Cocobarahorse's review of: I Could Do Anything if I Only Knew What It Was: How to Discover What You Really Want and How to Get It
Barbara Sher knows her own mind. She introduces her theory of how uncertainty of our careers starts as if there is no other possibility. Though it is an adequate theory, I disagree that that is the only option or that it is always the single option. I think it depends more from person to person on personal experiences and so forth.
I think the title of the book was also a bit misleading to me. I was struggling at the time to figure out what I wanted to be doing with my life - whether I was really in the right field for me and if not where to go from there. The title suggested to me that she could somehow make suggestions on finding out what my "dream job" could be. Instead, she asks ME what my "dream job" is - a question I don't know how to answer. The rest of the book is based off of this "dream job" that is not yet existent to me.
If you are looking to reach a ream job that is already in your head, this is a good book for you. However, if you are looking for help in finding answers, find something else. A good book, but not right for me.