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Fast Tracks Insight Interview
Po Bronson

Career Growth: Your Life, Your Work

An interview with Po Bronson

An elevated look at money, meaning and how we spend our days.

"I became intrigued by people who had unearthed their true calling, or at least those who were willing to try. Those who fought with the seduction of money, intensity, and novelty, but overcame their allure. Those who broke away from the chorus to learn the sound of their own voice."

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Po Bronson travels the country recording the stories of real people who have struggled to answer life's biggest questions. He has built a career both as a successful novelist and as a prominent writer of narrative nonfiction. He has published five books,  and he has written for television, magazines, and newspapers, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, and for National Public Radio's Morning Edition. Currently he is writing regularly for Time in the United States and for The Guardian in the United Kingdom.   Po Bronson's book of social documentary, What Should I Do With My Life?, was a #1 New York Times bestseller and remained in the Top 10 for nine months.

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Book cover: What Should I Do With My Life?