What I Wish I Had Known – Earlier in My Career Volume 1 is live at http://whatiwishihadknown.org. Cool content from 69 excellent individuals. The download is free for the next 75 days so you can share it as widely as you would like.
“Who do you know who has accomplished my goal and how can I reach them?”
This question prompted Anita Brick, Director of Career Advancement Programs at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business to create “What I Wish I Had Known Earlier In My Career, Wise Words From Those Who Have Been There,” Vol. I.
This new ebook features rich quips and wise insights from 69 professionals, including choosing the right career, leading in challenging times, rebounding from a setback, and an A-Z humorous view of career lessons learned. (That’s where I come in…see pages 153-155 for my alphabet list of things I learned – some of them the hard way.)
The book’s contributors have paid their dues and are now paying-it-forward by sharing their life lessons.“Beyond their generous advice, participating professionals have offered to pay it forward again. Readers have a chance to win a mentoring conversation with one of the professionals featured in the book,” said Brick. This will be determined by how well readers share the book via the Book Booster app.
Insightful, brilliant, funny and wise, these well-seasoned bite size pieces of wisdom from industries as diverse as aviation, psychology, banking, tech, health care, finance and media will resonate with individuals at any career level, be they job seekers at all levels, career starters or career changers.
Get your free ebook today (free for the next 75 days) at www.whatiwishihaadknown.org.
Share it tomorrow.
And don’t forget pages 153-155!