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USA TODAY, WASHINGTON POST, AND PUBLISHER''S WEEKLY BESTSELLER!

Jeff Goins, a brilliant new voice counting Seth Godin and Jon Acuff among his fans, explains how to abandon the status quo and live a life that matters with true passion and purpose.

The path to your life''s work is difficult and risky, even scary, which is why few finish the journey. This is a book about discovering your life''s work, that treasure of immeasurable worth we all long for. It''s about the task you were born to do.

As Jeff Goins explains, the search begins with passion but does not end there. Only when our interests connect with the needs of the world do we begin living for a larger purpose. Those who experience this intersection experience something exceptional and enviable. Though it is rare, such a life is attainable by anyone brave enough to try.

Through personal experience, compelling case studies, and current research on the mysteries of motivation and talent, Jeff shows readers how to find their vocation and what to expect along the way.

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"This is one of the most honest, direct, and generous books about you and your life that you will read this year. It took guts to write and it will take guts to read. Leap."

Seth Godin, best-selling author of What to Do When It''s Your Turn

"The Art of Work will make you think differently about what you do and how you do it. Jeff Goins is a fresh young voice in a field full of copycats. He challenges us to approach our work the way we would a canvas--both delicately and with furious discipline. People will be reading this book, and profiting from it, for a long time."
Steven Pressfield, best-selling author of The War of Art

"Today, unlike any previous time in history, we have options about the work we do and the role it plays in our lives. But it is precisely here that so many of us get stuck. With so many choices, we struggle to figure out what we really want or where to start once we do. In The Art of Work, Jeff Goins provides a clear framework for discerning our calling, developing our mastery, and maximizing our impact. This is the plan we''ve been waiting for--from a guide we can trust."
Michael Hyatt, New York Times best-selling author and former CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers

"I used to think hating your job was just a normal part of every adult''s life--that is until I discovered I could build a job I actually loved. Thank goodness for Jeff and thank goodness for this book. Here''s to not waiting one more day to find, build, and engage in work you love!"
Allison Vesterfelt, author of Packing Light

"This is the real stuff. The Art of Work is a powerful dive into what matters, how to connect with that inside yourself, and then how to bring it out into the world in a useful way. This book will push some buttons you want pushed, and from there, it will guide you toward a new level. Dig in."
Chris Brogan, New York Times best-selling author of The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth

"At times, The Art of Work felt like I was reading my diary. Jeff has such a knack for clearly articulating the thoughts we’ve all quietly wondered!”
Jon Acuff, New York Times best- selling author of Do over and Start

“How would it feel to go to work each day because you wanted to—not because you had to? In The Art of Work, Jeff Goins shows you how. This is a real-life treasure map that can lead you to the life you were meant to live.”
Chris Guillebeau, New York Times best-selling author of The Happiness of Pursuit and The $100 Startup

“Our hearts crave connection to a meaningful calling. The Art of Work shares the process for hearing that calling and then doing the work that feels like ‘slipping into an old pair of shoes.’ A must-read for anyone wanting to live a life that matters—fully alive.”
Dan Miller, New York Times best-selling author of 48 Days To The Work You Love

“The Art of Work accomplishes the next to impossible, providing clear, relevant, useful guidance on finding your calling while being enormously enjoyable to read. It is required reading for anyone who is asking, ‘What should I do with my life?’”
Pamela Slim, author of Body of Work

From the Author

"What''s happened to you is rare," my friend Mark said to me just before I made one of the most important decisions of my life--the decision to quit my job and become a full-time writer. My last day at work also happened to be my thirtieth birthday, which made it a milestone in many respects. The truth, though, is the day itself was less significant than the process it took to get there.

When asked how I got to this point, I struggle to give an intelligent answer. The experience of finding your calling can be both mysterious and practical. It takes effort but also seems to happen to you at times. What I''ve come to understand is that finding your purpose is more of a path than a plan: it involves twists and turns that you never expected. Ultimately these surprises lead you to your destiny. And once you arrive at what you thought was the destination, you realize it''s only another leg in the journey.

