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Mastering the Art of Quitting: Why It Matters in Life, Love, and Work - Alan Bernstein

Mastering the Art of Quitting:
Why It Matters in Life, Love, and Work

Alan Bernstein and Peg Streep, Authors

In Mastering the Art of Quitting the authors show us how to let go when we need to and how to start over. A guide to increasing our emotional and mental flexibility, assessing our goals, and knowing when to hang in or bail out, it tackles our tendencies to over­analyze, ruminate, and put a positive spin on situations we actually need to avoid. In a culture which perceives quitting as a last resort, Alan Bernstein and Peg Streep show that it's an essential tool for a happy and successful life. They explore attitudes which apply to goals in many areas of life including love, relationships, and work.
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Your Retirement, Your Way - Alan Bernstein Your Retirement, Your Way - Alan Bernstein

Your Retirement, Your Way
Alan Bernstein and John Trauth, Authors

A step-by-step comprehensive guide to retirement planning. As the reader, you begin by ana­lyzing who you are at this stage of life. This is your chance, your moment, to look within and explore the deep­est elements of your personality, and then use this self-knowledge to help craft your future. If you are like most people, you probably chose your career based on certain con­straints and limitations. Now those no longer apply. With your maturity and using the tools pro­vided in this book, you can now design your new life based primar­ily on your interests, personal style of accomplishment and motivations. The possibilities are enormous and exhilarating.

The Princeton Review's Guide to Your Career - Alan Bernstein The Princeton Review's Guide to Your Career - Alan Bernstein The Princeton Review's Guide to Your Career - Alan Bernstein The Princeton Review's Guide to Your Career - Alan Bernstein

The Princeton Review Guide to Your Career
Alan Bernstein, Author

This popular Guide, now in its 6th edition, helps access your key motivators, your interests, and the style in which you like to accomplish. In addition, over 275 careers are outlined so that connections can be made between your personal career style and the careers listed. This book was the text for The Princeton Review’s Seminar, Creating Your Career and was the basis for The Outward Bound Career Exploration program.

The Birkman Reader - Alan Bernstein The Birkman Reader - Alan Bernstein

The Birkman Reader
Alan Bernstein, Editor

This book is an anthology representing the various ways The Birkman Method® is used by its Independent Consultants. Under­stand The Birkman Method® in depth, including its application as a stimulus for self-development and its uses to promote orga­nizational maturation.