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The Art of Work

By Jeff Goins

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I have read this book once a year since it came out. When I do this, I discover new things about myself. I also catch something applicable to my life now that wasn’t the previous year.

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The Art of Work takes you on a journey to finding your vocation. While it might have originally been about…

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