Own Your Career Own Your Life
Stop Drifting and Take Control of Your Future
Andy Storch, 2020
Stop drifting through your working years; take charge of your career and start loving your life.
Talent development expert Andy Storch has a clear message: Stop drifting through your working years and start proactively crafting the career and life of your dreams. Drawing on personal experience and a wealth of knowledge gleaned from respected career development gurus, Storch offers a clear, step-by-step guide to setting a vision for and taking ownership of your career and life. You will learn effective strategies for time management, networking and nurturing the mind-set to help you accomplish your goals and find fulfillment.
About the Author
Consultant, coach, author and speaker Andy Storch hosts The Talent Development Hot Seat podcast and founded the Talent Development Think Tank Conference and Community.
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