Are you stuck, uninspired, or lacking the time to chart a new course for your next career?
Through words of wisdom and focused activities, you’ll unlock a career plan and design a strategy to achieve your personal and professional goals.
Let gōl shift your mindset and spark new ideas. In these pages lies your roadmap to reflect, jumpstart, and sustain the search for your dream job.
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GOL is a fantastic resource for those seeking to make a professional change. It provides step by step guidance to get you asking the right questions of yourself and your network. GOL is designed as a road map to take you through the journey of identifying what is next and then it helps you achieve your goal. I found its insight to be invaluable in my professional search for what was next and I'm grateful to have this resource.
October 6, 2016
If you need to find a new direction this is the book for you. Learn how to set effective goals, identify your support network, build a resume and a social presence. The book is a perfect step-by-step guide to help you stay focused on your path. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a new position, or for someone looking for their first position. The book can also help students identify their direction for college and beyond.
The writing is laid out in an easy to follow format with simple and motivating directions. I definitely will use this book as a guide on my journey. And I encourage anyone else looking to get a jump on their next job, adventure or life goal to pick up a copy of this succinct, easy-to-use guide book
November 27, 2016
Midwest Book ReviewA thoroughly 'user friendly' and consumable instructional guide, "Gol: A Curated Guide for the Modern Day Job Hunt" is an informed and informative as it is thoughtful and thought-provoking, making it unreservedly and enthusiastically recommended for anyone seeking or contemplating a change in their employment be it short term or long term.
Midwest Book Review January 19, 2017
Recent changes at my office gave me good (and immediate!) reason to question my future there - terrifying for this single parent.
I began to explore options, and wanted to head toward something that would not only solve what felt like a crisis, but be more meaningful work in a more compatible culture. That's a tall order, and my fears kept me from optimism.
Many people and things I'd learned helped me stay calm(ish). Around that time, these local authors released this book. I am not the workbook type, but bought it anyway. And it really did help me step back and look at the bigger picture. It also asked me questions I hadn't really asked myself. I needed that at the time. It helped me develop a mindset that made me more confident in the interview process. I am over the moon excited about the new job I will start in a few weeks.
So if you're looking, or even just dissatisfied, I highly recommend this.
July 10, 2017