ISBN: 9789353768560 Pages: 192 Size: 129 x 198 Language: English Book Binding: Paperback
About The Book
A practical roadmap to professional fulfilment.
â€¢ Wondering which career is right for you?
â€¢ What is stopping you from making that job switch?
â€¢ Donâ€™t know how to quieten your inner critic?
Neel dreamt about working with Major League Soccer ever since he was
a teenager growing up in California. He became the director of their fan
development division in New York, making more money than he thought he
would before turning thirty. However, he gave it all up to move to Indiaâ€”a
country he was barely acquainted withâ€”to contribute to its sports industry.
Calculated choice or an impulsive decision?
This was anything but impulsive. Neel followed a unique process that made
it extremely simple for him to land a new dream job which led to a successful
and gratifying career. And he helped many along the way to pursue their dream
career by applying this transformative strategy.
Creating a dream career is anything but a dispiriting journey down a bumpy
road, it is an exciting adventure into the unknown. Your Dream Career shows
you how. Whether you are a university student, young professional or budding
entrepreneur, this book provides you the opportunity to experience career bliss,
and motivates you to take the necessary steps to get out of your comfort zone
and on to a professional pathway aligned with your authentic self.
About Neel Shah
Neel Shah is an experienced sports management professional, ICF-certified
life coach, educator and author. He has worked for over two decades on
the development and commercialization of sport in North America, Asia and
Europe. In 2018, he established the Global Institute of Sports Business. Here,
he currently serves as the associate dean and the head of counselling.
Prior to setting up the institute with India On Track, Neel was the CEO
of DSK Shivajians FC and the Liverpool FC International Academy-DSK.
Before stepping into professional club management, he served as the business
director for Libero Sports. Preceding his move to India in 2009, Neel spent
seven years with New York-based Major League Soccer serving as director of
fan development. Shah secured his MBA in Sports Management from Seton