Vocational Guidance by Astrology Author:Charles E. Luntz Slavery is not ended so long as work is a form of drudgery for some people. It will always be drudgery until people are doing the type of work they like and for which they are best fitted. The happiest people are those whose greatest pleasure is the work they are doing. The author, now retired as executive head of a large wholesale commodity f... more »irm. Recognizes that his success is partly due to his ability to put the right people in the right jobs where they will be happy in their work. Mr. Luntz has applied his own knowledge to himself and turned to writing where he has been both successful and happy in a work for which he is well fitted.
he has written this book because he wants to show others how to accomplish what he has accomplished. He wants to show people how to get more out of life by really working at pleasure. While also serving others better. He shows you how to select your occupation, or that of your children and other young people by astrology. Clear directions are given for the reader's guidance. You are told how to find the right time to start a new enterprise. When to apply for a position, how to select partners, how to better understand employer-employee relationships and how to become an expert on advising others needing vocational guidance.
Before studying astrology, the author was an expert in the art of handling personal matters, but he discovered a more reliable guide to getting at the real inside of the individual. He found a technique that could not be equaled by any psychological or other methods. here was the real key, an opportunity to penetrate into the real heart of the being, uncovering the hidden talents. here was a method of discovering the real genius that is hidden within the soul of almost everyone. No longer was it necessary to try and find means of fitting square pegs into round holes. The author's own success in this art and science is the best possible recommendation for this volume.« less