Blogs About "Career Change"

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Can It Be the Thrill is Gone? Four Questions Midlife Business Women Can Ask When it Comes to Their Career

Evelyn T. Kalinosky
April 21 2013


As business women approach or enter midlife, it’s not uncommon to begin wondering if the thrill is gone when it comes to your career.

How can you tell the difference between normal job burnout (i.e. you need to take a vacation) as opposed to you’ve outgrown your position and it’s time to move on (i.e. you need to make a major career change)?

Here are four things you can ask yourself to help...

 
 
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Should I Stay or Should I Go? 10 Questions to Determine if You’re In the Right Career

Evelyn T. Kalinosky
April 21 2013


As I mentioned in yesterday’s blog post about burnout, it’s not uncommon for midlife business women to begin wondering if the thrill is gone when it comes to their career.

There’s numb routine. Or, there’s contentment. Joy. Rejuvenation. Does your work feel like love?

Here are 10 questions to ask yourself to help you uncover the answer (deep down, I think you already know the answer, but may need that...

 
 
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A Search for Significance

Evelyn T. Kalinosky
October 21 2011


While working on developing products and services for the coming year, it occurred to me that I needed to ask a number of questions of the women I serve or hope to serve before I can create a workshop, retreat, e-book, or any other product that is spot on. So I began to do just that, and have spent the past couple of months talking with women all across the corporate...

 
 
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Following Your Bliss as a High-Achieving Career Woman Requires Getting Nekked

Evelyn T. Kalinosky
October 3 2011


When I first began feeling the rumblings that I wanted to change careers and follow my bliss, I continually chided myself for entertaining such “pie-in-the-sky” thoughts at my age. I was 41.

When I wasn’t sticking pins in my own balloon, I was freaking out about what exactly I’d actually DO for a living if I took the plunge and struck out in...