This book is a description of that path, as well as the steps it takes to navigate it.

Everyone, it seems, is searching for a purpose, for something to satisfy their deepest desires. I believe that "something" is a calling.

What is a calling? You will hear me use the word interchangeably with the terms vocation and life''s work, but quite simply, it is the reason you were born.

When I began working on this project, I thought I knew what the process of pursuing a dream looked like, but what I found surprised me. Discovering your calling, it turns out, isn''t quite so simple. The journey looks different for each person, but there are common themes that consistently emerge. If we look at those themes, we can identify a pattern that will help us understand our own vocations a little better.

What if what happened to me wasn''t so rare? What if everyone has a calling? That was the question that sent me on my journey. The people whose stories appear in this book, many of whom I personally interviewed, are not extraordinary, in the sense that you''ve heard their stories before.

They are not typical case studies for success, and that was intentional. In these seemingly ordinary accounts, I think we understand our own stories, which often feel far too ordinary for our liking, a little better. Some readers might be disappointed with the subjectivity of such a book. But this is the way we live our lives--not as research projects and book reports--but as anecdotes and emotions. And in each experience, we find certain truths we might otherwise miss. My hope is these stories connect with you in ways that plain facts cannot, and in reading them, you too are changed.

The Art of Work was not the book I intended to write but ended up being the one I was supposed to write. A calling is like that too, I suppose. It is the thing that you never thought would be, the twist in the plot that makes everything else come together, and somehow in the end you cannot imagine otherwise. 

Writing this book illuminated my own understanding of how purpose and vocation work together, and I hope it does the same for you.

From the Back Cover

DON''T SETTLE FOR THE STATUS QUO. LIFE A LIFE THAT MATTERS.

Life seldom unfolds the way we hope or plan. The twists, surprises, and setbacks leave us feeling stuck with no options left by to play it safe--to conform to what''s expected of us. But what if there was more to life than this?

Jeff Goins envisions a better way, a daring journey to discover your life''s work. The Art of Work recaptures the ancient understanding of vocation as more than a job, or even a career, but as a passion-fueled calling that makes each day an exciting adventure.

A calling is not some special opportunity reserved for an elite class of people. Meaningful work is available to anyone who dares to find it. The path before you is a perilous one, full of difficulty and challenges, but it leads to a legacy the world will not soon forget.

About the Author

Jeff Goins is a writer, keynote speaker, and entrepreneur with a reputation for challenging the status quo. He is the best-selling author of five books including The Art of Work and Real Artists Don''t Starve. His award-winning blog Goinswriter.com is visited by millions of people every year, and his work has been featured in the Washington Post, USA Today, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Psychology Today, Business Insider, Time, and many others. Through his online courses, events, and coaching programs, he helps thousands of creatives succeed every year. A father of two and a guacamole aficionado, Jeff lives just outside of Nashville, Tennessee. 

