In “Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More,” Stever Robbins advises readers to make sure everything you do is helping you reach your goals. We asked him some productivity questions to help students and recent grads do more too!
After finishing his PhD in molecular biology, Adam Ruben wrote a book titled, Surviving Your Stupid Stupid Decision to go to Grad School. If you are thinking about going to grad school, this book is an excellent, informative read. And it’s hilarious, too.
Julie Bauke’s new book, Stop Peeing on Your Shoes: Avoiding the 7 Mistakes that Screw Up Your Job Search, is full of no-nonsense career advice dispensed through client stories that will give you the tools and the strategies to put your search on the right track.
You’ve probably felt overwhelmed if you’ve ever glanced at the career section of a bookstore. Fortunately, there many titles out there directly targeted at university students and new graduates. Here are five titles you should pick up next time you wonder, “What am I doing my with my life?”
This book forces job hunters to think seriously about their careers (both past and future) in ways you’ve never thought of before. Perhaps more importantly, it helps develop tools you didn’t know you needed. You should already have a resumé, but what about a whole job-hunting portfolio?
I recently read a book entitled Who’s Your City? by Richard Florida, which I am recommending to any new grad who is seriously considering relocation for whatever reason. What would you move for: family, partner, career, weather? These are tough decisions to make.