Find your Way to Feel-good Work

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Rousing, bullsh*t-free advice for aspiring career changers

What is a careergasm? Does it feel as good as it sounds?

You bet your ass it does. A Careergasm happens when your work feels good. Really good. Like a groovin' Marvin Gaye song. Like you and your work belong together, and you can't help coming back for more.

But how do you get your mojo back when you're in a passionless relationship with your job? In Careergasm , Sarah Vermunt leads the way. This playful, empowering book for wannabe career changers is a rally cry, a shot of courage, and a road map charting the course to meaningful work. Filled with real stories about brave people making great stuff happen, this how-to book will help you step out of your career rut and into action. It is written with love and punctuated with laughter. The snorting kind. And the occasional F-bomb. It's a warm hug and a kick in the ass delivered by a straight-talking spitfire who walks the talk and has hundreds of thousands of people sharing her work online. It's time to feel good again.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : ECW Press, [2017]
ISBN: 9781770413719
Branch Call Number: 650.14 VER
Characteristics: 271 pages ; 19 cm
Alternative Title: Find your way to feel-good work


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Oct 12, 2017

Time wasting garbage.

May 18, 2017

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After the disappointment of Neil Pasricha’s The Happiness Equation, I did not have high hopes for another entry into the self-help genre.

Sarah Vermunt, career coach and founder of, kicked those doubts to the curb. Dispelling doubts is something Vermunt is intimately familiar with. It makes up half of her day job: convincing you that yes, you can and yes, you will and yes, it’s okay to go after the kind of career you actually enjoy and no, that doesn’t mean you’re going to “live in a van down by the river.”

Careergasm: Find Your Way to Feel-Good Work takes a conversational tone that doesn’t indulge readers in their excuses. Instead, Vermunt puts a swift (but kind, if you can imagine) kick in your ass to get you moving. She acknowledges your fears, engages with them, confirms them, and then says “but you can deal with it and here’s how.”It’s utterly refreshing to read through a self-help book that claims to offer “bullsh*t-free advice” and then actually does.

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