The Wednesday Bookmark
- Category: Authors
- Published: Tuesday, 18 April 2017 06:00
Whether you’re just starting out, looking for a change, or experiencing unwanted change, there’s a way forward. Read more for Brock Tozer's interview with Robert Dickie III on this week's Wednesday Bookmark brought to you byBooksforChrist.com. Aired Wednesday, April 19th, 2017.
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Is your career all it could be?
Henry David Thoreau famously said, “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” Does this describe your current work situation?
Whether you’re just starting out, looking for a change, or experiencing unwanted change, there’s a way forward. Love Your Work is about pivoting step-by-step to a more satisfying career. It will help you:
Dream up bigger goals than you have now—and meet them
Search out new careers or niches within your industry
Pursue work and success in the holistic sense
Maybe the new economy feels daunting to you. Maybe you’re not sure how to break out of your industry. Maybe you’re struggling to move up in rank. Wherever you are, if you don’t find your work meaningful and engaging, it’s time for a change, and Love Your Work will prepare you to make it.
Robert Dickie III is a career advisor and CEO passionate about helping people find their best work. And it shows. He offers motivating stories, insights into today’s market, and dozens of resources for growing in your career. By the end of Love Your Work, you won’t just be equipped for the next move, you’ll be inspired for it. You’ll see work differently, and you’ll want to pursue it like you never have before.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ROBERT DICKIE III has served as a decorated Air Force Officer, the CEO of an international company, and as the leader of several non-profits. In July 2011 he became the President of Crown. This unique and bold career path has given Bob a first-hand look at the changing economy/job market we now find ourselves in. Bob and his wife Brandi reside in Knoxville, TN with their six children and two dogs. They are both graduates of the University of Tennessee. Bob earned his Master's Degree from the University of Arkansas in Industrial Engineering and is currently in the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program.