Freedman’s latest book purports to be about midlife transitions and challenges. Ultimately, it boils down to a lesson: Midlife is just another life transition. We can learn from other people’s stories, but only up to a point, because each of us has a unique story to live. There’s no clear pathway and we’re still looking […]
When you change and they don’t like it
Here is a guest post by Christina Merkley, a good resource for anyone in transition. I’ve recommended several people to Christina for coaching and/or programs. Every single person I recommended was totally satisfied. I’ve also consulted with Christina on business decisions and have been very imperssed. You changed. They hate you. You have a goal […]
WSJ Reports: Laid-Off Exec Living on Less in the City
Don’t miss today’s WSJ story: Downwardly Mobile: Living on Less in the City This story really hit me hard. A 58-year-old woman was laid off several months ago. She can’t get a new job so she’s scrambling to live on her unemployment benefits. I admire her spirit. I also like her tips for economizing. What […]
Perceptions of health vs Actual Health
Not strictly about mid-life career change, but addresses some concerns of mid-life career changers with aging parents or concerns about their own aging process: A very good article here.