Praise for Love Made Visible

“Alanna Fero gets it. A modern thought leader on career and work has finally emerged. Bravo!! At a time when more and more people are questioning the career paths they have chosen, this book presents real possibilities for the change and satisfaction we’re all looking for. Fero’s writing style is modern and her message is clear: You can make a change and you can do it now. If you’re serious...
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Love Made Visible: Excerpt From Chapter 9

Elizabeth Lesser’s brilliant book, Broken Open, a meditation on the subject of blessings in disguise in all aspects of life, begins like this: How strange that the nature of life is change, yet the nature of human beings is to resist change. And how ironic that the difficult times we fear might ruin us are the very ones that can break us open and help us blossom into who we...
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Love Made Visible: Excerpt From Chapter 8

Every career – like every life, I would argue – is built in large part on relationships. We rely on classmates and friends to make it through school and our early years; we build relationships in our job interviews and leverage networks to secure those interviews and create a place for ourselves in an organization; and our experience of our careers over time is often determined more than anything else...
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Love Made Visible: Excerpt From Chapter 7

The process of becoming yourself, of awakening your audacity and dreaming a bigger dream than you have ever allowed yourself before, is delicious exhilaration – for the one becoming, yes, but equally so for those of us privileged to bear witness. My practice has always included working with entrepreneurs, both emerging and established, and it brings me great joy to be able to serve their visions. Entrepreneurs are exciting and...
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Love Made Visible: Excerpt From Chapter 6

The Free Agent life – so named for Daniel Pink’s great book Free Agent Nation from the late 90s – is attracting many more people with each passing year. Many choose it to get away from something – ranging from their idiot former boss, 60-hour workweeks, milkrun business travel and the airless veal-fattening pen cubicles in which they work to a constant sense of restlessness, never being satisfied or ‘done,’...
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