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Highlighting Useful Resources

Complimenting the services of Sue Cullen & Associates is a selection of books that can provide you with additional insight in the areas of personal growth and team development.

For a complete list of Sue’s recommended resources on the above topics as well as information on career enhancement, job searching, facing life transitions, resume writing, networking and much more, please contact us to request the list be emailed or faxed to you.


(Updated annually) and its companion website www.jobhuntersbible.com

• Bolles, Richard N. The Three Boxes of Life and How to Get Out of
Them. Ten Speed Press, 1981.
• Beck, Martha. Finding Your Own North Star. Three Rivers Press, 2001
• Bronson, Po. What Should I Do with My Life?. Random House, 2002.
Facing transitions:
• Buford, Bob. Half Time: Changing Your Game Plan from Success to
Significance. Zondervan Publishing, 1994
• Hyatt, Carole and Gottlieb, Linda. When Smart People Fail. Penguin
Books, 1988.
• Pederson, Rena. What’s Next: Women Redefining Their Dreams in the
Prime of Life. Perigee Books, 2001.
Improving your team:
• Lundin, Stephen C., Christensen, John and Paul, Harry. Fish! A
Remarkable Way to Boost Morale and Improve Performance. Hyperion Press, 2000.
• Nelson, Bob. 1001 Ways to Reward Employees. Workman Publishing,1993.
• Nelson, Bob. 1001 Ways to Energize Employees. Workman
Publishing, 1997.

College Students
(These make great high school graduation gifts!):

• Carter, Carol. Majoring in the Rest of your Life. Noonday Press, 1990.
• Combs, Patrick. Major in Success. Ten Speed Press, 2000.


Copyright Sue Cullen & Associates, 2003

Finding your mission in life:
• Bolles, Richard N. What Color Is Your Parachute?. Ten Speed Press