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Geoffery Bellman is another author concentrating his work in the field of business. H has some very interesting things to say to anyone who is a student of business. His most noted work is Getting Things Done When You Are Not in Charge. The book received favorable reviews at Amazon.com and would be helpful to anyone needing to understand navigating the business hierarchy, and the personal agendas inherent in it. Learning to influence decision making processes when you are not the decision maker can be a key component of career satisfaction and advancement. Understanding the headset of decision makers and working within the dynamics of a corporate culture can provide new insights into all your relationships.
Mr. Bellman has also authored The Consultant’s Calling: Bringing Who You Are to What You Do, New and Revised. Since consulting is often a great secondary income for many of you working as information brokers from home, learning how to become more effective could only increase your bottom line. And, for those of you who see professional consulting in your field of expertise as a viable self-employment income, or for those of you that are retiring and considering consulting as a part-time endeavor, this book would be a fair addition to your library. It received mixed reviews on Amazon.com.
Finally, Geoffery Bellman wrote a very interesting book on career paths that explores the decisions and psychology of the choices we make for life work. This book is titled Your Signature Path: Gaining New Perspectives on Life and Work. This title also received mixed reviews on Amazon.com.