For the audience that made Po Bronson’s What Should I Do with My Life? comes this practical and inspirational guide to finding the perfect career.
Millions of people feel trapped, bored, depressed, and unfulfilled in their current jobs. But they stay because they think “you’re not supposed to like your job” and buy into the misconception that the more money they earn, the happier they will become. This book helps readers reexamine their lives and recognize what is truly important to them. Clark’s message is that everyone has a true vocation or calling and those who follow theirs are happiest in their life and work. Fun to read, John Clark illustrates his important, life-changing messages with Dilbert, Calvin and Hobbes, and other amusing cartoons and terrific side-bars with quotes from Woody Allen to Franklin Delano Roosevelt. THE MONEY IS THE GRAVY is an invaluable guidebook for anyone who finds themselves in their office thinking “there’s got to be more to life than this.”