As our lives change, so do our career plans. Use these three exercises to modify your long-term strategy for success. First, take some time to consider your key strengths and passions. When you find a role that plays to your strengths and speaks to your interests, your job will no longer feel like work. Think back to your most rewarding and satisfying accomplishments over the course of your career and life. Brainstorm at least 10 accomplishments, and then choose which 5 you are most proud of.
Reinventing Your Career in the Time of Coronavirus
Starting a New Career in Midlife - The Atlantic
Get your copy HERE! Mika Brzezinski knows that women who are 40 and older are stronger, wiser and better than ever. This is a guidebook to knowing your value after 40 and way beyond! The idea to write the book was sparked when Ginny Brzezinski reached out to her sister-in-law as she was trying to figure out her own value. Both of my kids were about to head to college, and I was stuck in a job I did not like. But who starts a new career in their fifties? It was the perfect midlife storm.
Rethink your career: What to consider when your career spark dims
P erhaps you are one of the lucky ones. Perhaps you have reached your 40s, 50s, or 60s blissfully happy in your job. You are engaged, fulfilled, and challenged. Your work draws on your natural talents and passions. If so, feel free to skip this article.
Not surprisingly, the current pandemic has led many people to wondering about changing careers. The author, an expert on the question of career reinvention, offers some simple principles that can guide aspiring career-changers through the process during these hard times. Unexpected events or shocks disrupt our habitual routines, jolt us out of our comfort zones, and lead us to ask big questions about what matters and what is worth doing.