Radical Careering: 100 Truths to Jumpstart Your Job, Your Career, and Your Life

Radical Careering Truths to Jumpstart Your Job Your Career and Your Life Do you have a career worth loving Do you want to become the most powerful valuable fulfilled version of yourself If so you re a careerist Advertising and entrepreneurial rockstar Sally Hogshead rev

  • Title: Radical Careering: 100 Truths to Jumpstart Your Job, Your Career, and Your Life
  • Author: Sally Hogshead
  • ISBN: 9781592401505
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • Do you have a career worth loving Do you want to become the most powerful, valuable, fulfilled version of yourself If so, you re a careerist Advertising and entrepreneurial rockstar Sally Hogshead reveals 100 Radical Truths for closing the gap between your current reality and your utmost potential, including 15 Aspire to be the dumbest person in the room 31 YouDo you have a career worth loving Do you want to become the most powerful, valuable, fulfilled version of yourself If so, you re a careerist Advertising and entrepreneurial rockstar Sally Hogshead reveals 100 Radical Truths for closing the gap between your current reality and your utmost potential, including 15 Aspire to be the dumbest person in the room 31 You can be comfortable, or outstanding, but not both 67 Mistakes are tuition 96 Expressing your truest self is the ultimate competitive advantage 100 Make your memoirs worth reading With groundbreaking research and startling new ideas for success, Radical Careering will become the indispensable owner s manual to your future Get ready to turbocharge your career with smarter goals, higher market value, and killer results Radical Careering is a jolt to the old way of thinking about careers a handbook of new thinking that will help you survive, strive and thrive in the radically new world of work Jeff Taylor, founder and Chief Monster, Monster An innovative how to manual for anyone wanting to be successful and satisfied in their career Andy Spade, CEO and co founder, Kate Spade Take inventory of your strengths, identify your passions, then do everything in your power to carve your career toward them Only then will you, and everyone else, see the best of you Want to know how Read this book Marcus Buckingham, author of The One Thing You Need to Know, and Now, Discover Your Strengths Hogshead s powerful strategies will teach you how to drive your own success, by having the fearlessness, daily courage, and curiosity to jump in the deep end and swim with real purpose Lee Ann Daly, Executive VP of Marketing, ESPN This book is so genius It s amazing to read on the page what I ve always believed to be true The ideas in this book will save your ass again and again Drive is a radical careerist s best friend Liz Phair

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    1. "Many times the line between success and failure can easily be crossed simply by altering one's perspective. This book provides quick and easy "kick in the butt" reality sound bites that provide the perspective required to lean towards (and stay on) the success side of the line"

    2. Loy Machedo’s Book Review – Radical Careering by Sally Hogshead.How can you criticize a woman who is not shy of being called a Hogshead? Or for that matter does not mind flaunting a ‘Hogshead’? Sometimes I wonder what were the hogshead family line thinking when they accepted this surname? So here is a book from the world’s most celebrated creative directors or ‘the Oracle of Venice Beach’ as she was called (at least that is what the author stated in her introduction). Since it’s [...]

    3. This book was something of an odd read. The format made reading it easy and the ideas came across clearly enough but in some respects it was like reading a children's book from the presentation and simplicity vantage point it was almost TOO simple and (at least from my vantage point) it was easy to lose interest in the point that Ms. Hogshead was trying to make. I understand that that may be her "style of writing" but, for me, it just didn't transfer that well.From an overall content standpoi [...]

    4. I enjoyed this little book. It gave me some inspiration to help me make sure I don't settle in my jobs, to make sure I am always working at my best potential! As a person in her early 20s, it is easy to get depressed about career choices so this book definitely gave me some good ideas to think about when I feel I am languishing. I think I will get a copy of this for my own personal use and to share with friends who are in a similar position! My biggest complaint about the book is that the little [...]

    5. The advice contained in this quick read would likely work well in the advertising world or various business settings, but I'd hesitate to recommend it to everyone across the career spectrum. Also, much of the guidance is vague and repetitive. Sally could have easily condensed this into 50 truths, making her message more pithy and powerful.However, if you are seeking possible solutions to a less-than-optimal work situation, this little book may spur positive thinking and new ideas to get you out [...]

    6. I actually did copyediting work on this one, so my view is biased, but Sally does a great job of tapping into the Fast Company mindset of taking charge of your professional direction and setting your own agenda for working within the system. Short and snappy, with a visual layout meant to command your attention, Tom-Peters-style (only with less choppy prose).

    7. Sally did an outstanding job on this book-- the flow, the design, the quotes, the themes, the tales, the stories and of course her personal input really nailed how we can jump start a job, career and our lives. Great job to the author; bringing her passion and her zest for making work enjoyable to the forefront.

    8. I read this book while looking for another job. I may not remember the specifics about this book, but I did get a great job a year after reading it. If someone is stuck in a job and not in a career, they may want to consider reading this and get on with life.

    9. a couple little snippets of pseudo-pop advice crap. I liked the "have a mantra" idea. And though it was trite and over-marketing blase, there were a couple of sentences I needed to read. It was more about picking up this book than reading it.

    10. The book had a lot of great ideas and motivators for finding a career and making the one you have better.

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