If you are attending college or university after a lapse ofseveral years, take heart! I did it, and I survived. Being olderthan your fellow students can offer advantages as well asunique stresses a...
Twenty Ways to find the Work you love March, 2007 By Craig Nathanson - The Vocational Coach™ Do you ever wish you had a few more options when trying to find the work you love? Here a...
Do you ever wish you had a few more options when trying to find the work you love? Here are some ideas that might help expand your thinking.1. Change your physical space when thinking about what you w...
Have you ever thought about what your perfect work would be? How about the pattern of a typical work day for the rest of your life? What daily routine would get you excited and bring joy and happiness...
Mid-life is a natural time to take stock of your life. Perhaps you never achieved the dream that you've been chasing. Or perhaps you achieved it and realized it was empty of meaning.Your life is chang...
How often have you heard a mother or father say, "Once they are 18 and out of the house, then I won't have to worry about them anymore." I beg to differ. In fact, being a good mother or father to a ...
Why is this important?All of us are born with most aspects of our lives already established for us. Our economic status, cultural identity, personality, core values and our customs are waiting for us ...
Let's just say your 5 or 10 or 15 years or so away from when you think your might retire. Some might call this the "Preretirement" stage. It's the period of time you plan and take a look at what you ...
Is this even possible? It seems Mid-Life and Crisis are supposed to go together, but since we, as Baby Boomers, have a knack for doing things differently, could we not also approach this time in our ...
Why is this critical?Many of us start to question our work after we turn 40, and it can seem threatening to those around us. After all, think about all the years you left early in the morning for wor...