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  • For many of us working from home, advice on how to find meaning and joy is welcome when the daily commute is a walk downstairs and the movie Groundhog Day feels more like a documentary...the economic upheaval created by the pandemic will no doubt make this book an attractive proposition for many people now considering a radical change in lifestyle or just questioning what work is all about.

    Financial Times
  • In a world where it seems almost revolutionary to love your job, these tools just might help you find a few more ways to like going to work

    USA Today
  • A worthy successor to the authors’ previous work that also stands on its own, this should be an essential read for college students and might also become a hit on the lecture circuit.

    Steven Silkunas, Library Journal
  • Burnett and Evans address important matters including strength finders, growth mindsets, and the dynamics of power and politics in the workplace...helpful, clearly written, and relevant

    Raymond Pun, Booklist
  • With their stories, examples, and generous approach, Burnett and Evans are never rigid and always enlightening

    Goop

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