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Screw Work, Let's Play: How to Do What You Love and Get Paid for it (Paperback)
  • Screw Work, Let's Play: How to Do What You Love and Get Paid for it (Paperback)

Screw Work, Let's Play: How to Do What You Love and Get Paid for it (Paperback)

Paperback Published: 10/06/2010
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"Do you have a sane work-play balance? Had enough of your job and want to change your life? Here's how to do it" The Times Stuck in a job that's boring you to tears? Slogging away at a business that's never quite taken off? Still can't decide what you'd rather do? Well, it's time to change all that. We've reached a remarkable point in the history of work. With the right guidance, it's now possible for anyone to make a living from doing the things they love. Written by a career maverick who escaped corporate life, Screw Work Let's Play is your blueprint to create a work-life full of fun, freedom and creativity; something more like play than work. Packed full of stories from people who turned their passion into their living -- or even a million pound business -- you'll discover 10 secrets to transform your working life, starting today. Discover life-changing ideas and practical plans including: * How to win your first playcheque -- without quitting your current job * How to beat the doubts and internal blocks that hold you back * How you can play and get rich -- even in a recession Whether you want to start a business, create an ideal job, write a book, or change the world, there's no need to suffer unfulfilling work any more. Ready to play? Unlock exclusive extras at www.screwworkletsplay.com Join the Play Revolution

Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
ISBN: 9780273730934

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