Career Changes At 50
Why should you change your career if you’re 50 years old or over? Aren’t I close to retirement?
- Reduce Stress
- Skill Building
- Passion-Based Careers
- Change of Scenery
- Desire to travel
Should I change my career at 50 or later?
- Step 1: Identify your skills & passions
- Step 2: Learn new skills, if necessary
- Step 3: Plan your retirement
- Step 4: Find a job as an experience worker, start your own company, or enter a fast-growing job market
How can I get started with a career change at 50?
Contact Pat, your experienced Los Angeles career coach, and set up your initial one-on-one session for a thorough assessment. From there, you two will work together week after week for a total of 6 to 8 sessions until a full transition plan is fleshed out. He will help you stay on track, hold you accountable to meet crucial milestones & guide you until you are exactly where you want to be.
In the meantime, meet Pat’s dear friend and fellow life coach, Lisa Haisha. Lisa shares her experience with the career changes that she went through herself. She delves into the various deciding factors as well as the opportunistic and open minded thinking that helped her create the fruitful life that she lives today. Many of these important lessons were brought to her through valuable mentorship. It is amazing what inspiration and a little “know-how” from industry-related experience can do for you. Trust your mentors.
To learn more about Lisa Haisha, visit her website: http://lisahaisha.com/