Ready For A Career Change?

by OneClick OneClick April 12, 2017 0 Comments

Ready For A Career Change?

Finally, it's time for the big reveal, Ready For A Career Change? is getting ready to launch. 
 

Here's the book blurb outlining what the book is about:

Feeling trapped in a job you don’t like? Discover how to transition into a new career with learnings from people who’ve done it.

Working long hours, with no satisfaction? Want to start your own business, but not sure you can? Changing careers or setting up your own business isn’t easy. Let experienced career coach Sarah O’Flaherty show you how others have made the transition.

Sarah O’Flaherty has a successful business assisting people to improve their job/life satisfaction and to work through career-transition. After a successful twenty-year career in advertising, Sarah is now training to become a Clinical Psychologist. Using her own experience and interviews with others who have made major changes or established their own businesses, Sarah has created nine landmark questions to get you through a career change in one piece. By answering these questions, you’ll ensure a transition with minimal stress, while maintaining your relationships, your home, and your sanity.

Inside Ready for a Career Change? you’ll discover:

  • How to break down the barriers we face when changing jobs so you can make the best decision for you.
  • How others have changed careers and their key learnings so you can save time and benefit from their experience.
  • The important questions to consider in a career change so you don’t waste your time and energy on something that’s not right for you.
  • The benefits of a career change, such as increased energy and job satisfaction.
  • And much, much more!

Ready for a Career Change? Is packed with straightforward, honest, and practical advice that can be your wake-up call to the life that awaits you in a new career. If you like easy reads that tell it to you straight, then you’ll love having Sarah on your team.

Buy Ready for a Career Change? to help you make the move into an exciting new life today!

 

Get in quick before the price increases.

I've set the price at 99 cents for the soft launch. After launch, the price will be going up - so grab it now if you'd like to get this great new book at a bargain price. Click here for Amazon, and here for other book distributors. 

 

Want a chance to win an Amazon Kindle Paperwhite?

I'm keen to start building up momentum for launch so please let your friends and family know this book is coming out. There is a promotion on my facebook page that offers a chance to win an Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. Also feel free to share the link to amazon and goodreads

And once you've read the book, I'd love it if you'd take the time to leave a review. Thanks!!



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