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Take This Job and Love It A Personal Guide to Career Empowerment - Tracy, Diane
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Take This Job and Love It A Personal Guide to Career Empowerment - Paperback

2001, ISBN: 9780070653047

Hardcover, ID: 331379127

Det Berlingske Bogtrykkeri, 1955. Paperback. Good. GOOD CONDITION LARGE SOFTCOVER BOOK. NO WRITING OR MARKINGS IN TEXT. SOME WEAR TO COVER WITH FRAYING AND CHIPPING TO EDGES AND SLIGHT SCUFFING. A SOLID COPY., Det Berlingske Bogtrykkeri, 1955, London: Virago Books, 1999. 'Forword by Denis Mack Smith "Near Mount Etna in Sicily lies Casa Cuseni, a beautiful house built in golden stone - and the home which Daphne Phelps was astonished to find she had inherited in 1947. At the age of 34, war-weary from working as a psychiatric social worker, with barely any Italian and precious little money, she plunged into a fascinating Sicilian world. The many problems to be overcome included not only financial difficulties but local authorities and a house staff who initially felt no loyalty to the new Signorina, but who gradually accepted her as a respected member of their small community.To help make ends meet, for many years Daphne Phelps ran Casa Cuseni as a locanda (lodging house) and to her doors came Roald Dahl, Tennessee Williams, Bertrand Russell and the painter Henry Faulkner. But just as important to her life and her story are the Sicilians with whom (she) shared the love and care of Casa Cuseni: Don Ciccio, the local mafia leader; Vincenzio, general manservant who recited while he served the meals; Beppe, a Don Juan who scented his eyebrows and his moustache to attract the local girls; and, above all, the steadfast cook and housekeeper who lives with Daphne still, and to whom this book is dedicated." 270p. illus (some col) Donor inscription on ffep) . 1st UK Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine., Virago Books, 1999, NY: Random House, 2001. dj in mylar cover, 331 pp w/index, select bibliography, notes, abbreviations and references, B&W photos, "Henry Green led a double life. As Henry Yorke, a descendant of the earl of Hardwicke and Baron Leconfield, he was a wealthy artistocrat...as Henry Green (the pseudonym he settled on after trying out Henry Browne), he wrote nine of our century's most original novels..." Discusses Green's novels in close connection with his life, his friendships with other literary figures including Evelyn Waugh, Eudora Welty, Anthony Powell. Treglown also wrote the highly regarded biography of Roald Dahl. AL002. ISBN: 0679433031. First US Edition. Hardcover. As New/As New. Tall 8vo. Literature Literary Biography Henry Green Yorke Aristocracy Literary Criticism Social Classes British Authors. Catalogs: LITERARY BIOGRAPHY., Random House, 2001, McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1993. Light Creasing on Front Cover; Edges Lightly Soiled. SPONSORING EDITOR: Caroline Carney. EDITING SUPERVISOR: Fred Dahl. PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR: Suzanne Babeuf. CONTENTS: Preface; Acknowledgments; 1. Refusing to Live Without Career Satisfaction 2. Achieving Success Without Losing Yourself 3. Standing Up for Your Rights 4. Using Positive Politics to Advance Your Career 5. Getting a Life When Your Job Is Everything 6. Knowing When It's Time to Move On 7. Taking Care of Yourself When You've Lost Your Job 8. Using Plateaus to Transform Your Life 9. Turning Your Dreams into Reality. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Diane Tracy speaks before thousands of people each year in the course of conducting workshops and seminars for companies, national associations, and local organizations. Her client list includes Hoffman-LaRoche, IBM Canada, Young & Rubicam, Ernst & Young, the United Nations, and the American Society for Quality Control. Ms. Tracy has appeared on more than 75 radio and television talk shows and is the author of The First Book of Common-Sense Management and The Ten Steps to Empowerment. EXCERPT: Preface - This book is not just for managers or just for workers. It is for everyone who works or who is planning to go to work. It crosses all socioeconomic lines because it addresses issues that are common to all of us as human beings-the issues of fear, power, self-esteem, and security. Whatever our job title, we all want to be treated with respect and to have self-respect. We all want to be able to put food on the table, provide for our families, and enjoy the fruits of our labors. We all want to feel that we count, that we make a difference. We all want to work in situations that enable us to reach our full potential. The principles involved in creating a career that satisfies these needs are the same for everyone, regardless of who we are or where we work. To these principles this book is devoted . . .. First Thus 1st Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Robert Neubecker. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1993