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An inspired and inspiring book
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2016
I unsubscribed from Jeff Goins some time ago after becoming the recipient of his tsunami of marketing emails. My mental image of him was akin to some televangelist with bad hair and pimples. Then a few days ago while on a shopping spree on Amazon I decided to buy his... See more
I unsubscribed from Jeff Goins some time ago after becoming the recipient of his tsunami of marketing emails. My mental image of him was akin to some televangelist with bad hair and pimples. Then a few days ago while on a shopping spree on Amazon I decided to buy his discounted book on a whim.
To my surprise I found myself in possession of a well thought out, written and argued book
Jeff puts a new spin on the notion of finding your calling. There are many books on this topic on the market, but The Art of Work argues that a calling is not a single or static entity, but one that evolves through a life well spent.
Standing on the threshold of reaching the age of being “officially” old, I have spent much time pondering my calling, and whether I had missed it.
With Jeff’s help I realize that my life has panned out exactly the way it was meant to, and I am now ready to tackle the next big thing that is calling me.
Thank you, Jeff, for an intelligent, inspiring and inspired book!
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I had seen Jeff Goins book promotions when it initially launched and purchased the paperback book during the "launch". As with most marketing deals like that, the bonuses are worth more than the actual deal (the book). I procrastinated for ages because I rarely have a... See more
I had seen Jeff Goins book promotions when it initially launched and purchased the paperback book during the "launch". As with most marketing deals like that, the bonuses are worth more than the actual deal (the book).
I procrastinated for ages because I rarely have a spare moment with young kids and running my business, so sitting down and reading a book on paper never happens.
I saw the ebook with Audible upgrade and decided to then buy the audio version because recently I heard another respected person recomment Goins.
In less than a week I listened to the entire book and was really impressed. Its well written in easy to digest segments and showcases how he clearly wrote parts on a daily basis. I founs myself thinking about the material after getting to my destination (usually listening during my commute).
I shared a handful of quotes #jeffgoins and #theartofwork and definitely had moments of reflection on my calling and what it means (or takes) to pursue it in new ways.
So yes, it exceeded my expectations and highly recommend.
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There are other books out there that are better written and contain much more and useful information
Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2017
This book could be summed up in about 5 pages. The majority (about 90%) is comprised of biographical examples of people who found success, which becomes redunant after the third chapter. There are other books out there that are better written and contain much more and... See more
This book could be summed up in about 5 pages. The majority (about 90%) is comprised of biographical examples of people who found success, which becomes redunant after the third chapter. There are other books out there that are better written and contain much more and useful information. You could do better watching a Ted talk. I don''t like giving bad reviews but I really found this book and title very misleading.
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I was looking for something a bit more practical and guided. This isna collection of how other people found success, with various platitudes sprinkled in.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2017
I didn’t know what to expect when I started this book. I’m already doing tons of business work and I don’t know why I took on something else.........I just know this book added to what I’ve already been experiencing. It gave me a way to look at my life in a different way.... See more
I didn’t know what to expect when I started this book. I’m already doing tons of business work and I don’t know why I took on something else.........I just know this book added to what I’ve already been experiencing. It gave me a way to look at my life in a different way. Yes, I’ve gotten off the path, life does that to ya, but I see myself in between the words on the page. I am one of the biggest portfolio people I’ve ever seen, but not all of the things I’ve done are things I should be doing, forever. But, I have learned from Jeff that it’s ok....
This book has the potential to change the course you may have been on.............read it and find out!
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A Great Life Navigation Guide for People of All Ages and Stages of Life
Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2015
One of the best books I have read about passion and purpose and the path to finding your calling. It is good for people of any age, whether you are entering the empty nest phase and need some new direction... graduating from high school or college ... a stay at home mom... See more
One of the best books I have read about passion and purpose and the path to finding your calling. It is good for people of any age, whether you are entering the empty nest phase and need some new direction... graduating from high school or college ... a stay at home mom looking for something to do in your spare moments or thinking of the future... or someone in mid-life who feels despair nearly every day because you hate your job and know you are not using any of your gifts and talents. I have read it once and am almost through my second reading trying to fully absorb it and apply it. I am also gifting it to both of my sons in their early 20''s who are trying to figure out how to make it in this uncertain world... to a friend who just turned 60... to a few college graduates and high school graduates this month and next... I would give it to anyone that is not living a life that gives them joy and fulfillment apart from just how much money they make. I would give it to someone who is just discovering their gifts and talents as well. I love the concept of a portfolio life... as that seems to be how real life is playing out and this helps you make sense of it... even if you had expected to find a job after college and work there until retirement... this gives you a new life navigation tool. So happy I came upon it !
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Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2015
I first discovered Jeff Goins from the app coach.me (formerly lift) when he hosted a #500 word every day challenge. I looked into his website and recommended his blog course for my wife. Only recently have I read his book and started the Art of Work Mastermind course for... See more
I first discovered Jeff Goins from the app coach.me (formerly lift) when he hosted a #500 word every day challenge. I looked into his website and recommended his blog course for my wife. Only recently have I read his book and started the Art of Work Mastermind course for myself and I''m wondering why I waited so long. About a year ago I began a painful process of realizing that all that I had studied, trained, spent long hours and hardships for was no longer satisfying and I kept thinking that there has to be more to life. His book has been as much instructive as it has been confirmative for me.

