Do you agree that the RIGHT time to have the RIGHT career recipe is before you start cooking-up a new career?
The organic ingredient to transform is awaiting you inside this rich book!
Authored by Mr. Mark McCurdy
Strategic Volunteering: 50 Ingredients to Transform Your Life and Career is a book that redefines volunteer work and how it can help you and your career move to the next level. In thoughtful and insightful language, author Mark McCurdy reveals ways anyone can serve as an “irreplaceable resource” as a volunteer. You will learn new strategies and perspectives in volunteering, such as how to free yourself from your fears, how to develop your leadership and how to help move yourself forward after a mistake. With supportive suggestions, Mark McCurdy reveals ways that volunteering is key to personal development and will make your life and career more fulfilled and meaningful at the same time that you are helping others.
ForeWord Clarion Review
Five Stars (out of five starts)
McCurdy wastes neither time nor words to make his point; his fifty reasons to volunteer are presented in brief paragraphs that strike at the heart of the subject. Readers soon learn that, while strategic volunteering may accelerate one’s social impact and increase one’s value to potential employers, it is not just about one’s work life. McCurdy gives as the first reason to volunteer: “To bring more joy into your life,” and presents a well-balanced discussion of how not only one’s career, but one’s health, happiness, personal relationships, creativity, and sense of meaning and efficacy in the world are all enhanced by volunteering.
The author entertains, encourages, and inspires while imparting valuable advice and a new perspective on the larger benefits of volunteering. Anyone who is considering serving as a volunteer would do well to read this short, to-the-point book that shows exactly how strategic volunteering can advance one’s career and enrich one’s life while making a real difference in the world.
About the Author:
Mark McCurdy, PHR is a frequent speaker, trainer, career coach and expert in human capital for the nonprofit and social impact space. Mark speaks to colleges and career transitioners on strategies to accelerate one’s social impact career. He has developed the Social Impact Compass to help individuals find their true calling. Mark lives with his family in Massachusetts.