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by Anthony Robbins
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Online Audio

Whether you’re a CEO, a skilled trade worker, someone who’s just starting a career, or even a stay-at-home mom, we all desire to live our true gift.

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by Dick Bolles
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Online Video

Dick Bolles—more formally known as Richard Nelson Bolles—is the author of What Color Is Your Parachute? A Practical Guide For Job-Hunters and Career Changers, the most popular job-hunting book in the world.

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A look at the changing workforce and how it impacts women, families and communities of color.

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by Phil Blair
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Online Video

Phil Blair, author of "Job Won!," an insightful guide on what employers are really looking for shares strategies and techniques…

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by David Brooks
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Keynote Speaker: David Brooks, The New York TimesRespondents: Alex Sink, Chief Financial Officer, State of Florida; Steven Reinemund, former chairman of the board and CEO of PepsiCo.

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by Tyler Read

This podcast series will provide one with all the essential information on how to become a personal trainer as well as excel in the industry.

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by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
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The co-authors of Good Work: When Excellence and Ethics Meet discuss how professionals can do work that is both expert and socially responsible, even in market-driven times.

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by Marcia Wieder
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What if you could make powerful changes in your job that would make you wealthier, happier, healthier, and more fulfilled?

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by Pius Wong
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Podcast

This is the podcast for all the educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents out there who are interested in getting kids into engineering at younger ages.

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by Cal Newport
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Online Video

In this eye-opening account, Cal Newport debunks the long-held belief that "follow your passion" is good advice. Not only is the cliche flawed -- preexisting passions are rare and have little to do with how most people end up loving their work -- but it can also be dangerous, leading to anxiety and chronic job hopping.

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