Insider Secrets Part IV: What Your Career Coach Won’t Tell You
This is the fourth in a series of blogs on this topic as I thought this would be a fun way to start the New Year. I’ve reached out to a number of other career counselors as well as to former clients and other resources in the field. By “insider secrets” I simply mean fresh, new ideas to help you reach your career goals in 2015. Here’s the fourth tip from “The Best Career Advice for Every Decade of Your Life: Your Focus May Change Throughout Your Career” by Catherine Conlan, published in the Orange County Register, Sept. 2014.
For those in their 50’s:
“Artist Ann Klefstad says to look beyond regular jobs. “What has worked for me is to take the skills I have and work like the devil to create opportunities to use them, freelancing or consulting.” She recommends increasing the amount of your involvement with things you have affinity for and actively work to meet people involved with them.”