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Repurpose Your Career podcast brought to you by Career Pivot is a podcast for those of us in the 2nd half of life to come together to discuss how repurpose our careers for the 21st century.  Come listen to career experts give you proven strategies, listen to people like you tell their stories about how they repurposed their careers and finally get your questions answered.   Your host, Marc Miller, has made six career pivots over the last 30 years. He understands this is not about jumping out of the frying pan into a fire but rather to create a plan where you make clear actionable steps or pivots to a better future career. 
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May 23, 2022

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In this week’s episode, I interview Angie Morgan one of the co-authors of the book Bet on You: How to Win with Risk. This is one of the best books on risk that I have read and given the uncertain world we live in I thought it was an appropriate topic for this podcast.

Let me read Angie’s about section from her LinkedIn profile:

I learned how to lead during my time as a United States Marine. When I transitioned to the private sector, what surprised me was how the term "leadership" was being used. Whereas in the Marines, leadership was a verb - everyone aspired to lead. In my new world, "leadership" was a noun and only an expectation for managers. This inspired me to write my first book on leadership - "Leading from the Front" - as well as start my business, Lead Star. I've since written two more books - SPARK and Bet on You.

Through Lead Star, I do the work I love. My team and I design programs for professionals around the world that help them understand how they can express leadership in their work environments and in their lives.

If you feel you are risk-averse, which you will hear from Angie that a lot of successful people feel they are, then this is a conversation you need to hear.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

May 16, 2022

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This week's episode is a bit different. I recently returned from a 3 week trip from our home in Ajijic Mexico to Austin where I was a keynote speaker at a financial conference. I spoke to an audience that might have been as many as 700 people. There were 900 people registered for the conference.

My wife and I then flew to Maryland so we could visit our son and daughter-in-law who we had not seen in 2 and a half years due to the pandemic. They had purchased their first home in Annapolis Maryland last year.

We flew Southwest Airlines to BWI on a direct flight both ways right after the mask mandates for airports had been lifted. Both flights were full. If I do not need to get on an airplane ever again, I would be fine with that.

We then returned to Austin to complete our mission. I had a periodontist visit to have my teeth cleaned. I have been going to the same periodontist for 25 years and I still come back a couple times of a year for a checkup and cleaning. I had a fascinating discussion with the hygienist that I want to share.

We then drove to east Texas so my wife could visit with her mother. Her father passed away a couple of months ago and as you can imagine her mother is still grieving.

We then headed back to the Texas/Mexico border on our drive home.

I had so many interesting conversations along the way that I wanted to share my observations in this podcast episode.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

 

May 9, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Teresa Ghilarducci and Sia Radpour about how the great retirement surge was not associated with the great resignation but by mass job loss by older workers during the pandemic.

Teresa and Sia are both economists with the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy analysis and they recently published a report called No "Great Resignation" for Older Workers—Mass Job Loss Drove the Retirement Surge.

This report confirmed many of our suspicions that the great retirement surge was driven by involuntary job loss and was not by choice.

Teresa’s bio is as follows:

Teresa Ghilarducci is a labor economist and nationally recognized expert in retirement security.

She holds the Irene and Bernard L. Schwartz Chair in economic policy analysis in the Economics Department at the New School for Social Research and directs the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis that focuses on economic policy research and outreach.

Ghilarducci joined The New School in 2008 after 25 years as a professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame. Her most recent book, Rescuing Retirement: A Plan to Guarantee Retirement Security for All Americans, offers solutions to the growing retirement crisis in the U.S.

Sia’s bio is as follows:

Siavash Radpour earned his Ph.D. in economics from the New School for Social Research in 2020. His research focuses on the effects of the retirement system and aging on wealth and income inequality, wellbeing, and economic growth and redistribution. Previously, he worked as a Research Associate for the Retirement Equity Lab. He received his MA in economics and business from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands and Corvinus University of Budapest.

My discussion with Teresa and Sia clearly states some of the ugly truths on how older workers have been hurt during the pandemic. They acknowledge the elephant in the room that ageism in the job market is alive and well. This is an employer issue that only employers can fix.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

May 2, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Kerry Hannon and she has written a new book called In Control at 50+: How to Succeed in the New World of Work.

