Question: “It’s only three months. Or six months. Or a year. How bad can it be?”
Answer: Truly, truly awful.You may need a temporary move because your career calls for a short-term assignment. You may be renting while you build your dream house. You may have relocated temporarily to help a close friend or family member.
Short-term moves can be more difficult – and can cost you more money – than a “permanent” move. Why? [Read more…] about Relocation Checklist: Top Tips For The Temporary Move
Career change stalled? Many people begin a midlife career change with great enthusiasm, but then come up against roadblocks. This video identifies some of the most common blocks with recommendations to move past them.
Career change often begins with a statement. “I hate my current job. I want a totally different environment. What are some steps I can take to make a move?”
Alas, many career books give a false impression. They suggest that career change proceeds at an orderly and very linear pace. [Read more…] about Career change: How To Use Serendipity to Change Careers
Career development advice for mid-life mid-career executives and managers: Job search following a layoff. This is one of my older videos – for a more recent one, click here.
When you read about relocation, your find that moving tips tend to focus on the departure area. What should you pack? How do you start planning in advance – 6 months, 3 months, 6 weeks, 1 week … on to M-Day.
The truth is, relocation stress often starts after you’ve arrived. You just moved to a new city to take advantage of a career opportunity. Now, just a few months later, you’re writing home to say, “I made a BIG mistake.” [Read more…] about Moving Tips When Relocation Feels Like You’ve Made A Mistake