The Secret of Transitions

The Secret of Transitions

Wherever you are in your career, this book will make your transition to the next level effortless and immediate. With user-friendly exercises, you will be able to apply lesson after exciting lesson to your own life so that your success is NOW rather than later. Manton's own deeply moving personal journey of transitions is a thread that runs through this book like a novel you can't put down. He teaches principles with electrifying, dramatic stories of life and death in the combat zone of Viet Nam, intriguing martial arts learning experiences, real world stories of personal courage and growth, and unsolvable workplace dilemmas solved through transitioning techniques all readers can use. Jim Manton draws on his many years as a top high tech executive as well as his current work as a career coach to give the reader a true handbook for success in this rapidly-changing world...a book that shows you how to make your transitions yourself, with vision, skill and purpose, without waiting for change to happen to you.

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Publisher Robert Reed Pub
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