There are many books out there on the many aspects of a career transition. Here are some that members have read and felt helped them.
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|Dig Your Well Before You're Thirsty||Harvey MacKay||If you do not understand what this title really means... read the book for your job search and other activities in your life!|
|Game Plan||Bob Buford|
|Half Time||Bob Buford||A recommended read in The Bob Reilly Group.|
|Job Shift||William Bridges|
|Knock em Dead [Series]||Martin Yate||With a quick, dry British humor and straight to the point manner, Martin's books are best sellers.|
|Negotiating your Salary - Make $1,000/Minute||Jack Chapman||Time is money as anyone unemployed should understand. Negotiating well can get you a better paycheck now versus waiting for the first evaluation and raise cycle.|
|Now Discover Your Strengths||Marcus Buckingham & Donald Clifton||It is difficult to sell yourself to others if you do not know your real strengths!|
|The Traveler's Gift||Andy Andrews||A personal development book set in a fictional story involving 7 places and 7 people each offering the travelor one of the 7 Decisions for Success. A recommended read in Frank Weightman's St. Andrews Group.|
|Up the Mood Elevator||Larry Senn||Reveals some profound principals, facinating concepts and useful pratical tools to help you better ride your own mood elevator. This in turn can help you improve your experience in life, enhance your results, build better relationships and create more success with less stress.|
|What Color Is Your Parachute?||Richard N Bolles||Note different years for publication. Book versions for Job Hunters and Career Changers, Teens, and one for Retirement.|
|Who Moved My Cheese?||Spencer Johnson & Kenneth Blanchard||Basic reading for anyone who encounters change. A time proven classic to read.|
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