Career Compass

Career Compass

This book deals with career as a path to spiritual fulfillment to encourage, educate, guide, and empower young adults around the world to take the right actions for their careers. This book will provide readers with the know-how and strategic guidance that can help them effectively navigate the various stages of career planning and achieve a successful work life. This book is created to show them how to uncover personal strengths (talents, skills, and potentials), realize the career options that are available and most appropriate with godly wisdom to make the right choices, and take the right steps in the right direction. I understand that success takes commitment, vision, and action. This inspired me to create a follow-up workbook as part of the book to help the readers record their thoughts, ideas, ambitions, and decisions in order to recall and implement them correctly.


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Publisher Covenant Books, Inc.
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ISBN 1685261361
Pages 166 pages
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