One normally receives this type of validation and confirmation in the confines of a relationship with someone, but Jeff is able to write a book for the masses in a conversational style like we are simply having coffee together and catching up and is able to provide that elusive validation through print. Validation through the written word alone would be worth getting the book.

Jeff brings you on a journey with him and along the way meeting interesting people whose own stories clearly elucidate his points. This journey has unexpected twists and turns that while surprising also fit in the journey. By the end of the book, you have taken a tour around the world, met unique and interesting people, become friends with Jeff, and learned more about who you are as a person and what you want out of life.

This book is part philosophy, part atlas, and part trailblazing. It is difficult to put this book into one niche or one hole, it simply doesn''t fit. You will be changed by the end of the book in ways you didn''t expect. You will discover something about yourself that you did not know before you picked the book up.

For me, this book is validation that I am moving in the right direction. This book is and will be an inspiration to keep going when it gets hard and to push through those parts because the best is just around the bend.

The book is easy to read, flows seamlessly from chapter to chapter and is written well. It is a very quick read and most could read it in a weekend. It is one that you will want to keep, dog ear pages, re-read parts or the whole later on. It is informative, transformative and a simple joy to read. I cannot recommend this book enough to anyone. This would make a great gift as well.
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Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2017
One third of the way in and I''m loving this book. There''s a lot to process, but Jeff does a great job of hitting the main points in our "process," supporting them with stories and personal anecdotes. He''s a great writer and I find this book to be very personable.... See more
One third of the way in and I''m loving this book. There''s a lot to process, but Jeff does a great job of hitting the main points in our "process," supporting them with stories and personal anecdotes. He''s a great writer and I find this book to be very personable. It''s a good challenge, especially when read at the right season in life. I highly encourage readers to accompany the book with some journaling to get the most out of your experience.
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Hannah Braime
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Beautiful & inspiring: a must-read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 15, 2015
This is a beautifully-written book that redefines the "finding your purpose" sub-genre. At its essence, it''s a book about self-ownership and living a more conscious, and therefore fulfilling, life. Jeff combines moving real-life stories with a fluff-free framework...See more
This is a beautifully-written book that redefines the "finding your purpose" sub-genre. At its essence, it''s a book about self-ownership and living a more conscious, and therefore fulfilling, life. Jeff combines moving real-life stories with a fluff-free framework that encourage us to wake up and realise that a calling isn''t something we just find, it''s something we create. It''s not an easy journey, it''s rarely a clear journey, but it is available to all of us who are willing to see where the path ahead leads. A great book for anyone who wants a deeper sense of meaning and purpose in their lives, and for people who are already doing "their" work and want guidance and a hefty dose of inspiration.
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It reads like a breathless gust of inspiration in the cadence of the words and the depth of their meaning.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 2, 2016
A comforting and spiritual read that will allow writers to take courage in their future and unravel the past that they had before finding their way back to writing. Although it is organised thoughtfully, it reads like a breathless gust of inspiration in the cadence of the...See more
A comforting and spiritual read that will allow writers to take courage in their future and unravel the past that they had before finding their way back to writing. Although it is organised thoughtfully, it reads like a breathless gust of inspiration in the cadence of the words and the depth of their meaning. I found the courage to publish this after reading Goins'' work.Snugville Street: The Sun Reaps What the Rain Has Sown
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 24, 2015
The topic of the book is important to me and I found out about it when there was a special offer of getting the ''Art of Work'' workbook when I bought this Kindle book. Together, these resources help see your life with a slightly different angle (the bigger picture and where...See more
The topic of the book is important to me and I found out about it when there was a special offer of getting the ''Art of Work'' workbook when I bought this Kindle book. Together, these resources help see your life with a slightly different angle (the bigger picture and where you fit in it). Filled with statements that are common sense or learned from experience, but thought-provoking when applied to one''s calling. Jeff Goins also helps identify certain pitfalls for the reader to avoid, certain of which anyone reading this book would find very tempting! With searching questions that help relate to YOU and many other helpful tips, the author really tries (and succeeds) to add value to the life of the reader.
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A treasury
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A book which is a treasury of lessons to use in life. What an ingenious writer Jeff Goins is in this generation. I am glad I got this book at last. I recommend his books to anyone trying to figure their calling in life.
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This book has been thought provoking and really quite inspiring. It has encouraged me to be more reflective about my past and my future at the same time. Whilst I cannot say I have now found my calling, this book has started some very important steps in finding it. Good...See more
This book has been thought provoking and really quite inspiring. It has encouraged me to be more reflective about my past and my future at the same time. Whilst I cannot say I have now found my calling, this book has started some very important steps in finding it. Good stuff.
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Finding your purpose is more of a path than a plan: it involves twists and turns that you never expected. Ultimately these surprises lead you to your destiny. And once you arrive at what you thought was the destination, you realize it’s only another leg in the journey. This book is a description of that path, as well as the steps it takes to navigate it. It’s the way of master craftsmen and artisans, a centuries-old road that requires both perseverance and dedication—the narrow path that few find. Discovering your calling, it turns out, isn’t so simple. If you’re feeling stuck in life, The Art of Work is the roadmap you need to discern, embrace, and master your calling to build a body of work you can be proud of.

