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Every day, I talk to someone who wants something badly: Fulfilling your desires is all about you, but what matters more is what you can do for others—for the company, for science, for a cause you care about. After all, the first stage of making something happen in life—and in the microcosm of your career—is to understand exactly what it is you want.

But success is not achieved just by desire; it has to be coupled with a plan and with another factor that can impact your success: Detachment is tough when you feel your future is riding on whether or not you land the job offer. As useful as it can be to want something badly, that same intense emotion can get in the way of achieving the thing you want.

Your plan consists of a series of steps you have the ability to complete. You know that other people have made the same transition, in much the same way. Very few can achieve something difficult without desire. Desire, though, is like gasoline; it can burn too hot. Those who have been on the other side of the interviewing desk can tell you how being overly committed to your success can negatively affect your chances of getting a job.

Here are some examples of mistakes job seekers make when they are fueled by too much desire. I know they are going to be crushed when they leave my office, and I hate to feel that way. But this is what I have to do, time and again. And if you work hard and stay true to your values, other opportunities will come along.

Whenever I get excited about something—a new company with a hot technology or an opportunity to talk to a major employer about a big job we can fill—I catch myself drooling, figuratively. I want it bad. Still, you need to calm down and back away. What matters is not fulfilling your desires but what you can do for others—for the company, for science, for a cause you care about. When you recognize that, that sixth sense that interviewers have starts to work for you instead of against you.

You start to seem real and useful. Many job seekers have found that they do better when their desire is focused not on self-fulfillment but on what they can accomplish working with others within an organization. Allow your driving force to shift to the person in front of you. If you succeed at this, you will differentiate yourself from all those self-interested job seekers, and there are a lot of those out there—far too many.

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In place also, in the midst of traditional Islamic culture, is Jameela's desire to be beautiful and loved. Throughout the story we see kind characters that befriend her and a deception by those who manipulate the goodness of others to maintain a damaged sustainability in a country crippled by war. As a teacher, I once had a student refugee who moved forward in life while dealing with tragedies in her past. She was a beautiful person, the type that gives one faith in humanity, and I thought of her as I read about Jameela.

Wanting Mor is engaging, and realistic. Jameela had already experienced so much hardship as a youngster living in Afghanistan during the Taliban's stronghold and then the American invasion. She lived in poverty and had no education, she had lost a number of family members to violence and disease, and she had to deal with the inevitable stares when people saw her cleft lip. Then on the most devastating day of all, her mother died after a brief illness. With virtually no time to grieve the loss of her Mor, Jameela was forced to leave the village with her drug-addicted father for the capital city in an ill-conceived plan to find new work.

Life for Jameela in Kabul was grim and dismal as she worked under slave-like conditions, first in a temporary situation and then in the household of a surly woman who her father had suddenly married. The step-mother despised Jameela and instructed her new husband to abandon Jameela in a busy Kabul market. Inexplicably, he complied, and Jameela was left completely and totally alone.

Ultimately, it took the kindness of strangers, inspiration from her strong faith, memories of her precious Mor, and the power of an education to turn her life around in the most surprising and ironic of ways.

Wanting Mor stands out as a mesmerizing book with lively characters, heartbreaking plot developments, and incredibly rich cultural content. Jameela's plight is representative of the wide-scale devaluation of the social and economic status of women and girls in Central Asia, which has led to the abandonment and neglect of unwanted girls. Based on a true event, this book provides testament to the depths of the problem and the possibilities for change.

This is Khan's first YA novel. She is an award winning children's author in Canada. Jameela lives in a small village in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Set around , Jameela has grown up surrounded by war. When Jameela's Mor mother , dies, she is lost.

Soon after the funeral, Jameela's baba, father sells everything they own and moves them to the city of Kabul. When they first got their, Jameela did her best to figure out the new world she was in. Her baba didn't care too much for her welfare. Without her mor their was no one to answer her questions, all she could do was follow. Jameela's baba remarries, the new wife works her very hard and he doesn't intervene.

One day the new wife decides she doesn't want Jameela around. Jameela's baba leaves her in the market. It was very sad to see how trusting Jameela was, standing for hours before she would even sit because she worried her baba wouldn't see her when he returned. Luckliy for Jameela, a kind butcher takes her home with him to his family.

Eventually, Jameela is placed in an orphanage. I didn't know if that was a good or bad thing, but it was still upsetting that Jameela was at the mercy of so many people. The orphanage turns out to be where Jameela finds a new home. She finally gets to go to school and make friends. Khan draws out several of the secondary characters to making the novel more interesting.

I really enjoyed Wanting Mor and found I couldn't stop reading. When I was away from it I found myself thinking about Jameela. Jameela dreamed of her Mor often. She is a practicing Muslim, throughout the book Jameela says her prayers. Khan's weaves Jameela's faith and prayers seamlessly into the story. The author also incorporates a few Farsi, Pushto and Arabic words, from the surrounding sentences it was pretty easy to figure out what the words meant.

Nothing miraculous or unbelievable happens and that's part of Wanting Mor's beauty. Its simply the story of a girl from a village, who moves to the city, tethered to no one and how quickly she could get lost and forgotten. One person found this helpful. I don't believe there are many books about Afghanistan for children, and this one manages to be 9-to appropriate while at the same time showing the incredible difficulties of life especially as a female in that most unfortunate of nations.

Probably the author's background as a Muslim albeit a Pakistani one contributed to the authenticity of the narrative. That said, it was kind of predictable, most of the characters were flat, and without trying to spoil the book it had a sort of Lifetime movie quality about it, especially in the ending.

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Set up a giveaway. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Needless to say, not only would I have a hard time seeing the words, but it would be virtually impossible for the students to see the pictures. At this purchase price, with a delivery charge, to boot, I feel as though I have been duped. Nothing on the website indicated that the book would be a paperback miniature.

If this were bought at the 99 Cent Store, it wouldn't be a good value. Great story that is funny and also puts father's in a good light with kids. My daughter loves it. She things the little girl Trya and things she is so funny. Julie loves sweets too and she could easily relate to this story. Although Julie has never wandered off from me in a grocery store, I have found unexpected items in my cart that no one seems to know how they got there.

However, never had we have boxes of ice cream appear in a cart. Julie laughed a whole bunch at this because she has recently figured out how much items are now.

I love that the Daddy is consistent with his kids and that it shows him taking good care of his kids in wanting to have them eat good food and not sugary snacks.

In the end the Daddy shows that he loves his daughter no matter what. This was a great lessen to share with my own daughter. Pretty disappointed to find this book is teeny tiny. Like, could fit in my wallet, credit card tiny. This is a tiny book inches square. I like to carry them in my purse to pull out when my kids are bored, and they're great for that.

The pages are glossy, the print quality is good, and the illustrations are all full-color. I love Robert Munsch but this book is tiny. I wish I would have read the reviews first. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I just read this book to my 5 year old grandson. It is our third book by Munsch. All have been delightful. Great for the year old group with repetitive phrases that are quickly memorized so that on a second reading they are filling in phrases or speaking the lines of the main character.

And as any parent who has gone grocery shopping with children in tow knows that many "good things" get into the cart it puts a fun spin on grocery shopping with young children. Perhaps the dimensions of the book should be made obvious so that people will know to go somewhere else for a proper size book.

I really needed this for my class, but it is much to small for anyone of the students to see as a whole class activity. One person found this helpful. Absolutely ridiculous - who tries to find dimensions for a book?!? This book is smaller than your hand, and impossible to read. I should have read the reviews first, but I knew I wanted this title - just in normal book size! See all 95 reviews. See all customer images.

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