If you’re a mid-life, mid-career executive or professional, career change may feel like you’ve gotten lost with Dorothy in Oz. You’ve achieved success in your career. You’ve built skills and a strong work ethic. And now you’re ready to move on…and it’s not working.Many of my clients tell me, “I haven’t had to look for a […]
Just came across a good book for midlife career professionals. This career book comes with a rather grim title, but a decent sub-heading: Die Empty: Unleash Your Best Work Every Day.
Confidence comes from taking action and seeing results. You can’t talk yourself into confidence. You can’t hire a coach. But you can’t do just any action: keep pushing yourself in new directions. For instance, I know I can write excellent copy for coaches and consultants. I periodically challenge myself to write copy for new industries. […]
Job interviews typically follow a standard pattern that looks like this. Your interviewer asks you a series of ho-hum questions. You answer them. As the clock ticks on to the appointed end time, you get a few minutes to ask your own questions. Did I hear a yawn? Some career experts advise asking questions at […]