26 November 2014

Book Blast & Giveaway: How to Find a Job, Career and Life You Love by Louis Efron

Blurb
How to Find a Job, Career and Life You Love - a journey to purpose, fulfilment and life happiness is a no fluff, highly effective, step-by-step guide to discovering your life’s purpose, finding a career you love, and living a life of intense fulfilment each and every day.

Do you love your job? Your current career? Your life? Or do you go to work feeling disengaged, uninspired or maybe even dreading the day?

In How to Find a Job, Career and Life You Love, Efron reveals how to find purpose, fulfilment and more happiness in your career and life.

His distinct self-discovery process helps you create new excitement and vigour in your current job and career. If you're ready for change, he'll help you find new direction that brings you in alignment with your purpose and goals.

Through his proven process, you'll make job and career decisions for the right reasons, plus look at life options from uniquely different angles.

If you're feeling unfulfilled, uninspired, or disengaged in your job, career or life, or battling low self-confidence, this is definitely the book for you. Start your 30-day+ challenge today (included inside) and begin to proactively design the fulfilling, engaging life you desire and deserve.

Giveaway
To Enter: leave a comment below in answer to the following question: If you could have any job in the world, what would it be?
Eligibility: international, open to readers from any country
Entries close: midnight Sunday 30 November, enter as many times as you like (must be a different answer each time)
Winner: the winner will be chosen based on entries received

Good luck!


About the Author
Louis Efron is a contributing writer for Forbes and Huffington Post, an award-winning Fortune 300 human resources executive, theatrical director, entrepreneur, charity leader and founder of The Voice of Purpose at LouisEfron.com

How to Find a Job, Career and Life You Love is Louis’ first book and he hopes to inspire people to find their purpose, become more fulfilled and make positive changes in their lives.

17 comments:

Selwyn said...

IN the world? What if I bring my starship into orbit? Starship captain being my dream job #1 (currently foiled by technology, or lack thereof).

#2 is Pegasus Courier Rider. I'd love to have a Pegasus to ride, and delivering stuff all over the world would be amazing. (Currently foiled by mythology-technology incompatibility. This pains me).

#3 Published novelist. I want a book with my name on the cover! (Currently an active work in progress, at least the writing part!)

#4 Psychologist specialising in animal therapy with PTSD and dementia clients. (Currently in first year of... lots for qualifications. But I'll get there!)

Alana b said...

I'd love to be a holiday/organised tour critic! (is there such a job, ala a food critic, but paid to travel and write articles on organised holidays/group tours around the world. But just the fancy ones ;)

Tracey said...

Thanks for your 'outta this world' suggestions Selwyn, of your four choices, I'd personally have to go with 'published novelist' as my dream job.

And Alana b, thanks for your entry too. Are you saying you want to be the next host on Getaway? Sounds good to me :-)

Good luck to you both, I'm hoping the author will help me select a winner.

Nay said...

My dream job after my current one as stay at home mum would be running my own little Parisian Cafe with all my own cakes, tarts and savouries. a very small shoebox size one with a few seats inside and naturally, a few outside.

Deborah said...

Oh that's an easy one. I'd love to be a writer. (A real one who earns enough to not have a 'day job'!)

Of course I'd also never suffer from writer's block and be constantly inspired by my engaged and witty mind. Or something. ;-)

Tracey said...

Thanks for your entry Nay, I'd love to be your very first customer, yum!

Deborah I love your dream job too, I can totally see it.

Great entries ladies and good luck!

Anonymous said...

My dream job would be "home stylist" styling and tweaking homes for sale! I loud love to use my artistist skills and Feng shui knowledge to create a picture and a feeling of warmth so people can see themselves living there........A far cry from the banking world!
However published novelist is also on the list! My fathers story was colourful and would make a good but dark story!

lilyk said...

I would be a restaurant critic.

Tracey said...

Thanks Anonymous, your home stylist job sounds great, I could definitely use your skills at my place.

And lilyk, restaurant critic sounds 'tasty', hehehe

May said...

Simple. Wine taster. Although this current heat wave in Queensland has me wondering if being a Swimming Pool Cleaner is an option as a summer career.

Tracey said...

Oooh, wine taster, I wonder if anyone will re-consider their entry after hearing that.... heheheh

For a pool cleaner, you'd have to stand by the pool in the sun most of the time, I think it'd be hard not to just jump in for a swim.

Thanks for your entry May.

Ange said...

I have a million things I am fascinated by, jobs that I admire, things I imagine would make me happy. I've always been envious of those that really do know what they want to do from a young age.

Dream job(s) include: stay-at-home mum to my dear furchild, dog/ animal advocate, dog-friendly cafe owner, charity worker, UN or Red Cross humanitarian representative, war crimes prosecutor, woman in a combat role, presenter of some sort (I love talking), professional cheerleader (I love cheering other people on in their life goals), florist, blogger, politician (if the rest of them were actually worth getting along with), female 007, diplomat, world-traveller, Google Ideas Person.... I could go on forever!

Tracey said...

Wow Ange, war crimes prosecutor and florist? You couldn't get any different. I could definitely see you as an animal advocate (I think you already are).

Good luck in the giveaway, and feel free to share with your friends.

b said...

A software developer working on Natural Language processing

Tracey said...

Natural language processing, what's that?

Either way, you're in the draw, so good luck :-)

Tracey said...

Thanks to you all for your entries, this competition is now closed. The author and I will review the entries and announce the winner as soon as we can.

Louis Efron said...

Thank you all for the wonderful entries!!! I wish you all your dream jobs in 2015! I also hope my book will make the journey a bit easier for the winner! ;-) I will share my feedback with Tracey now. Thanks, again!