Career Transition: Managing a Mid-life Makeover
Posted on January 15, 2010 by Linda Naiman, One of Thousands of Executive Coaches on Noomii.
Is it time to revitalize or reinvent your career? Tips from Linda Naiman in the Globe and Mail
“Managing a Mid-life Makeover” first appeared in the Globe and Mail. May 14, 2009
Linda Naiman, a business and life coach, offers mid-life makeover tips to help spark the process of creative transformation. She suggests considering the following exercises:
Explore your interests and passions. What did you love to do as child? What activities produce timeless states of flow – of being completely absorbed, focused, and energized? What do you wish you had more time for?
When you think of the needs of your community, workplace or environment, where do you feel compelled to participate?
Name your talents and strengths; your natural aptitude or skills for doing something well. We tend to discount things we do easily, but these are the source of our natural genius. If you don’t know what your gifts are, ask others what you do well.
Explore your values: What do you most want to be known for? What really matters?
Read the full Globe and Mail story on Managing a Mid-life Makeover here: