What should I do with my life? (Book, 2002) [WorldCat.org]
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What should I do with my life?

Author: Po Bronson
Publisher: New York : Random House, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Presents a series of profiles of individuals from around the world who have found meaningful answers to some of life's most difficult questions, explaining how, through an honest approach to their own life, they have found new direction and understanding in their lives and how they can serve as examples for others.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bronson, Po, 1964-
What should I do with my life?
New York : Random House, ©2002
(OCoLC)756453966
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Po Bronson
ISBN: 0375507493 9780375507496 0375758984 9780375758980
OCLC Number: 49743708
Description: xx, 370 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: An ordinary guy : even the destined struggle --
Have you looked under the bed? / ignoring the obvious --
Hunted by her cause : learning from hard times --
Synchronicity or not : is there meaning in coincidence? --
The dharma adviser : being vs. doing --
Isn't it clear!? : waiting for clarity --
I belong to you : is it self-serving to do what you enjoy? --
The brain candy generation : stimulation/intensity vs. significance/fulfillment --
Parasite entrepreneurism : finding your story --
Lacking an off switch : always knew it --
The ungrateful soldier : torn between classes --
The umbrella of freedom : anyone can find this important --
A college man : from working class to educated class --
The diver who loved to read : neither fight nor flight --
Building a cathedral : the fear you don't belong --
The casino of the American economy : it's supposed to be hard --
Lady reads the news : a good day job --
Getting oily, then even : switch sides after an injustice --
Learning Delta pride : the fear that our choices are irreversible --
A billion is chump change : is turning down the money stupid or brave? --
That magical thing : overcoming the stigma that this isn't important --
The lockbox fantasy : getting rich changes you --
A tour of the country : this, then that --
After a brief period of experimentation : fear of saying no --
There's more to motherhood than baking cookies : never give up --
The chemical engineer who lacked a chemical : what's real? Guidance, navigation, and control : three lessons from one who's stayed put --
The boom wrangler has many reasons to live : change, for some, keeps them alive --
The Phi Beta slacker dances for herself : be your own audience --
The runaway gypsy : back to reality --
New person, same job? : A different kind of hard work --
My new start-up : how the past colors perception --
Dropping the watermelon : the practical way to pursue the impractical --
The tomer queen unmasks herself : the resume "me" vs. the work-in-progress "me" --
The once-angry minister : a new kind of success story --
Ambition in neutral : deemphasizing the question in order to answer it --
Nobody taught me : the benefit of being around like-minded people --
The romantic depressive : enjoying people --
On Planet Hug : finding your people --
Uncomfortable is good : rehearsing for life's improvisation --
Success formula : giving up that it's about you --
Trafficking in extremes : the adventure of working abroad --
The twin who wanted to be unique : struggling to satisfy dual careers : H=P>J : when paths begin to part --
Ski bums : working with your spouse --
Where fears hide : this is your own responsibility --
The lottery winner : resisting parents' pressure --
The monkey law : finding inspiration in our ancestry --
A burial with pinstripes : fears are inherited, too --
Accepting a gift : will I have to put my aspirations aside? --
The mechanic gives 100 percent : children help you remember what's important --
A fragile blow : the hardest things are the most liberating --
Out of my mind : when is it too late to start over? --
Contribution X : keep in mind even what you can't define --
Twenty thousand lives a year : business is a tool to support what you believe --
Magic powers : no picture is too big --
Closing remarks : all stories are unique --
A reading group guide.
Responsibility: Po Bronson.
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Presents a series of profiles of individuals from around the world who have found meaningful answers to some of life's most difficult questions, explaining how, through an honest approach to their own life, they have found new direction and understanding in their lives and how they can serve as examples for others.

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It does not answer your question!

by Franziska171488 (WorldCat user published 2011-08-26) Fair Permalink

I read 3 chapter and I had enough I guess,was not what I was expecting .I guess the title can be misleading.It did not answer my question.  

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