Once Upon a Time I Wanted to Be…

An inspirational notebook to help you find your passion and talent

This is not an ordinary book, it's a guided diary that helps you find out who you are and what you want to be. This book gives you all the tools, tips and insights that you need to achieve those goals.
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Lavinia Bakker
Article number: 9789063694197
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From the makers of 'Once Upon a Time I Was...', the guided notebook to create your own autobiography (now in its third printing), we present this new notebook, which helps you to find your talent and passion and the job and life that matches best with who you are and what you want to be. 

Whatever age you are, knowing what you want to be and do in your professional life can give such fulfilment. It can make you wake up with a smile every day and give you a sense of belonging. Like you have found your place in the world. But how many people do you know who really do what they love? And what about yourself? Do you have any idea of what you want? What makes you tic? And what (if somebody would ask you to) would you do for free because you are so happy doing it? This book will give you the tools to find out what that thing is that you want to do with the rest of your professional life and it will give you tips and insights on how to achieve it.


Lavinia Bakker has two great passions in her life: animals and fashion. Lavinia and her twin sister Abigail combined these two passions to create 3 companies. With Geitenwollenshirts (eco t-shirts), Real Fake (an animal friendly fashion label) and IK BEN MALS (an online fashion food and beauty guide for an animal friendly lifestyle) the sisters show and tell that you don't have to harm the environment or animals to look great.






ISBN: 9789063694197
Author: Lavinia Bakker
Format: paperback
Dimensions: 22 x 17 cm
Pages: 144

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