Meet the book whose title became a mantra of self-determination for an entire generation. Marsha Sinetar, an organizational psychologist, takes the Buddhist concept of right livelihood and makes it practical and applicable to any life, encouraging people to find work that means something and to stick with it. She addresses the problems of low self-esteem and self-sabotage, and suggests ways around these troubling roadblocks. There are entire chapters devoted to psychological resistance, and to dissolving guilt and all the shoulds our parents and society have instilled in us. Nowhere does Sinetar suggest that doing what we love is easy, but implicit in the exhortation of the title is the guarantee that it'll be worth it in the long haul.
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