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Am I Happy with my Direction?

Find your true life path and create a happier future

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Language:  English
Where is your career going? Are you happy at work? This down-to-earth guide will help you uncover deep desires, identify specific needs and align to a more fulfilling life path.
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Are you unsatisfied with your job or career? Do you feel off track? Perhaps you have a feeling, deep down, that life has much more to offer. Then, this book is for you; the first in the 'Am I Happy?' series. Whether you wish to stay where you are, get a new job or completely overhaul your career, start by getting aligned with your own unique life path.

Using straightforward methods and psychological tools, you will uncover long-held desires and your specific needs. Get a clear vision of your future and build a foundation for taking the next step towards a more fulfilling work-life and long-term happiness.

About the author

Nazish has helped countless people to turn their lives around from all levels, backgrounds and nationalities. She has worked with a multitude of businesses over the last three decades and specialized in training and development since 1996. With Business Psychology training, a multicultural background and an alternative approach, her books offer realistic methods and unique coaching tools along with down-to-earth advice. 

  1. Where to start? 
    1. The Tools 
  2. What makes a happy life? 
    1. Stages of Happiness 
  3. Where am I going? 
    1. Imaginative Thinking 
    2. Visualization and Your Brain 
    3. The Purpose of a Life Path 
  4. What should I change? 
    1. Recognizing the Reasons 
    2. Changing for Good 
  5. What is my future? 
    1. Setting My Compass 
    2. Future Impressions 
    3. Seeing is Believing 
  6. Which way next? 
    1. On the Right Track 
    2. The Next Step 
    3. Aligning Your Compass 
  7. Final words 
  8. References 
About the Author

Nazish S. Qazi