Should you start your own business, or stick to your day job?
Is your passion all that’s required to succeed?
Join author and speaker, Jeff Goins, on Thursday, June 4 at 12:30pm EST for a free webinar based on his new book, “The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do.”
Using personal experiences, compelling stories, and current research about motivation and talent, Jeff will provide a framework for developing your mastery and maximizing your impact.
During the webinar, you’ll learn about:
- Accidental Apprenticeship—How an old-fashioned concept still shapes the professional leaders of our day
- Skill Mastery—Ensuring job security through a diverse portfolio
- Motivation—Its mystery and its power
- Learning to Pivot—How failure drives success
In the same vein as authors like Dan Miller (48 Days to the Work You Love) and Tim Ferriss (The 4-Hour Workweek), Jeff delivers practical and insightful advice about discovering your true calling—the thing you were meant to do.
Space is limited, so register today!
About author Jeff Goins:
Jeff Goins is a full-time writer who lives just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, son, and border collie. He has authored three other books: “The In-Between,” “Wrecked,” and “You Are a Writer.”
His website, Goinswriter.com, has been visited by more than four million people from all over the world. He humbly considers himself the world’s foremost expert on guacamole.
About the book:
In a still-tough job market, an era of rapidly-changing work philosophies, a society that questions the merit of college, a workforce that is increasingly digital and therefore remote… the idea of vocation—of a life’s calling lived out—is more complex now than ever before…
The path described here is not a manual for life. It’s a piece of canvas on which to add your own experience. This isn’t some scientific experiment with predictable results, and it won’t be another self-help program that leaves you feeling passively inspired. It’s the way of master craftsman and artisans, a centuries-old road that requires both perseverance and dedication.