This is the ultimate guide book for those entering the working world. Who Let Me Adult? covers the topics that the education system didn’t teach you – such as the low-down on how to get the right job, how to make and grow your money, and how to find happiness. Sections include:
- Finding a Sense of Purpose
- Accumulating Financial Wealth
- Targeting Career Success
Dave Colley, chartered accountant, lean change and transformation agent, entrepreneur, and life coach, has had a number of “Why didn’t they teach me that?” moments since leaving the education system and has since made it his mission to help young adults learn everything he wishes someone had told him when he was starting out in the career world.
In this one concise book, Dave takes you step by step on how you can have it all. Dave was highly successful in his career being in the top rankings year after year, yet after having worked in the corporate world for almost a decade, he still felt that he was drifting through life with a lack of purpose. Life was happening to him. Deciding to do something about it, he began a journey of exploring new concepts, seeking to discover real-world, practical ideas.
Dave continues to pursue personal growth and development. As he uncovers important concepts that alter his life, he makes a conscious decision to share what he has discovered with others – by encouraging those around him with his example and guidance and communicating with a worldwide audience through his blog, Reaching Aspiration. Instead of working for 50 years only to end up with a miserable retirement, Dave encourages you to take the time to become educated and informed in order to make better decisions now, to reduce the stress that often comes when dealing with topics you may be unsure or anxious about.
These ideas can be game changers to your life’s success and happiness, and by providing them to you, Dave offers you a challenge to share in his daily mantra:
Today, I choose happiness. To be alive is grand.
I am excited about everything, as it is all in my control. What is not, is of no concern to me.
I have ten thousand lives to change. I am focused and will succeed.
Life is short. Let’s do this.