So why am I taking the time to write a blog post about a new book by my friend Jeff Goins?
Because this book, “The Art of Work”, is that important.
I’ve had the privilege of not only knowing Jeff personally, but also to record and produce all of his books on audio. Jeff is a great thinker and a very successful author, so when he asked me to work with him again on “The Art of Work”, I was of course excited about the project.
During the sessions, there were moments I was cracking up with laughter and others when we had to actually stop recording because yours truly was brought to tears. And I don’t cry easily.
These stories, and the lessons learned, are that good.
The Art of Work: A Proven Path To Discovering What You Were Meant To Do, is all about finding your calling, that thing you were meant to do. Jeff is still a young guy, so wisely, he did a lot of research. This book is full of inspiring stories, as well as his own keen insights, about how you can take your passion and turn into a lifestyle.
I think this book is for you if you you feel like there’s “something more” to life, want to live with more purpose and clarity, and do work that matters.
It’s a perfect guidebook if you’re seeking a new career path, or reinventing yourself, or just need to get clear.
So right now until March 23, there’s book launch going on before the official publication, and I’m happy to be an affiliate and help spread this great message. You can get a copy of the book delivered for almost free, plus you’ll get an additional $250.00 of bonus content (you’ll pay shipping, but it’s only $6.99). BTW, the bonus content is worth it.
After reading and listening to “The Art of Work” many times, I feel it may be one of the most important self-development books since Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change. That book changed my life.
Maybe The Art of Work could have the same impact for you.
So here’s a link to get your practically free copy and the bonus stuff. Enjoy! And let me know your thoughts.