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Free to Succeed by Barbara Bailey Reinhold

Free to Succeed

  • Paperback $18.00

    May 01, 2001 | 272 Pages

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“Will inspire you to create your own dream career… and have fun at the same time.”—Mark S. Albion, author of Making a Life, Making a Living
 
“A fresh approach to job searches… best for experienced employees seeking a change.”—Publishers Weekly
 
“Even the most jaded will discover valuable factoids and approaches here.”—Booklist

Table Of Contents

Part One: The Time Is Now
Introduction: Free to Succeed
1. New Economy Rules
2. It’s Good for Me – Is It Good For You?
3. What Kind of Free Agent Would You Be?
4. Seven Steps to Free Agency

Part Two: 22 Stories for Free Agents
Step One: Give Yourself Time and Permission: Empty Raincoats; Ghosts; Maybe I’m Too Old for This
Step Two: Open to New Possibilities: It’s Always Something!; There’s Something about Charlie!; Forget the Mailbags!
Step Three: Imagine Your Projects: Take Three Pleasures and Call Me in the Morning; Kid Stuff; It Just Takes Time
Step Four: Find Resources and Plan Logistics: Do You Really Deserve to Succeed?; Have You Checked Your EQ Yet?; To Leap or Not to Leap
Step Five: Launch/Make It Happen: Compromise; Missing Teeth; Fascinating Rhythms
Step Six: Fine-tune and Make Changes: It’s Just Too Much; Running on Empty; Finding the Opportunity in the Problem
Step Seven: Reevaluate and Consider More Change: The Clearness Committee; It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Tiime; And What About Writing?; Daily Practice

Part Three: How About Some Help?
Resources: Reading, Organizations, Links
Where Are You? Exercises to Get You Moving:
My Own Alone Time Exercise
My Own Assumptions Analysis
My Own Openers vs. Blockers Grid
My Own Ghostbusters Exercise
My Own Space-Maker Quadrant Exercise
My Own Imagination Booster
My Own EQ Checklist
My Own Free Agent Information Interview Questions
My Own Vision Test
My Own Options Sorter
My Own Risk Continuum Exercise
My Own Gradual Transition Grid
My Own Right Rhythm Check
My Own Dream Analysis Exercise
My Own Fill-Me-Up to Get Where I’m Going Exercise
My Own Daily Practice
My Own Clearness Committee
Glossary
Bibliography

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