Book Review: Real Success Without a Real Job

Written by on January 6, 2010 in Books, Reviews

Real Success without a Real JobErnie Zelinski, Real Success Without a Real Job, Ten Speed Press, Berkeley, CA, 2006

It is possible to make money doing what you love; millions have done it before you! If you dream about a life full of fun and freedom, a more relaxed work environment, pursuing your passions, or living extraordinarily, then an ‘unreal job’ with your own ‘unconventional business’ is right for you. However, if having health insurance and a retirement plan are more important to you than the personal freedom to spend your time as you please (with friends, at the beach, etc), then the path to self-employment will be slower, or just not appropriate.

Rather than a guide to help you plan your way to your dream life, Real Success without a Real Job guides you through the first step—coming to deeply believe that such a life is even possible. Robert Sharma was an overworked but highly paid litigation lawyer who successfully leapt into his dream job as a writer and professional speaker.

David Bach was once the butt of jokes at the investment firm. Since leaving the firm in order to implement his unorthodox ideas he has become a financial guru. No matter your field of interest, or phase of life, Ernie Zelinski’s success principles will help you find and tap into your unique well of creativity as you redefine ‘career’ and ‘life success’ on your road to happiness.

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