Picture developing countries, world economic uncertainty and rampant changes in world of work. It is real and it is now. And in the center of it all, the human career agent facing the dilemma of adapting to unfathomed complexity with a dash of limited resources for good measure. This thesis considers a practical approach to this dilemma and points to those human factors that can make the difference in how the human agent constructs his or her working life. Drawing from recent developments in Positive Psychology, Career Attitude, Emotional Intelligence and Stress Management, the author believes that the human agent can not only proactively participate with great success, but also craft his or her own future.