Authentic Change with Mike Horne


Defy ageism and define your second act!

In my conversation with Mike Horne, we focus on how so many of us over 50 are continuing to feel motivated and want to continue working. But the economy doesn’t seem to feel the same way. So what do we do?

Well, for starters, understand that the career you want is already inside you. On some deep level, you already know what it is that you want to do and where you should focus. My work as a coach helps you figure that out, and helps you to build awareness and confidence of what that value is and where to apply it.

You want to think of yourself as a consultant delivering value to a client, not as an employee taking directions from a manager. This is a key paradigm shift that is a real turning point in how you see yourself and how you can move forward, navigate the career marketplace, and find success.

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John Tarnoff is an executive and career transition coach, speaker, and author who supports mid and late-career professionals in defining, planning, and achieving more meaningful and sustainable careers.

Fired 39% during his 35 years as a film producer, studio executive and tech entrepreneur, he learned how to turn setbacks into successes in a volatile business. He reinvented his own career at 50, earning a master’s degree in counseling psychology to share his career lessons with others going through similar challenges.

Since leaving entertainment in 2010, John has coached individuals, groups, and led career workshops for university alumni, including for UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. Corporate coaching clients have included Bank of America, Bridgewater Assoc., Levi-Strauss, Softbank, TD Ameritrade, and Thrive Global.

He is the author of the best-selling Boomer Reinvention: How to Create your Dream Career Over 50 and has been named a Top Influencer in Aging by PBS/NextAvenue.


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