Here is a snippet from the Amazon page:

Anyone who began working 20 or 30 years ago has witnessed astonishing changes in the workplace during their career. When the global pandemic hit, older workers fortunate enough to retain their jobs once again had to navigate enormous upheaval, virtually overnight. Working from home, often in isolation, over-fifties found themselves facing daunting technological and social challenges.

If this scenario is all too familiar, In Control at 50+ shows how to make the new normal work for you. Kerry Hannon, a workplace futurist and renowned expert on business, careers, and personal finance combines all her insights and skills to help you actively shape your work future into what you want it to be.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Apr 27, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Deb Livingston, domain lead in the health and wellness, cooking, food, and nutrition areas for GetSetUp. Deb made this leap only with her passion for healthy food and no formal credentials.

Deb had a pretty traditional business background but when her mother became ill, she took a break to be with her mother in her final years. Deb joined the Career Pivot community and through a bit of serendipity, she found GetSetup and became a contract guide.  This led her down a path that she could not have imagined.

She has since guided quite a few Career Pivot community members to become GetSetup guides in both full and part-time roles.

I had the GetSetUp CEO on the podcast in episode 242 called, GetSetUp is the Fastest Growing Online Learning Community of Older Adults.

I also had Vicki Soll on the podcast in episode 260 called, Vicki Soll Finds a Happy Place in Her Career by Teaching Older Adults. Teaching part-time for GetSetUp led her down a new path that she did not expect.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Apr 18, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Susan Cornish from College Nannies, Sitters, and Tutors. You are probably going huh because most of my audience school a long time ago but I think you will find this really interesting as they are looking for people 50+.

For those of you who are looking for an encore career, this is a really interesting way to work on your terms, when you want to work and make a decent income. Childcare in many forms is a way to have an impact on families.

Here is part of the about section from Susan Cornish's bio:

Susan Cornish is a visionary with a passion to grow businesses. She blends astute sales skills with 30+ years of management in complex field organizations.  She believes that the strength of any organization is people – it’s human capital. Leading by example and understanding the keys to motivate people, Susan builds teams that take ownership of individual roles and collective success. She demonstrates an ability to manage multiple constituents in clients, business partners, vendors, and employees to accomplish goals. 

Her experience crosses both B2B and B2C corporate and entrepreneurial organizations. These companies have ranged from start-up to $1B in annual revenues.  

In 2009, she brought this passion to the fledgling franchise system, College Nannies, Sitters, and Tutors.  

Her first unit in Columbus grew rapidly despite the economy, earning the franchise Rookie of the Year.  Now with multiple units in North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, she focuses on taking College Nannies, Sitters, and Tutors to a $100M brand by increasing sales, driving operational efficiencies, and developing personnel. 

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Apr 11, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Becca Levy author of Breaking the Age Code: How Your Beliefs About Aging Determine How Long and Well You Live. Becca takes a different approach in discussing ageism and what to do about it.

Read the following from her about section from her website:

Dr. Becca Levy, the leading authority on how beliefs about aging influence aging health, is Professor of Epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health and Professor of Psychology at Yale University. Her path finding studies have changed the way we think about aging and have received awards from the American Psychological Association, the Gerontological Society of America, and the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics. Dr. Levy has given invited testimony before the US Senate on the adverse effects of ageism and has contributed to US Supreme Court briefs to fight age-discrimination. She serves as a scientific advisor to the World Health Organization’s Campaign to Combat Ageism.

She received her Ph.D. in Psychology from Harvard University and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Division of Aging and the Department of Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Her expertise on aging is frequently sought out by outlets such as, The New York Times, NPR, and BBC.

Ageism is upon us and I thought Becca approached this topic differently than others I have had on this podcast.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Apr 4, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Tammy Gooler Loeb author of Work from the Inside Out: Break Through Nine Common Obstacles and Design a Career That Fulfills You and podcast host of the Work from the Inside Out podcast.