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McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1993. Light Creasing on Front Cover; Edges Lightly Soiled. SPONSORING EDITOR: Caroline Carney. EDITING SUPERVISOR: Fred Dahl. PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR: Suzanne Babeuf. CONTENTS: Preface; Acknowledgments; 1. Refusing to Live Without Career Satisfaction 2. Achieving Success Without Losing Yourself 3. Standing Up for Your Rights 4. Using Positive Politics to Advance Your Career 5. Getting a Life When Your Job Is Everything 6. Knowing When It's Time to Move On 7. Taking Care of Yourself When You've Lost Your Job 8. Using Plateaus to Transform Your Life 9. Turning Your Dreams into Reality. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Diane Tracy speaks before thousands of people each year in the course of conducting workshops and seminars for companies, national associations, and local organizations. Her client list includes Hoffman-LaRoche, IBM Canada, Young & Rubicam, Ernst & Young, the United Nations, and the American Society for Quality Control. Ms. Tracy has appeared on more than 75 radio and television talk shows and is the author of The First Book of Common-Sense Management and The Ten Steps to Empowerment. EXCERPT: Preface - This book is not just for managers or just for workers. It is for everyone who works or who is planning to go to work. It crosses all socioeconomic lines because it addresses issues that are common to all of us as human beings-the issues of fear, power, self-esteem, and security. Whatever our job title, we all want to be treated with respect and to have self-respect. We all want to be able to put food on the table, provide for our families, and enjoy the fruits of our labors. We all want to feel that we count, that we make a difference. We all want to work in situations that enable us to reach our full potential. The principles involved in creating a career that satisfies these needs are the same for everyone, regardless of who we are or where we work. To these principles this book is devoted . . .. First Thus 1st Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Robert Neubecker. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1993

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1993, ISBN: 0070653046

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[EAN: 9780070653047], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: McGraw-Hill, Inc.], REFERENCE,EMPLOYMENT, Light Creasing on Front Cover; Edges Lightly Soiled. SPONSORING EDITOR: Caroline Carney. EDITING SUPERVISOR: Fred Dahl. PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR: Suzanne Babeuf. CONTENTS: Preface; Acknowledgments; 1. Refusing to Live Without Career Satisfaction 2. Achieving Success Without Losing Yourself 3. Standing Up for Your Rights 4. Using Positive Politics to Advance Your Career 5. Getting a Life When Your Job Is Everything 6. Knowing When It's Time to Move On 7. Taking Care of Yourself When You've Lost Your Job 8. Using Plateaus to Transform Your Life 9. Turning Your Dreams into Reality. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Diane Tracy speaks before thousands of people each year in the course of conducting workshops and seminars for companies, national associations, and local organizations. Her client list includes Hoffman-LaRoche, IBM Canada, Young & Rubicam, Ernst & Young, the United Nations, and the American Society for Quality Control. Ms. Tracy has appeared on more than 75 radio and television talk shows and is the author of The First Book of Common-Sense Management and The Ten Steps to Empowerment. EXCERPT: Preface - This book is not just for managers or just for workers. It is for everyone who works or who is planning to go to work. It crosses all socioeconomic lines because it addresses issues that are common to all of us as human beings-the issues of fear, power, self-esteem, and security. Whatever our job title, we all want to be treated with respect and to have self-respect. We all want to be able to put food on the table, provide for our families, and enjoy the fruits of our labors. We all want to feel that we count, that we make a difference. We all want to work in situations that enable us to reach our full potential. The principles involved in creating a career that satisfies these needs are the same for everyone, regardless of who we are or where we work. To these principles this book is devoted . . . Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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[EAN: 9780070653047], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: McGraw-Hill, Inc.], REFERENCE,EMPLOYMENT, Light Creasing on Front Cover; Edges Lightly Soiled. SPONSORING EDITOR: Caroline Carney. EDITING SUPERVISOR: Fred Dahl. PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR: Suzanne Babeuf. CONTENTS: Preface; Acknowledgments; 1. Refusing to Live Without Career Satisfaction 2. Achieving Success Without Losing Yourself 3. Standing Up for Your Rights 4. Using Positive Politics to Advance Your Career 5. Getting a Life When Your Job Is Everything 6. Knowing When It's Time to Move On 7. Taking Care of Yourself When You've Lost Your Job 8. Using Plateaus to Transform Your Life 9. Turning Your Dreams into Reality. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Diane Tracy speaks before thousands of people each year in the course of conducting workshops and seminars for companies, national associations, and local organizations. Her client list includes Hoffman-LaRoche, IBM Canada, Young & Rubicam, Ernst & Young, the United Nations, and the American Society for Quality Control. Ms. Tracy has appeared on more than 75 radio and television talk shows and is the author of The First Book of Common-Sense Management and The Ten Steps to Empowerment. EXCERPT: Preface - This book is not just for managers or just for workers. It is for everyone who works or who is planning to go to work. It crosses all socioeconomic lines because it addresses issues that are common to all of us as human beings-the issues of fear, power, self-esteem, and security. Whatever our job title, we all want to be treated with respect and to have self-respect. We all want to be able to put food on the table, provide for our families, and enjoy the fruits of our labors. We all want to feel that we count, that we make a difference. We all want to work in situations that enable us to reach our full potential. The principles involved in creating a career that satisfies these needs are the same for everyone, regardless of who we are or where we work. To these principles this book is devoted . . .

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1995, ISBN: 0070653046

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