About the Author

Mark Albion

Mark Albion is a social entrepreneur. He has cofounded six start-ups, including Net Impact (formerly called Students for Responsible Business), is the creator of the Making a Life Worldwide newsletter, and wrote the New York Times bestseller Making a Life, Making a Living. In...

Customer Reviews for Finding Work That Matters

By Mary M
Date Added: Wednesday 2 January 2013
This audio- book proved remarkably helpful at this
time in life. I discovered I am doing " work that matters". I answered the recommended questions and surprising to me, I am doing what matters. Who
would think that being a house-keeper was work that
would matter, well it does and I needed to hear that.
I feel into the work by default, having been a landscaper for 30 years, then do to a divorce, the economy etc. I started house-keeping high end houses, you know the Mc Mansions. It does come naturally to me. All the houses are wonderful as are the people who live in them, and it is great exercise. I couldn't ask for much more.
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By Prof.Tomasz SLUSZKIEWICZ
Date Added: Saturday 7 July 2012
We, the people and the result of evolution after Big Bang, after Explosion of Super Nova since 4,5 Bilions years are now Homo Sapiens. Across the walls, beyond the blu sky and beyond the Milky Way we come back in a jiffy to the common roots.The matter of integral is the performing of "Key". The "Key to Oneness" is your start module to each development practice. See: ABabeloeno.wordpress.com. We create now the next tier after Sapiens to HOMO EVOLUTIS. Take part.
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By Alice
Date Added: Monday 9 July 2012
I didn't make it all the way through the audiobook. There's nothing new here, nothing concrete to work with and way too many quotes from prominent business people, which make it a pretty tiresome experience.

I think a better source for this information is Nelson Bolles "What Color is Your Parachute."

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By Don't bother
Date Added: Friday 8 April 2011
Nothing here you couldn't get from your friends or parents. Basically a feel good speech encouraging you to follow values centered work over the naked pursuit of money. Skip this one. The review system would not let me give it zero stars, but essentially that is what I would give it as I don't recommend it.
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By James Anglewicz
Date Added: Sunday 3 April 2011
This program covers a lot of common sense ideas. It might be good for someone in high school or college, but I got much more out of Rick Jarrow's programs
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