Archive Monthly Archives: December 2016

Key Decisions to Ground Your Second Act Career

Don’t get caught in the dangerous trap of thinking that you know what new business you should start or job you should find just because it’s a second act career you think you’ve wanted to do for years. You may make a mistake that will cost you for the rest of your career. Before you […]

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Be of Service

If you’ve lost a job or a business after many years, you may well feel completely adrift, but to be of service to others at this challenging time may be a way to find yourself and to get re-inspired. Even after the requisite amount of time grieving over the loss, there is likely a period […]

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Be of Service

If you’ve lost a job or a business after many years, you may well feel completely adrift, but to be of service to others at this challenging time may be a way to find yourself and to get re-inspired. Even after the requisite amount of time grieving over the loss, there is likely a period […]

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Make Listening to Others a Priority

Listening to others can give you unexpected insight into your behavior – past and present. Your reinvention requires more than just your desire to change your career around. Dreams are great, but unless you have a well-conceived plan to turn them into reality, they will remain just dreams. Listening is the step in the Boomer […]

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Starting a New Business? Don’t Trust Your Gut!

Don’t get caught in the dangerous trap of thinking that you know what new business you should start just because it’s something you think you’ve wanted to do for years. You may make a mistake that will cost you for the rest of your career. Before you dismiss this advice out of hand, think about your […]

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You Need a New Mission Statement

A mission statement is not exclusively a motivational motto for a company. I suggest that you apply the same kind of thinking to your personal mission in work and in life as well. A mission statement is an inspirational way of describing the meaning, purpose, goals, and values of an organization. Based on the exercises you have […]

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You Can Reconcile Your Past

The Boomer Reinvention methodology kicks off with a powerful principle: in order to create the future, you have to reconcile the past. Reconciliation starts with the process of reframing past memories and experiences from a negative to a positive perception. This is not a willful process of simply blocking out the negative. It is an […]

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