I had Tammy on the podcast way back in June of 2020 in episode 182 and that episode was called Networking and Remote Work in the COVID-19 World with Tammy Gooler Loeb [Podcast]

Here is her "about" section on Amazon:

Tammy Gooler Loeb, MBA, CPCC, is a career and executive coach who helps people pursue meaningful and fulfilling work. In addition to coaching individuals, Tammy consults and speaks on career satisfaction, leadership development, effective workplace communication, and networking strategies. Tammy has enjoyed working with clients and companies across many industries for over two decades.

Tammy also hosts a weekly podcast, Work from the Inside Out, where she shares the inspiring stories and informative lessons of people who made professional transitions to more satisfying and fulfilling work.

Her expertise has been featured in Harvard Business Review Ascend, Forbes, Fast Company, and The Boston Globe.

There were several chapters in her book that I thought were especially relevant to my audience as we exit the pandemic.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and be sure to pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Mar 28, 2022

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This week I have an interesting discussion with Ian Sanders, author of 365 ways to have a good day, a book I found thoroughly enjoyable, and more importantly, actionable and a time of disruption.

I was first approached by Ian's publicist and I requested a copy of the book. As usual, I procrastinated. Reading the book, it may surprise some of you but I grew up with a learning disability and I could barely read when I graduated from high school. I overcame that. But I still don't like to read. I was then approached by Karen Wickre, who I interviewed a couple of weeks ago in Episode 261, that I should have Ian on the podcast. That was a kick in the butt to read the book and get him scheduled. Ian and I share a lot of similar concepts and ideas when it comes to how to live our lives. I thought, in theses strange times, this would be a great topic to bring you.

His short bio is as a follows:

Ian Sanders is an author, creative consultant and storyteller who works with some of the world's leading organizations. Throughout his professional life, Ian has experimented with life enhancing habits and

hacks. It's resulted in two decades worth of conversations, detours and journaling. And now whether it's working with teams and global organizations, or the founders who are just getting started, Ian aims to spark change with his fifth book 365 ways to have a good day, he hopes to inspire people to spark change in their own lives. And get more out of every day. Ian lives in lead on the sea, England.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Mar 21, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Debbie Schnur who is a Career Pivot community member. She has quite a story to tell of progressively connecting the dots to find her happy spot.

Debbie left her career as a mechanical engineer in the middle part of the last decade to get a master's degree in public health. She then moved halfway across the country to make a series of pivots to become a master gardener, an expert in composting, and is teaching kids about healthy foods.

What I like about Debbie’s story is for every pivot she has made, she built her network and connected the dots to get to the next pivot. As she made each pivot, she did not know which dot she would need to connect to next. She just kept moving forward and more importantly followed her heart. This is something she never did in her engineering career.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Mar 14, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Karen Wickre, author of Taking the Work Out of Networking: An Introvert's Guide to Making Connections That Count and we are going to talk about networking in this new post-pandemic world.

I had Karen on the podcast way back in February of 2019 in episode 114 and that episode was called An Introvert’s Guide to Making Connections That Count 

Here is her bio:

Karen is a veteran connector, editor, and communicator, and has worked in and around Silicon Valley long enough to have appeared in WIRED 1.4. (Even before that, she wrote one of the very first guides to what we used to call “the World Wide Web,” and now it’s an amusing relic of a more innocent time.) As a corporate writer, she developed stories, styles, and cadence for Google, Twitter, and many startups. As an early Googler (she joined when there were 500 employees; she left nine years later when there were 50,000), She has been in a fair share of war rooms and fire drills, and have crafted scores of posts covering products and pivots, shakeups, corporate apologies, and company culture. More recently she advised a range of companies that want a strategy (or a reality check) on their messages and the content they produce.

Sometimes friends introduce her as someone who “knows everybody.” Of course, that’s not true, but usually, she does know who everyone is. That may be her secret power, along with common sense: she can see around corners, ask questions that matter, all in order to help get to the next steps and real solutions for teams, companies, and individuals.

It appears that in-person events are coming back. I am scheduled to speak at the Texpo Treasury and Financial conference in Austin Texas in late April. South by Southwest kicks off before this episode will publish. I thought this would be a good time to discuss networking in this new world as I expect many of you are out of practice and have a bit of anxiety about getting back out there.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Mar 7, 2022

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This week I am speaking with a graduate from the Career Pivot community, Vicki Soll. Vicki wandered around a lot in her career in the high-tech industry. She did okay but was never really happy. Vicki has found her happy place in her early 60s teaching, training, and developing curriculum targeting older adults.

