One Person/Multiple Careers by Marci Alboher
A New Model for Work/Life Success

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Are you a "slash"? With technology giving us the ability to work from anywhere and the nine-to-five grind becoming a thing of the past, more and more people are building careers filled with slashes.
From lawyer/chefs to police officer/personal trainers to mom/CEOs, these creative thinkers have discovered the antidote to boredom, burnout, job insecurity, and many other workplace woes. Filled with the stories of scores of those who have achieved financial and career success with "The Slash Effect," ONE PERSON/MULTIPLE CAREERS will show you how to: Balance multiple careers without feeling overworked, and still have time for friends and family Prepare a résumé, bio, or Web site that best presents your unique and varied talents Use your current career to help you cultivate slashes Negotiate a customized work arrangement with employers.
 

About Marci Alboher

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Marci Alboher is an author/speaker/coach. She became interested in career reinventions when she left the practice of law to become a freelance journalist. Marci is now a regular contributor to the New York Times, a sought-after speaker, and a coach to aspiring writers and professionals in transition.
 
Published February 23, 2007 by Business Plus. 272 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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For those already slashing through multifaceted professional lives, Alboher's collection of profiles of people juggling multiple roles may offer the comfort of knowing others are doing the same

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My slashes include: software sales / international business traveler / real estate investor / landlord / blogger.

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