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What's Your Excuse for not Loving Your Job? Paperback – 30 Apr 2016
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"Amanda's book is practical and helpful. It includes lots of detail but is written in a very digestible format. Pulling from her long corporate experience Amanda provides insights from her time as an employee, a team member, a manager and a senior executive and so is able to offer solutions considered from a number of angles. The book offers many solutions by way of examining the excuses that sometimes we don't even have the time or inclination to think about. But once these thoughts are organised and put down on paper before us, going from hating to loving our job seems like an easy transition. Amanda utilises her coaching skills to help us find our own way to change how we feel about our job. This is done in such a skilful, unnoticeable way that, as a reader, you appear to be coming up with your own thoughts and conclusions as to how to improve. I would recommend this book to anyone who is not enjoying their work. It is an easy and quick read full of practical tips and great insights." Rina Goldenberg Lynch, Managing Director, Voice at the Table "After reading this book I realised I do have some control over the things which have been making me unhappy at work. I now have some ideas about what needs to change, and feel encouraged to start taking action." Robert Sutton, Software Developer "Amanda has a unique ability to make complicated things simple. She offers great clarity of thinking and presents ideas with impact." George Bart, HR Director "Amanda's advice helped me to set realistic goals which I acted on a lot more quickly than I expected. She gave me the motivation to actually do something about my current situation." Christine Lindhurst, Data Analyst "After following Amanda's suggestions, work and life are much more balanced. I now have greater self belief and awareness of my own ability. I'm not so afraid to try new things or take the lead with new projects and challenges." Simon Lecke, Operations Manager "Amanda is very easy to relate to, and talk to. She is intuitive, and able to explore situations from different angles. She has the ability to explain concepts and principles in lay terms." Peter Haran, Regulatory Services Manager
About the Author
Amanda Cullen is a coach who helps people to make the most of their working life, to realise their full potential and to establish a healthy work/life balance
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24 May 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
It's the old adage question, "do you live to work or work to live?". Ideally it would be great not to have to make that choice and to be able to say I love my work! With Amanda's help, you can take practical and doable steps to change what's wrong with your job. Sometimes it's a small shift in our perspective that's all that's needed - taking a step back to look at what's going on rationally, other times it's about having a courageous, honest conversation or maybe it's looking at what you can do to help yourself to stop work dominating (turn off those email alerts!). Whatever your excuse is for not loving your job, you will find the solution quickly and easily in this pocket book and put back a smile on your face on Monday mornings.
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11 July 2016
Amanda Cullen's book is a great resource for anyone who is not quite satisfied in their job. All the common issues that can cause us to not love our job as much as we want to get covered, and for each one the author offers great ideas and advice. It's an easy read, short and to the point, motivational and supportive. Highly recommended for anyone feeling a little stuck.