I think many of you will relate to her story as she kept taking jobs throughout her career that she knew were not right for her because she wanted the paycheck. What we do not mention Vicki married later in life, and therefore, for most of her career, she was completely dependent on her own income. I cannot tell you the number of highly successful single women in their 50s who I have coached who have this underlying fear of becoming a bag lady, alone and homeless. Making career decisions based on fear of running out of money is not uncommon in this demographic.

Vicki has found her happy spot in her career and it has been my real joy watching her shift her mindset over about 3 years.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Feb 28, 2022

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This week, I will interview Mark Miller, that is MARK Miller of the Retirement Revised newsletter and podcast. Mark is a good friend and colleague, writes for the New York Times and many other major outlets.

I am a subscriber to Mark’s newsletter and podcast. His most recent newsletter included a PBS News Hour segment Why millions of older Americans are retiring early in the wake of the pandemic. 

I will embed the video in the full show notes linked below. I found this a pretty compelling piece on why so many are retiring but I am concerned will they be able to stay retired or will they have to unretire. If they need to return to the work after 2, 3, or more years what might that look like?

I wanted to discuss this with someone who really understands this arena and could dig deeper into how this will affect those of us in the 2nd half of life who are not retiring just yet.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Feb 21, 2022

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This week I am speaking with one of my favorite people, Diann Wingert and we will be discussing How to Create Success by Outsmarting Your Brain. I have had Diann on the podcast twice before in episodes #204 and #214 to discuss mindsets. I strongly suggest you listen to those episodes.

I was listening to one of Diann’s episodes from her Driven Woman podcast called Make Success a No Brainer and said to myself I need to have Diann on to discuss this topic. It basically comes down to the fact that your brain is built to keep you alive and safe. When you are trying something new or live in uncertain times, which we sure are living in, then your brain is not your friend. It will hold you back to keep you safe and alive. I think you will find this an interesting conversation.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

 

Feb 14, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Joanne Kaminski, owner of OnlineTutorCoach.com and she helps tutors start, and grow their online tutoring businesses.

Here is her bio from her website:

Joanne Kaminski is a former teacher and Reading Specialist with 10 years of experience turned online reading tutor.  She is the founder of the Online Tutor Coach, LLC where she helps other tutors who are great at tutoring but struggle with attracting students.  Joanne impacts over 20,000 tutors through her YouTube channel, Facebook Group, Instagram, and podcast.  She is the author of How to Start an Online Tutoring Business Making 4-5 Figures a Month which is available on Amazon.

When I was teaching high school math, I was approached by a lot of people that this was something they would like to do as an encore career. Becoming a teacher is a really hard transition. If you are interested in this go listen to episode 227 which was called Teaching High School Chemistry as an Encore Career with Keith Stolzenbach

Becoming an online tutor is much easier and equally as rewarding.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Feb 7, 2022

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This week I am speaking with Darcy Eikenberg, author of Red Cape Rescue: Save Your Career Without Leaving Your Job.

Let me read you a snippet from her bio.

Darcy helps high-performance professionals accelerate their leadership in ways that work for their organizations and for themselves. With a practical, real-life perspective, and with over 20 years of experience working with top companies such as The Coca-Cola Company, Microsoft, and Deloitte, Darcy’s clients consistently grow to greater levels of clarity, confidence, and control in their work and lives—all leading to better business results.

Before launching her own business, Darcy was a Principal at human resources consulting firm Hewitt Associates (now part of Aon), where she served on both the Southeast and the North American Communication Consulting Leadership teams. In those roles, she was accountable for developing and retaining talent, building managers and teams, and growing a healthy bottom line. She also innovated and led an internal coaching program supporting high potential associates and high revenue teams.

Darcy reached out to me about being on the podcast and offered me a copy of the book. After reading the book I thought this would be an ideal discussion to have in these crazy times. I found the book very actionable in helping people get their heads on straight.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Jan 31, 2022

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This week I am bringing back Thom Singer to the podcast. I have known Thom for well over a decade and I first had him on back in 2017 to discuss his pivot from business development for law firms to becoming a full time public speaker and master of ceremonies primarily for associations.

