Free to Succeed : Designing the Life You Want in the New Free Agent Economy

Free to Succeed : Designing the Life You Want in the New Free Agent Economy

  • Plume(2001/05発売)
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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 258 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780452282513
  • DDC分類 650.14

Full Description

The new economy is rapidly becoming a free agent economy. Today, one-third of all American workers are free agents, and in the next decade the percentage will rise even more dramatically. Whether by default (downsizing is here to stay) or design (job dissatisfaction is at an all-time high), more and more of us are becoming free agents. In Free to Succeed, veteran career coach Barbara B. Reinhold offers invaluable advice on: * The 10 Essential Strategies for Succeeding in the New Free Agent Economy* Discovering Your Free Agent Profile: Rebel, Imagineer, Philosopher, and more* The 7 Steps to Free Agency* How to become an "intrapreneur"-creating start-up ventures within your company* Developing a "sidecar" venture to satisfy creative needs and help transition you to a more rewarding career Plus* sixteen in-depth exercises designed to motivate and guide your transition to free agency, resource listings, and more. For entrepreneurs, "intrapreneurs," small business owners, artists, writers, freelancers, and anyone seeking more creative options, Free to Succeed will help you achieve greater fulfillment in your career and your life.NER(01): AU US

Table of Contents

Introduction: Free to Succeed 3 (8)
New Economy Rules 11 (14)
It's Good for Me---Is It Good for You? 25 (14)
What Kind of Free Agent Would You Be? 39 (18)
Seven Steps to Free Agency 57 (188)
Give Yourself Time and Permission 85 (14)
Empty Raincoats 86 (4)
Ghosts 90 (4)
Maybe I'm Too Old for This 94 (5)
Open to New Possibilities 99 (18)
It's Always Something! 101(5)
There's Something About Charlie! 106(7)
Forget the Mailbags! 113(4)
Imagine Your Projects 117(14)
Take Three Pleasures and Call Me in the 118(3)
Kid Stuff 121(5)
It Just Takes Time 126(5)
Find Resources and Plan Logistics 131(18)
Do You Really Deserve to Succeed? 133(5)
Have You Checked Your EQ Yet? 138(5)
To Leap or Not to Leap 143(6)
Launch/Make It Happen 149(18)
Compromise 151(5)
Missing Teeth 156(5)
Fascinating Rhythms 161(6)
Fine-tune and Make Changes 167(16)
It's Just Too Much 168(5)
Running on Empty 173(4)
Finding the Opportunity in the Problem 177(6)
Reevaluate and Consider More Change 183(22)
The Clearness Committee 185(4)
It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time 189(5)
And What About Writing? 194(3)
Daily Practice 197(8)
Resources: Reading, Organizations, Links 205(10)
Where Are You? Exercises to Get You Moving 215(30)
My Own Alone Time Exercise 215(2)
My Own Assumptions Analysis 217(2)
My Own Openers vs. Blockers Grid 219(1)
My Own Ghostbusters Exercise 220(4)
My Own Space-Maker Quadrant Exercise 224(1)
My Own Imagination Booster 225(4)
My Own EQ Checklist 229(1)
My Own Free Agent Information Interview 230(2)
My Own Vision Test 232(1)
My Own Options Sorter 233(1)
My Own Risk Continuum Exercise 234(1)
My Own Gradual Transition Grid 235(1)
My Own Right Rhythm Check 236(1)
My Own Dream Analysis Exercise 237(4)
My Own Fill-Me-Up to Get Where I'm Going 241(1)
My Own Daily Practice 242(2)
My Own Clearness Committee 244(1)
Glossary 245(6)
Bibliography 251