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The Resource Invisibles : the power of anonymous work in an age of relentless self-promotion, David Zweig

Invisibles : the power of anonymous work in an age of relentless self-promotion, David Zweig

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Invisibles : the power of anonymous work in an age of relentless self-promotion
Title
Invisibles
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the power of anonymous work in an age of relentless self-promotion
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David Zweig
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Language
eng
Summary
"An inspiring look at the hidden stars who perform essential work without recognition. Expanding from his acclaimed Atlantic article, "What Do Fact-Checkers and Anesthesiologists Have in Common?" David Zweig explores what we can all learn from a modest group he calls "Invisibles." Their careers require expertise, skill, and dedication, yet they receive little or no public credit. And that's just fine with them. Zweig met with a wide range of Invisibles to discover first hand what motivates them and how they define success and satisfaction. His fascinating subjects include... - a virtuoso cinematographer for major films. - the lead engineer on some of the world's tallest skyscrapers. - a high-end perfume maker. - an elite interpreter at the United Nations"--
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Zweig, David
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Career development
  • Self-realization
  • Success
  • Motivation (Psychology)
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Invisibles : the power of anonymous work in an age of relentless self-promotion, David Zweig
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-242) and index
Control code
2014004250
Extent
248 p.
Isbn
9781591846345
Lccn
2014004250
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Invisibles : the power of anonymous work in an age of relentless self-promotion, David Zweig
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-242) and index
Control code
2014004250
Extent
248 p.
Isbn
9781591846345
Lccn
2014004250

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