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How to Get Paid and Love What You Do

Dustin Peterson


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What if you could wake up every morning and get paid to be you; paid to simply be who you are and anything else is icing on the cake?

This would be a low-risk, high-reward way to live...and it's within your reach.

RESET is the road map to get you there. It's a fresh look at answering the question "what should I do with my life?" and the most straight-forward game plan for figuring out how to do your best work and get paid to be you.

What is a reset? It's an opportunity to change your current trajectory and do more of what you love, whether that means leaving your current job or doing what you do best right where you are. The key to a reset is self-knowledge -- you have to know who you are, which comes down to three essential elements: your values, talents, and ideal environments.

Once you've become clear about who you are, this self-knowledge becomes a lens through which you can explore options to identify the ones that are most likely to pay you for being yourself.

After reading this book, you'll be able to:
  • Recognize the myths that might be halting your progress
  • Learn a new way to find your best-fit career
  • Identify the three foundations of any fulfilling career
  • Define success and plan for how to achieve it
  • Fight fear and take the first steps toward getting paid to do what you love
Reset was developed from hundreds of coaching conversations over a six-year period with the intent of giving people a structure and plan for taking control of their career and doing more of what they love.

You'll feel a renewed sense of energy for your career and maximize your greatest asset-you.

Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 9781502392114, 198pp.

Publication Date: March 5, 2015

About the Author

Dustin Peterson is an author, leadership trainer, and career coach who has helped dozens of companies and thousands of individuals do more of what they do best. He especially enjoys helping people figure out their best-fit career and get into it, and spits serious game on the topic at Dustin lives in Houston with his wife, Samye, and four kids.