It’s one of the coolest books on careers I’ve ever read…
And, it’s done in manga (edgy Japanese comic style), which means, if you give it to someone graduating high school or college this year…they might actually read it.
New York Times Bestselling author, Dan Pink, hooked up with rising manga start, Rob Ten Pas, to create a short, hip, relevant, modern book on career advice, called The Adventures Of Johnny Bunko: The Last Career Guide You’ll Ever Need.
The book contains 6 lessons most people don’t discover until they’re in their late 30s or 40s, wondering what happened to their lives.
Each lesson unfolds as the main character, Johnny Bunko, begins to wake up to the fact that the job advice and choices he’s made might just have been based on a lot of bad information.
The style is so fast and engaging, you can breeze through the book in the blink of an eye and, being a career renegade, the messages and lessons really resonate with me.
If you’re looking for detailed career-planning and step-by-step instructions, this isn’t the book for you. But, if you are looking to discover a set of fundamental principles to wake up your working life, guide your future career path and big-pictures decisions, this book is a winner.
Plus, it boasts a seriously fun book trailer in manga.
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