Talent2Work: A Career & Life Planning Workbook for Teens
Discover, Grow, & Apply Your Natural Talents
This is an adapted version of The Talent Workbook: Putting Your Talent to Work for youth who are starting out on their career path. The activities have been tested with high school students who have successfully found jobs, college scholarships, and created their own freelance work.
Using this book you are following in the footsteps of successful talent developers and career makers. You will learn how to:
-Discover talent living in your heart’s desires
-Cultivate your natural talents
-Share your talents, for pay or as a volunteer
-Use your talent for solving problems and filling needs while being rewarded emotionally
The methods used in this book exercise both hemispheres of the brain: the right side visual, intuitive, and emotional functions; and the left side logical, verbal and goal-oriented processes. The activities in this book are based on techniques used for over thirty-five years in career development programs for adults. They will help you create a career based on your unique combination of talents, interests, training and skills. It is essential that you do the activities and not just read them in order to receive the benefits. In addition to identifying and cultivating your natural talents, you’ll also be discovering marketable skills and techniques for finding the work your heart desires.
Note: Talent2Work: A Career & Life Planning Workbook for Teens is distributed as a downloadable ebook, subject to the author’s license terms (click to read). Adobe Acrobat Reader, or other similar PDF reader, is required in order to view the book. You may download the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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author:Lucia Capacchione, Ph.D.
format:PDF (8.5″ x11″)