Career Books

  • UnMask: Let Go of Who You Are Suppose To Be And Unleash Your True Leader – Jeff Nischwitz (The Nischwitz Group) One of the best leadership books on the market. Jeff asks tough questions guaranteed to make you think and take action to better your life. I especially love Chapter 7: Exponential Believing (The Possibilities Leader) for us widows. We now have an opportunity to seize endless possibilities and this chapter will help you change your thinking so you live out one of Jeff’s favorite quotes:

“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.”

Nelson Mandela

Buy the paperback and read it with a pen, hi-liter and journal on hand as you will take lots of notes.

  • Careerealism: The Smart Approach to a Satisfying Career J. T. O’Donnell – A book to help you define career success whether you are just out of college or a seasoned professional switching careers. Also check out and for free advice and 3 different levels of coaching service.
  • God’s Healing for Life’s Losses, How to Find Hope When You’re Hurting Robert W. Kellemen, Ph.D. A book that will help you work through any time of loss, from death – to job loss and anything in-between. Grab a notebook and write your answers in it, that way you can reuse the book anytime there is a loss. Your answers to the questions at the end of the chapters will change depending upon the type of loss you are experiencing. Dr. Kelleman is an expert on the GriefShare video’s.

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