15 Jul
Career Change Book Post

Fearless Career Change

fearless_career_changeKudos to Marky Stein for writing such a practical, inspired and wise book. – Barbara Sher, author of “Wishcraft”, PBS Personality

Finally, there is a book that gives people practical step-by-step exercises to find their real work passion. Marky Stein’s Fearless Career Change is the perfect guide-book for those people who want to transition to a more meaningful career without having to start from scratch. – Margot King, Host of nationally radio show, Job Talk.

Marky’s unique way of eliminating fear of failure and success makes it easy to make a career change at any age. Her techniques are light years ahead of the competition. – Paul Roberts, host and producer, WNTN 1550 Boston

Without resorting to psychological jargon, Marky Stein offers advice to help career changers get unstuck and take steps to find more fulfilling work. “Fearless Career Change” is one of the most practical and insightful career books I’ve read. – Perri Capell, senior correspondent, CareerJournal.com, WSJ

A great resource for students and adults to assist them in their job search. A viable tool in assessing interests, skills, and values. Good examples and exercises. – Veda Swift Jeffries, Assistant Director, Career Development Center, Stanford University

For ambitious career changers who are willing to believe in their “natural and unique talents,” take risks, and join the chorus line to live out loud. With Marky Stein in the director’s chair, you’ll go beyond conventional choreography by way of high impact exercises and “accelerated job search”. Get ready! Fearless Career Change promises to be the performance of your lifetime! – Sharon K. Thorpe Associate Director University Career Center University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Marky Stein’s book Fearless Career Change is a clear work book for a happier career. Marky’s point that fear is a great barrier to be aware of and to over come struck me as a wonderful insight. The thing I like about this stance is that you are encouraged to look at what is hindering you in making a career change; what fears stop you and how to keep going. This book is not just for the job seeker or the career changer, but for any worker. If you are not happy in your job life – take a look at this book. It might help you to find a better career, a rewarding job and a fuller life. – Lyle Troxell, Host and Producer, Geek Speak, KUSP Radio 88.9 FM

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