Nicholas W. Weiler, in collaboration
with Stephen C. Schoonover, M.D.
"Filled with practical,
researched advice that is simultaneously both spiritual
and profoundly down to earth." -M. Scott Peck, M.D.,
author of The Road Less Traveled
Do you love your work?
Or like most people do you wish it were a little more
satisfying? Maybe you've been the victim of downsizing and
are trying to make the best of the situation.
I'm Nick Weiler, lead author of Your Soul at Work, Five
Steps to a More Fulfilling Career and Life. If these questions
hit home, then our book was written for you:
Would you like to fulfill more of your personal and spiritual
values on the job?
Could you use some very practical techniques for
finding and pursuing a career path that better satisfies
Would you like to learn specific, research-proven non-technical
skills that are key to success and advancement in just about
any career specialty?
Are you frustrated with career planning books that neglect
your more spiritual concerns?
Are you frustrated when you try to practice on the job
what you've learned in spiritually oriented self-help books?
My co-author, Dr. Stephen Schoonover and I based Your Soul
at Work on over twenty years of research with many
well-known organizations worldwide. Our tools and techniques
are used by numerous Fortune 500 companies (GE, IBM, AT&T,
Lockheed Martin, Sun Microsystems EDS, Citibank etc.), in
addition to small startups, and not-for-profit organizations.
"Is this all there is?"
Steve and I have noticed a growing pattern in the companies
we work with. More and more people sense a nagging, hard-to-pinpoint
frustration in their work lives. It begins with a feeling
of being too driven, with not enough time for important relationships
or personal growth. People are longing for a greater sense
of fulfillment, real meaning and spiritual growth in
their work lives.
Often it's the people who are very successful financially
who find themselves asking, "Is this all there is?"
But it's more than time and it's more than money. In a recent
cover story of Fortune magazine, one executive was
quoted as saying "You get to the top of the ladder and
find that maybe it's leaning against the wrong building."
If you are one of these people seeking to balance your work
and personal life - if you want to make certain the ladder
you're climbing is leaning against the right building, please
consider picking up a copy of our book. I've included three
extensive excerpts to get you going. Just click "Continue"
to see more.