AUTHOR BIO

Jeff Goins is a writer, speaker, and entrepreneur. He is the best-selling author of five books, including The Art of Work and Real Artists Don’t Starve. His award-winning blog Goinswriter.com is visited by millions of people every year, and his work has been featured in the Washington Post, USA Today, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Psychology Today, Business Insider, The Huffington Post, Time, and hundreds of other publications. Through his online courses, events, and coaching programs, he helps thousands of creatives succeed every year. Jeff lives just outside of Nashville, where he makes the world’s best guacamole.

Follow the seven stages of calling to discover your life’s work.

Understand how accidental apprenticeships differ from mentoring and why taking action is key.

Learn how believing The Myth of the Leap can prevent you from achieving your dreams.

Discover how living The Portfolio Life can lead to your greatest satisfaction and best work.

Steven Pressfield—best-selling author of The War of Art

The Art of Work will make you think differently about what you do and how you do it. Jeff Goins is a fresh young voice in a field full of copycats. He challenges us to approach our work the way we would a canvas—both delicately and with furious discipline. People will be reading this book, and profiting from it, for a long time.”

Seth Godin—best-selling author of What to Do When It’s Your Turn

“This is one of the most honest, direct, and generous books about you and your life that you will read this year. It took guts to write and it will take guts to read. Leap.”

Michael Hyatt—New York Times best-selling author and former CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers

“Today, unlike any previous time in history, we have options about the work we do and the role it plays in our lives. But it is precisely here that so many of us get stuck. With so many choices, we struggle to figure out what we really want or where to start once we do. In The Art of Work, Jeff Goins provides a clear framework for discerning our calling, developing our mastery, and

maximizing our impact. This is the plan we’ve been waiting for—from a guide we can trust.”

Chris Brogan—New York Times best-selling author of The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth

“This is the real stuff. The Art of Work is a powerful dive into what matters, how to connect with that inside yourself, and then how to bring it out into the world in a useful way. This book will push some buttons you want pushed, and from there, it will guide you toward a new level. Dig in.”

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