Do Your Great Work! is a practical guide for people on the brink of turning desire into results in order to achieve career or personal success. Packed with practical advice on how to get started, author Mariette Edwards shares mistakes, inspiration and results from others that have achieved success by following 7 simple steps. Do Your Great Work does not depend on age, where you went to school, where you work or don’t work now. But it does require that you take action.
Has something been whispering to you since you were a kid? Perhaps it has been churning deep down in your soul for years. Your great work, whether it means changing jobs, changing careers or starting a new business, is a calling that only you can answer. When you have a desire to do your great work, it never goes away until you either act on it or you run out of time. You may think you can dodge that desire, but you will be called over and over again.
Do Your Great Work explores the following topics:
Why creativity is not enough
How clarity is magnetic
How fear always points the way
Why confidence is a myth and four other common beliefs are, too
How to package yourself for your great work
How to pitch you or your idea
Do Your Great Work! is currently available online at Amazon.com and Booklogix.com.
For more information about the book and to sign the “Do Your Great Work Pledge,” please visit: www.doyourgreatwork.com.
About Mariette Edwards
Before starting her coaching practice in 1996, Mariette Edwards was in senior Human Resource management for more than twenty years in New York and Atlanta. She served as executive advisor and principal talent relations strategist for financial, manufacturing and high tech companies that included SuCrest Corporation, Robinson-Humphrey, Wang Laboratories, Quadram Corporation and TechSOUTH, a BellSOUTH Enterprises company. Mariette, Career Choreographer, currently serves as CEO of Do Your Great Work, Inc. Her articles and advice on business and career strategies have appeared in media outlets around the world including The Wall Street Journal, CNN, CNN London, Atlanta Business Chronicle, NBC and CBS television and more. For more information, visit: www.doyourgreatwork.com.