When the pandemic started Thom’s business completely shut down and I had him on in episode 185 to discuss how he was coping. I later brought him back for episode 213 in July of 2021 to get an update.

Thom recorded an end-of-year episode for his own podcast called What I Learned the Last Two Years. I was so impressed with that episode I wanted to bring Thom back on to discuss what he has had to do to adapt his business and more importantly what he has done to maintain his own mental health and happiness.

Before we go any further let me mention I have a new sponsor MagicMind. Magic Mind is the world’s first productivity drink. It is not an energy or coffee-based drink but a drink that will help you stay focused. I have been using it for several months it has made a real difference but more on this later in the show.

You can get a 20% discount by going to Magicmind.co/repurpose and using the discount code repurpose20.

For the full show notes click here.

Jan 24, 2022

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This week I want to take you through the process we went through in buying a house in Mexico. The first thing I want you to understand the process is very similar to purchasing in the United States but … what you are buying is different.

In all of my travels around the world in my career, people build houses from materials that are readily available. In the US houses are built from wood. In Mexico, they are built from brick and concrete. The brick and concrete in Mexico are similar to what is available in the US but different. Therefore, houses in Mexico are built and not architected. I will explain more about this later.

Before we go any further let me mention I have a new sponsor - Magic Mind. Magic Mind is the world’s first productivity drink. It is not an energy or coffee-based drink but a drink that will help you stay focused. I have been using it for several months it has made a real difference but more on this later in the show.

You can get a 20% discount by going to Magicmind.co/repurpose and using the discount code repurpose20.

Let's discuss purchasing a house in Ajijic, Mexico.

For the full show notes click here.

Jan 17, 2022

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This week I have a very different kind of episode. I am talking with Sal Hanna who is a recruiter for the Milton Hershey School.

Let me read you’re a snippet from their website:

Milton Hershey School is a cost-free, private school for boys and girls in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Milton and Catherine Hershey founded the school in 1909 with money they earned from the chocolate company. Since then, the lives of more than 10,000 children from working-class families with lower income have been transformed through high-quality education and structured home life.

As some of my long-time listeners know I took time out of my career to teach high school math at an inner-city high school in Austin Texas. I did this in my late 40s and I was often approached by people saying they wanted to do what I was doing when they retired.

Sal does not recruit teachers but he does for house parents. I want you to listen to our discussion and let me know your thoughts.

For the full show notes click here.

Jan 10, 2022

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This week I will be discussing the latest trends in interviewing with Alex Freund, The Landing Expert. I have known Alex for almost 10 years. He is one of the most respected coaches when it comes to interviewing skills and, more importantly, he is an expert on video interviews.

Given that almost all interviewing has gone remote and with the rise of the dreaded interview with the bot, I thought now would be a good time to discuss the changes that have occurred.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

Jan 3, 2022

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This is the first episode of 2022 and I thought we would start with a 2022 Career Reality Check-In for the 50+ Crowd with John Tarnoff. Last year, we recorded a similar episode and it was the most downloaded new episode for the year.

I have had John on the podcast in episodes 232, 208, 152, and 120. John has been the most frequent guest on the podcast in the 5+ years I have been producing this podcast.

I consider John Tarnoff to be a peer, colleague, and friend. John specializes in helping those in the 2nd half of life reinvent themselves. In 2017, he published his book, Boomer Reinvention: How to Create Your Dream Career.

The following is a snippet from his website.

After my startup went bust, I decided to go back to school to earn a Master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology – a branch of behavioral psychology that focuses on self-responsibility and self-forgiveness as pathways to healing and change. I didn’t think that I wanted to become a psychologist but I hoped to learn more about myself, what my strengths and weaknesses were, and what lessons I needed to learn to move forward.

Now, fifteen years later, as a career coach, author, and speaker, my mission is to support professionals over fifty to redefine, build and sustain second-act careers beyond traditional retirement. I’ve created a more personal-growth approach to career development, vs the traditional HR skills-based paradigm – starting with the notion that your ideal second-act career is already inside you.

This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community. Make sure and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition.

For the full show notes click here.

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