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
Take Charge of Your Career
Your Soul at Work "provides a truly unique
bridge between the challenges of a professional career
and the spiritual goals which alone give that struggle a satisfying
and permanent meaning." Those are the words of Benedict
J. Groeschel, author of Spiritual Passages.
However, Your Soul at Work is not just a feel-good
exercise. You should only buy this book if you are ready to
Take Charge of your career and turn it in a personally
and spiritually satisfying direction.
"Taking Charge" is the name of the career planning
process that Steve and I developed for some of the world's
most successful corporations. These techniques and Steve's
extensive research have revolutionized career and leadership
development at many major corporations. Now, for the first
time, these techniques are available to the public.
Making it real.
Your Soul at Work comes with an extensive workbook
full of exercises. Taken as a whole, these exercises allow
you to work through your own personal version of the Taking
Charge process: The exercises will help you to:
Review your current attitudes and learn some important
myths that hinder career and life success
Negotiate new, more productive agreements with yourself
and your organization
Clarify your most important life values and build career
opportunities that allow you to achieve them
Learn critical skills proven to distinguish those who
succeed in their careers from those who don't
Take positive action steps to enrich your current career
and/or identify and negotiate yourself into a new one
Tie your career into a higher life purpose that has personal
and spiritual meaning for you
Keep your eye continually on the larger context of what
it all means for you.
If you are ready to take charge, you can buy
the book right now. Otherwise, you can explore this site.
You'll find a number of free excerpts from the book.