Why You Can’t Be Anything You Want to Be
Arthur F. Miller Jr. (Foreword by Richard Bolles, the author of What Color Is Your Parachute)
While it is true that virtually everyone of normal intelligence can perform any intellectual task–and therefore any job, given enough time and experience–Why You Can’t Be Anything You Want to Be makes it abundantly clear that individuals who fail to follow their passions experience much less success than those who pursue endeavors suited for the unique aptitudes and interests with which their Creator has endowed them. Miller explains how those unique aptitudes can be identified and individuals then guided into careers for which they are optimally suited–to the benefit of society as well as the individual. This book is a must read for adults struggling with a lack of fulfillment in their job and for adolescents and young adults who are making choices for career training.