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Career Reinvention: Susan Burton - community Activist

Susan Burton – Community Activist

Personal and career reinvention can be achieved through service to others. This is Susan Burton’s experience, and hers is an inspiring story of determination and dedication. As an African-American

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Career Reinvention: B.P. Agrawal

B.P. Agrawal – Social Entrepreneur

The adage that “all politics is local” might also apply to social entrepreneurship and career reinvention. Bhagwati (B.P.) Agrawal is a social entrepreneur with a stellar corporate track record

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career reinvention: Lori Bitter

Lori Bitter – Marketing Consultant

“After 50, you have to chase your own brand, and become your own kind of leader.” This is Lori Bitter’s advice to Boomers contemplating (or being forced to contemplate) a career rein...

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Career Reinvention: Patrice Fike

Patrice Fike – Episcopal Priest

Of all the profiles that I came across while compiling information for this series, Patrice Fike’s was the most unique. In 2011, at age 64, Fike sold her home in Florida (and her Mercedes), stored

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Career Reinvention: Paul Giannone

Paul Gianone – Restaurateur/Pizzaiolo

Opening a hit restaurant has got to be one of our most enduring career reinvention fantasies. Paul Giannone is one notable boomer who has actually done it. His Paulie Gee’s in Greenpoint, Brooklyn,

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Career Reinvention - John House

John House – Small Business Owner

Career reinvention is not a walk in the park, particularly for those of us who feel like we have already paid our dues, made our mark, and would otherwise prefer to kick back and enjoy the fruits of our

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Career Reinvention - Carl Kurlander

Carl Kurlander – Cultural Entrepreneur

Carl Kurlander, the screenwriter behind the classic 1985 film “St. Elmo’s Fire,” had an unexpected career reinvention when he took a year off from Hollywood to teach  – and rediscovered

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Career Reinvention - Dan Nainan

Dan Nainan – Comedian

Career reinvention doesn’t necessarily require a sudden, dramatic shift. Skills that we learn on the job — or to help us do better in our job — can have unforeseen consequences. This

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Career Reinvention - Southwest Airlines

Arnie Cogan – Airline Supervisor

Over a century ago, a Parisian lawyer named Paul Gauguin chucked everything in the name of freedom and moved to Tahiti to become an artist. I don’t know if Arnie Cogan is also an artist (he does list

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Career Reinvention

10 Boomers & Career Reinvention – Part 2

For the Year of the Boomer – 2014 is the year the youngest Boomers turn 50 – Huffington Post’s “Post-50” section is running my career reinvention series profiling 50 Boomers

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