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July 05, 2023

ABA book sharing creative approach to finding and designing a new career wins Nautilus Award

CHICAGO, July 5, 2023 — Published by the American Bar Association, “Winning in Your Own Court: 10 Laws for a Successful Career without Burning Out or Selling Out,” is a 2023 Nautilus Silver Award winner. The book is an invaluable guide to finding and designing a career.

Nautilus is an organization that honors books that support conscious living and green values, wellness, social change and social justice and spiritual growth. “Winning in Your Own Court” was honored in the Inner Prosperity/Right Livelihood category.

“We are pleased and excited that author Dena Lefkowitz has received the 2023 Nautilus Book Award.  Ms. Lefkowitz has drawn a brilliant road map of self-assessment to lead the reader on a creative journey of exploration arriving at career transformation,” said Donna Gollmer, director of ABA Publishing.

The book helps readers who want to change directions or just give their career a tune-up. It shows how to assess where they are, determine what needs to change to get where they want to be and create a plan to do so. Every situation has a solution, and this book shows how to find it. Whatever the reader’s next move is, “Winning in Your Own Court” will help them get there.

 “Winning in Your Own Court”

ABA Publishing


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Editor’s note:
Review copies are available by sending an email to Katie Haynes at [email protected]. If you publish a review of this book, please send her an electronic version.

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