A practical and realistic guide to help you find passion in your career.
What could be better than waking up every morning and looking forward to going to work? After all, most people spend the majority of their lives at work, and recent statistics reveal that four out of five people are “unhappy” in their current jobs. This is an epidemic J.P. Hansen calls The Whine Flu. The Bliss List is the cure. On a spiritual, conceptual, and practical level, The Bliss List will: • help you discover what makes you happy • help you identify skills you have and those you need to gain to achieve your goals • guide you through the important process of building a great résumé • provide actual interview questions—including off-the-wall ones—and offer the answers that nailed job offers • help you decide whether or not to accept a particular job offer when it comes along— even if you think you must take it because you need the money
J.P. Hansen is an award-winning, bestselling author, professional speaker, and life coach. In addition, he is CEO of an executive search company, and for the past twenty years, he has helped thousands of people find their dream jobs. Prior to founding his own business, he was the youngest vice president of sales & marketing at a Fortune 30 company (ConAgra) and a self-made millionaire at a young age. Previously, he successfully ascended the corporate ladders at blue-chip companies Nestle, SC Johnson Wax, and Bristol-Myers Squibb. He graduated from Boston College with a BA in English and an area of concentration in Economics. J.P. has appeared live as a "career expert," reaching over 15,000,000 people through print, radio, and TV interviews on the following (which can be seen/read at his website: www.YourBlissList.com): - Fox News - Daytime TV (nationally syndicated to 106 major U.S. markets) - CBS-Atlanta "Evening News" - ABC-Charleston "Low Country Live" - CBS-Savannah "Best Morning Ever" - FOX-Denver "Good Day Colorado" - CBS-Omaha "The Morning Blend" - The L.A. Times full feature - FoxBusiness.com (Eight times) - CNN.com - Fortune - CareerBuilder - AOL - Omaha Magazine feature, dubbed J.P., "The Ambassador of Bliss" - Over 65 radio stations in the Top 35 U.S. Markets