“Career”: Best Articles of 2014, by Inspired Track

Career development, Career management, Career transition. This series of ‘Best Articles of 2014’ is our pick of the most inspiring articles on Career.

How to Find Fulfilling Work, by Roman Krznaric

How to Find Fulfilling Work, by Roman Krznaric

Longing For A Fulfilling Career? Step Out And Experiment!

Many of us wish for a more fulfilling career – one that provides a sense of purpose, reflects our values and is in consonance with our personality. In How to Find Fulfilling Work, British lifestyle philosopher and founding faculty member of The School of LifeRoman Krznaric explains the core ingredients of career satisfaction, addresses the issues related to making good career choices and provides original insights to take working life in new directions.

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Do You Really Love What You Do?

Do You Really Love What You Do, by Paul Graham

Do You Really Love What You Do, by Paul Graham

How many adults can honestly claim that they do what they love and love what they do? There are certain societal conventions that may compel people to pretend that are enjoying what they do. Funny, isn’t it? We not only dislike what we do but we also vehemently defend it. American programmer, writer and investor Paul Graham elaborated upon this very idea in his insightful and refreshing article How to do what you love.

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Reinventing Your Career: Back To Basics

Business Model You, by Tim Clark

Business Model You, by Tim Clark

Business Model You: A One-Page Method for Reinventing Your Career, written by Tim Clark, in collaboration with Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, is an adaptation of the book Business Model Generation that gained fame thanks to the popular “canvas”, a simple and comprehensive framework including all of the elements that need to be addressed to define the business model of an organization.

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