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!
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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.
You can follow him on Twitter, or learn more at www.artofworkbook.com.
About the book:
“This is one of the most honest, direct, and generous books about you and your life that you will read this year. It took guts to write and it will take guts to read. Leap.” — Seth Godin
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.
To buy the book, click here. To learn more, visit www.artofworkbook.com