Following Your Passion is the Key to Your Second Act
Following your passion in your work is what makes us happy. Business coach Steve Straus says “Moving toward something is healthier than moving away from it. But being pulled by something is healthier yet. Passion pulls. Discovering your passion is a nice approach (to what’s next after retirement from your first career).” If you strike it rich by hitting on your passion, you strike gold!
5 Things You Should Know Before Announcing Your Retirement
Congratulations! You are hot! Yes…you! As a woman in your prime, you just made history. You are the hottest demographic in the labor market today.
Women…okay…men, too are working well past historical retirement ages. Many are working deep into their 70s and 80s. Men and women 65-74 years old are expected to be as much as 32% of the workforce by the year 2022. 11% of the workforce could be over 75 in that same year.
Karyl Innis Knows Why Successful People Succeed And When They Don’t, How To Help Them
She is a career expert and the CEO and Founder of The Innis Company, a career management consulting company and one of the most successful woman owned businesses in the country. Her company uses its expertise to advise, coach, create and deliver programs worldwide for elite companies such as Shell, Accenture, Walgreens, Bain and Company, EY, Blue Cross Blue Shield, EFH, Dean Foods, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, JP Morgan Chase & hundreds more.