Finding Your Way: uncover your path to a better job

Finding Your Way is a process anyone can use to identify the best career choice by "mining" data that is right in front of them, everyday. A "must-have" for anyone who dreads going into work each week, this tool is dedicated to everyone who thinks "there must be a better way!". There is, and it begins with this simple book and your decision to uncover a better way - your way. More

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About Rebecca Harmon

I am a healthcare professional, educator, writer, US Navy veteran, mother and grandmother. I live in Pittsburgh, PA and I'm never without a small posse of rescued pets.

I spent my earliest working years with my sister and parents as we traveled juried craft shows where our artist/glassblower father enchanted crowds with demonstrations in hot glass and our mother expertly narrated the demonstrations telling stories about the origins of glass and then selling the unique pieces of art. Providing breaks and the occasional time off for my mother, I served as a cashier and sales rep in the business and still remember the "Craft Show Years" with fondness. Those early years (I was younger than 15) helped hone my intense curiosity about work, careers and doing what you love. They also provided me with a rich context for writing based on the very unique circumstances as well as the people we met and interacted with in those years.

After serving 6 years on active duty in the US Navy (Hospital Corpsman) - many years after the craft shows - I went on to earn a bachelor's degree in health information management at the University of Pittsburgh and a master's degree from Carnegie Mellon. I have worked as an academic dean for a community college, a faculty member in both the community college and university setting and as an academic consultant for various organizations. Recently I returned to my original professional life, working in healthcare.

While blogging, writing and speaking to groups about a variety of topics is my great passion; I can also be found listed in local college course catalogs as an adjunct professor because interacting with students keeps me grounded and real. It also gives me a steady stream of terrific character ideas.

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