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The Best Job In The World

Author : Ben Southall
language : en
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date : 2014-09-17

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The true story of the man with the Best Job in the World The Best Job in the World is the story of how following your passions can lead to life-changing opportunities. Adventurer Ben Southall shares his experiences and lessons learned as the winner of the inaugural Tourism Queensland's Best Job in the World campaign, and reveals how this has led to ongoing opportunities since. Part autobiography, part insight into the power of a unique marketing campaign, this book follows Ben's journey—from leaving the UK on his own expedition around Africa to his new role as caretaker of Hamilton Island on the Great Barrier Reef. You'll learn about the skills and experiences that shaped Ben's path, together with the inevitable pitfalls that he faced along the way to living his dream. The sole winner of the Best Job in the World campaign, Ben's perspective is a unique one to share the serious challenges that arose from being catapulted into a high profile job in an idyllic location. Humorous and poignant, the story is as much holistic life guide as travel guide, providing a motivational and inspirational tale that may just be the push you need to: Get inspired—see the opportunities around you and grab them with both hands Embrace the unknown, overcome life's obstacles and challenge expectations Live out your dreams and be your authentic self Climb out of the rut and take part in the world around you In The Best Job in the World, Ben Southall answers the questions everyone is asking: "What is it like? Is it really the best job in the world?" You'll learn how to transform your interests and passions into a flexible, long-term career, and how following the road less travelled can lead to living your best life. If you're dissatisfied, stuck in a rut or merely curious, The Best Job in the World is a must-read tale of aspiration, inspiration and motivation.

The Best Job In The World

Author : Vic Goddard
language : en
Publisher: Crown House Publishing
Release Date : 2014-01-31

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It is hard to imagine how one decision to make a TV series would lead to this. Vic Goddard says, "As much as I have been uncomfortable at times through the last two years it is hard to be anything other than thankful that we did it. The school has grown stronger and even closer, the students have had some great opportunities and I have been lucky to learn so much and meet some amazing people." "I really do love my job, who wouldn't? I get to work with committed professionals, for the most amazing energy givers in the world - my great young people at Passmores Academy and to be part of a community that strives to continually improve itself. I want my book to encourage teachers at all stages of their careers, and those considering entering the profession, to at least consider being a Headteacher. Day after day we hear and read about the pressures of being a Headteacher but we really don't hear enough about the pure joy of it. "The journey from trainee/NQT to head can seem to be a long and often treacherous road, with many reasons to not travel it. I want to show you that it can be done (for those who know me well they are saying 'if Vic can do it anyone can!') and it can be done without losing your own passion and moral purpose." "I want to share with you the pitfalls that I fell into in the hope that you can avoid them and share the amazing influences and experiences I have picked up on the way." Need we say more?

The Second Best Job In The World

Author : Julian Mather
language : en
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
Release Date : 2017-01-01

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Take an entertaining and occasionally terrifying ride alongside likeable ABC TV camerman, Julian Mather and share some adventures from his 25 years on the job. Wry humour infuses this beautifully written book. For as long as he could remember Julian Mather wanted to be a photojournalist. then he got side-tracked. And while military sniper seemed like a good idea at the time, he found the telescopic sights of his rifle were starting to look more and more like a movie camera, and so he fell in love with film-making. It wasn't quite photojournalism but it was better than killing people. Shooting people with a camera was more, well, fun. And of course, life as an ABC tV cameraman was less life-threatening -- wasn't it? From filming explosions in Los Alamos, to harrowing car journeys in Kosovo, from performing magic tricks for kids to hanging from helicopters with his camera on his shoulder, Julian goes from one exciting and perilous adventure to another. And then there's the people he meets along the way: care workers and strippers, refugees and nuclear scientists, and the many strange and wonderful character he works with, both in the outback and the corridors of that great national institution, the ABC. It's a bloody great job, even if it is the second best job in the world. tHE SECOND BESt JOB IN tHE WORLD is a funny and entertaining look at the life of an extremely likeable tV cameraman who really has been everywhere, and done everything.

