I Took the Only Path To See You
A Guide to Finding Professional Success Without Sacrificing Personal Happiness
1. Edition September 2021
240 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Price: 24,90 €
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Learn how to achieve the highest levels of success without sacrificing who you are
In I Took the Only Path to See You, author and CEO Jon Fisher delivers an inspiring message that reminds readers that professional success does NOT have to come at the expense of personal happiness. Fisher is proof that professionals can achieve success on a grand scale without having to sacrifice their personal ethics, personal relationships, and more. The book's author shares the experiences of those who have risen to become leaders in their fields, some of whom are his close friends.
This important book teaches readers:
* How to achieve success without losing sight of being a good person
* That, while not everyone makes it to the top of their chosen field, everyone can always work toward healthy personal relationships
* That personal growth is the key to real and sustained personal happiness
Perfect for young entrepreneurs and seasoned professionals alike, I Took the Only Path to See You will also earn a place in the libraries of anyone interested in achieving personal fulfilment while pursuing material success. The road to true success and happiness starts with personal happiness.
Chapter 1: The Most Important Choice in the World
Chapter 2: Understanding Happiness
Chapter 3: Believing in Yourself
Chapter 4: Choosing Your Own Path
Chapter 5: Hazards Along the Path to Passion
Chapter 6: Understanding True Success
Chapter 7: Overcoming Failure
Chapter 8: Choosing Your Role Models
Chapter 9: The Importance of Principles
Chapter 10: Dealing with Fear
Chapter 11: Achieving Your Dream
About the Author
Gerald A. Fisher has been an active member of the nuclear physics community for over 50 years. After graduating with a BS in physics and mathematics from the City College of New York, he received his PhD in nuclear physics from Stanford University. At San Francisco State University, he worked as head of the Physics Department for 20 years.
Wallace Wang is the author of Microsoft Office for Dummies and co-author of Breaking Into Acting For Dummies. Besides writing books, he also appears on two radio shows on KNSJ, teaches iOS programming through UCSD Extension, teaches game design at SDSU Global Campus, and runs a blog about screenwriting called The 15-Minute Movie Method and another blog called Cat Daily News.