doctorate in community college administration, a master's degree in speech (radio and TV), and a bachelor's degree in speech education. Dr. Zeiss is a frequent keynoter for companies and colleges on recruiting, developing, and retaining peak performers at the workplace. He regularly consults with states and regions on Economic Development.
ISBN-10 1401605273
ISBN-13 9781401605278
Release Date Nov 30, 2010
Weight (lbs) 0.4500
Height 8.27
Width 5.83
Length 178
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Price $12.99
Format Paperback
Language English

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