The Zookeeper's Secret: Finding Your Calling in Life by Jeffrey A., Bunderson, Stuart Thompson Book Tour & Giveaway! [Ends 2/23/18]
The Zookeeper's Secret: Finding Your Calling in Life by Jeffrey A., Bunderson, Stuart Thompson
Paperback: 168 pages | Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc. (February 1, 2018)
Perhaps your professional and other life ambitions are simply a means to an end—a way to pay the bills or pursue a lifestyle. But what if there was something more? What if you could have success and fulfillment in equal measure? In response to these fundamental questions, Professors Jeff Thompson and Stuart Bunderson draw on research, personal experience, and gospel truths to dispel common myths that can stand in the way of seeking your true calling, the work that brings the greatest meaning and satisfaction to your life. Is there only one true calling for you? Can you still find your calling if you choose to stay at home? What if your calling doesn’t pay enough to live on? Discover the answers to these questions and many more as you learn to tap into the spiritual gifts of God and realize how your talents can bring gratification to your life and blessings to those around you. Brimming with practical activities and applications, this guidebook to pursuing your ideal life’s work will inspire the confidence you need to translate aspiration into action.
MY REVIEW: (LAWonder10)
This outstanding self-help book is primarily written for members of the L.D.S. Church, but it can be converted to assist any person of integrity.
It is often difficult to give self-help books a high rating since they often require a lot of, necessary, but tiresome statistics. However, The Zookeeper's Secret is entertaining, enlightening, and is a hands on book which enables the reader to gain full benefit towards self-fulfillment in his/her quest to discover his/her calling in life.
This instructive book offers step-by-step ways to make the most of one's life and in finding one's true meaning in life.
One very impressive excerpt, speaking of jobs not initially sought after, states. "...the happiest and most successful of these people, never lost sight of their passions and dreams. They simply found different ways of expressing those passions and dreams".
The book Cover is very interesting and totally depicts the content within the book's pages. Unfortunately, for the "browser", most would not stop to take a closer look...it could use a little more color to "catch the eye". The Tile is perfect, although it would be beneficial to increase to size o "Finding Your Calling in Life".
The Title, 'The Zoo Keeper's Secret' is based on a little known fact. Though most Zookeepers are college educated, they get very low pay and never receive fame or recognition, yet are passionate about it and are the happiest employed group of individuals according to well over a thousand surveyed zookeepers. You must read this book to find out. "Why?"
I offer a Four and a Half Stars rating.
This book was a gift with no requirement of a positive review. This is my honest review.
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