Self-care is often presented as something set apart from productive work, but author Minda Zetlin argues that this is a false dichotomy. Taking the reader through her personal journey, augmented with expert insights and multidisciplinary research, she argues that self-care is critical to effectiveness in business. Zetlin’s conversational style gives the reader a sense of sitting down over coffee with a friend who has been there, done that and is happy to share lessons learned. Exercises at the end of each chapter provide a laboratory for clarifying your goals and exploring career-related self-care.
About the Author
Minda Zetlin’s research-backed writing helps people get the most out of their careers and lives. She is an Inc.com columnist and former president of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.
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5 months agoam more than happy and appreciate your advice on career advance Minda Thanks.
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