Synopses & Reviews
Millions of people hate their jobs. Nancy Whitney Reiter used to be one of them. After finding herself in the lobby of the World Trade Center on 9/11--and getting out safely--she quit. She spent a year traveling the world, figuring out who she really was and what she really wanted to do.
In this book, Reiter distills all she learned rebuilding her life in a practical, proactive approach you can use to make the same changes in your own life. After transforming the lives of hundreds of unhappy clients (and her own), she has truly perfected the art of personalizing her three-part system to meet the needs of every individual. You don't have to travel the world or have a lot of resources; with Reiter's unique comprehensive system--which recognizes you as an individual with unique circumstances--you can customize your career path to accommodate virtually any dream, regardless of budget.
Complete with checklists, quizzes, worksheets, and contributors' success stories, you will find the advice and answers you need to embark on a new career tailored to your personal and professional goals. Whether a recent graduate, antsy thirty-something, or unfulfilled Baby Boomer, you have the guidebook necessary to make one of the biggest--and best --decisions of your life.
Nancy Whitney-Reiter (Phoenix, AZ) is currently a consultant for Global Vision International (GVI), an adventure travel company that specializes in long-term travel experiences. Through her work at GVI, she has helped numerous individuals to disconnect and find themselves. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and Italian. She is the author of Unplugged: How to Disconnect from the Rat Race, Have an Existential Crisis and Find Meaning and Fulfillment.