In today’s world, the ability to reinvent your career is the new–and only–form of job security.
The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention, by TRI Founder & CEO Pamela Mitchell, is the first book to give you all the necessary tools for navigating the full arc of career change between different fields.
In it, Pamela guides you through the process of identifying your skill sets, repackaging your experience and thinking outside the box in order to manifest the very real potential you have to start anew. She reveals the secrets behind a successful reinvention, and gives you valuable advice that answers all your tactical questions about navigating the roadblocks, getting traction in a new industry, and managing your fears. You’ll get a feel for how it works in the “real world” through real-life success stories, where Pamela breaks down the steps they took (and the mistakes they made) to reinvent their careers, so you can see up close how it’s done.
Clear-headed, calming, practical and thorough, The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention is the ideal guidebook to transforming your career and finding your way to a life you love.
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Praise for Pamela and the Book:
“Of all the useful tools she offers, her honesty is the best.”
-Harvard Business Review — Top Shelf Recommended Pick
“Mitchell’s advice is spot on.”
-The Dallas Morning News
“Pamela Mitchell is an expert in the world of career change.”
“Although there are at least 1,300 career coaches nationwide — and countless books on career change — Mitchell is among a handful who are pioneering a new spin on the concept.’”
Move over What Color is Your Parachute—this book is the new go-to guide for career changers!”
-Lauren Doliva, Ph.D., Managing Partner — Chief Advisor Network, Heidrick & Struggles
“It’s never too late to re-write your script — and Pamela Mitchell is the perfect person to show you how.
-Lois P. Frankel, Ph.D., author of the international bestsellers Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office and See Jane Lead
“This is a must-read for anyone in the workplace today!”
-Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times best-selling author of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There and MOJO