The Best Job In The World The Pepsico Walkers Crisp Marketing Case Study

Author :
language : en
Publisher: Compton House Publishing Ltd
Release Date : 2005

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In this digital video book, PepsiCo UK and Ireland President Matin Glenn charts the meteoric rise of Walkers crisps to Britain's number one FMCG brand, providing insights into innovation, 360° brand communications, managing high-performance teams and how to remain a market leader in today's crowded FMCG market.

1st Timothy Bible Study The Best Job In The World

Author : Kathleen Dalton
language : en
Release Date : 2018-04-05

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Paul knows some of the challenges Timothy is going to face as he pastors the church in Ephesus, and he is writing to encourage Timothy, but not to feel sorry for him. Timothy has the unparalleled privilege of shepherding a group of believers in Jesus Christ. He's a Pastor - he has the best job in the world! But he is probably going to suffer, as Paul himself suffered. In fact, before Paul left Timothy at Ephesus there had been a city-wide riot because Paul was teaching the truth and growing the Ephesian church. (Acts 19:21-41). That is the situation Paul left with Timothy. As we talk through 1st Timothy together, don't forget: this is not a letter to shore up someone who is about ready to give up and throw in the towel. Not at all. This is just a little helping hand from an experienced Pastor to one who is beginning.

What Teachers Make

Author : Taylor Mali
language : en
Publisher: Penguin
Release Date : 2012-03-29

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In praise of the greatest job in the world... The right book at the right time: an impassioned defense of teachers and why we need them now more than ever. Teacher turned teacher’s advocate Taylor Mali inspired millions with his original poem “What Teachers Make,” a passionate and unforgettable response to a rich man at a dinner party who sneeringly asked him what teachers make. Mali’s sharp, funny, perceptive look at life in the classroom pays tribute to the joys of teaching…and explains why teachers are so vital to our society. What Teachers Make is a book that will be treasured and shared by every teacher in America—and everybody who’s ever loved or learned from one.

The Coming Jobs War

Author : Jim Clifton
language : en
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2013-09-16

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Definitive leadership strategy for fixing the American economy, drawn from Gallup’s unmatched global polling and written by the company’s chairman. What everyone in the world wants is a good job. “This is one of the most important discoveries Gallup has ever made,” says the company’s Chairman, Jim Clifton. In The Coming Jobs War, Clifton makes the bold assertion that job creation and successful entrepreneurship are the world’s most pressing issues right now, outpacing runaway government spending, environmental degradation and even the threat of global terrorism. The book is grounded in findings from Gallup’s World Poll, which reveals the implications of the jobs war on everything from economics to foreign policy to nothing less than America’s moral authority in the world. And it offers a prescription for attacking the jobs issue head-on. Clifton argues that the solution to creating good jobs must be found in cities, not in the federal government. Promoting entrepreneurship and job creation must be the sole mission and purpose of cities’ business leaders, government officials and philanthropists. Clifton says that the next big breakthrough will come from the combination of the forces within big cities, great universities and powerful local leaders. Their combined effect is the most reliable, controllable and predictable solution to America’s biggest problem. Strong leadership teams and a natural order are already in place within cities — in governments and local business and philanthropic entities, with caring leaders working on initiatives to fuel local economic growth and to create good jobs. The feat these leaders have to pull off is doubling their entrepreneurial energy by aligning their local forces: local tribal leaders, super mentors and universities. Winning the jobs war will require all hands on deck, and failure is not an option, especially for the United States, which has been the global leader in promoting freedom and entrepreneurship. America’s place in the world is at stake, and there are other countries poised to surpass a sputtering U.S. economy that is currently growing at only 2% annually. The biggest threat? China, with a GDP that is increasing at nearly 10% annually — a pace that will make it the world’s leading and most influential economy within the next 30 years. While the statistics are dire, Clifton remains optimistic about America’s ability to win the jobs war because America has been here before. “The Greatest Generation saved America by beating the Japanese and Germans at [World War II]. The Baby Boomers saved America a second time by beating the same foes, Japan and Germany, in an economic war that determined the leadership of the free world, again,” he says. The Coming Jobs War offers a clear, brutally honest look at America’s biggest problem and a cogent prescription for solving it.