Six Words About Work
The latest installment of the bestselling Six-Word Memoir® series, SIX WORDS ABOUT WORK, offers more than 400 passionate ways at looking at work today. Created by SMITH Magazine and the consulting firm, Mercer, SIX WORDS ABOUT WORK is a perfect stocking stuffer, sixth night of Hanukkah treat, or gift for any graduate trying to make sense of the vast world of work. Packed with inspirational quotes on why people do what they do, tips and tricks to navigate the work life, and lessons learned along the way, SIX WORDS ABOUT WORK will inspire and delight readers of all passions and professions—six words at a time.
SMITH Magazine (smithmag.net) and SMITH Teens (smithteens.com) are the homes of the Six-Word Memoir® project, a bestselling five-book series, board game, calendar, live event series, and global phenomenon. SMITH founder, Larry Smith, has spoken on the power of personal storytelling, how to engage an audience, and the way he made a simple idea spread quickly at PopTech, the AARP 50+ Convention, and the GEL Conference. His presentation at the 2011 SXSW Interactive Festival, “How to Create an Internet Phenomenon for Peanuts,” was called “Most Inspirational” by KQED Radio. He’s spoken and led workshops at companies such as ESPN, Dell, Shutterfly, Morgan Stanley, Google, as well as at foundations, nonprofits, and schools across the country. For more on Larry Smith's speaking and "Six@Work" team building program, visit http://smithmag.net/larrysmith.