Do you feel trapped? Know your job isn’t totally right for you anymore?
Don’t let age prevent you from achieving career satisfaction.
While changing careers in your 40’s and leaving an industry in which you’ve spent much of your adult life can be scary, it also can be exhilarating if the move is truly what you desire.
Have you stayed there year after year, only because you have responsibilities like a mortgage and family? Then it’s time you make a plan to live the life you’ve been dreaming of.
If the 40-something you is drastically different than your 21-year-old self, why would you think the same career that interested you then is
still what you have to do?
Do you know the type of work you’d love to do, but feel stuck because you can’t figure out the steps to get you there? Maybe your family and friends
know you’re unhappy, but you still feel alone on the journey.
If it’s been more than a couple of years since you’ve actively pursued a career opportunity, you need to know the rules to the game have changed.
The digital job search market means you are competing against 3 generations and over an average of 150 applicants for the same positions. You need to know how to implement the secrets to a successful search so you get noticed and get hired.
Do you dream of waking up feeling excited about what you’re doing each day? You know you were built for something with more. A career change is something you plan for, not something you wake up one morning and do. With this 6-week boot camp, you can plan your move and feel confident you’ll be ready for the right opportunity.
If this hits closer to home than you’re comfortable with, join the Find the Work You Love Boot Camp.
I’ll make sure you start off on the right foot. We’ll take some time to discover what you want and how to get it. You’ll spend time focusing and exploring how you want to feel about work, what you want to get out of it other than a paycheck and start charting a course toward a clear vision of what you’re working towards. You may find you still enjoy what you do, but you would welcome changes such as the ability to work remotely. Or you may conclude a different field entirely is the answer for you.
Once your vision is clear, we’ll identify your unique gifts and skills that align with your chosen path and identify any gaps you need to fill so you can find the fulfilling work you deserve. Since you’re not in your 20’s anymore, you’ve likely accumulated a variety of transferable skills employers will find valuable. Take pride in your background and celebrate your willingness to learn what you don’t know. You’ll set some inspiring goals that will act as a guide on your career journey.
We’ll craft your personal career summary and develop a personal mission statement that will amp up your self-belief in a way you won’t doubt your new vision and your ability to achieve the goal. You’ll knock out the fears and doubts that have kept you trapped.
You’ll have everything you need to create clear and compelling personal marketing pieces to set you on a path for career success. From crafting your new resume, cover letter and LinkedIn Profile to setting up a plan for using social media and your personal network we’ll cover each step you need to build.
Our last call will leave you energized to launch your career plan with a knowledge you have what it takes. It’s one last opportunity to ask any final questions and get the support you need so you feel confident in the plan you’ve created. I'll also share specific interview techniques and how to answer the most common interview questions so you'll be prepared when you get the call.
Weekly workbooks along with specific action steps to complete designed to land you in the interview seat. Valued at $300.
Personality assessment to identify your unique skill set so you can present yourself as the ideal candidate for the job. Valued at $250
A thorough brand audit with recommendations on how to set your profiles up to stand out with recruiters and hiring managers. I'll show you the secrets to making LinkedIn work for you. Valued at $700
Accountability and encouragement from our small group. Limited membership means you receive personal attention and quick feedback. Valued at $300.
Weekly group coaching calls with live feedback and encouragement from a 20+ year professional. Valued at $2,100.
Mindset coaching to knock out the fears holding you back and build belief. You'll overcome the inertia that has kept you stuck in place and justified staying in place. Valued at $250
I'll help you target the right job and employ effecting job search strategies so you find higher career satisfaction. Valued at $250
An optimized resume and online profile designed in a way ageism isn’t an issue. Valued at $700
Success Road Map to keep your momentum moving forward after our last session. Valued at $350
Membership in our private Facebook group means you can get your questions answered as they arise and not worry about getting stalled in the process. Valued at $200
Total value of the Find the Work You Love Boot Camp is $5,220.
The next session starts February 12th. I keep the group small, so you receive the personalized assistance you deserve along the way.
I know what it’s like to go to a job where you feel unappreciated or just treading water.
Don’t assume age is a strike against you. Employers want the best person for the job. You just have to show them why that is you. Through the Find the Work You Love Boot Camp you’ll gain the confidence to pursue your passion and a plan to guide your way.
Don’t let another year pass before you make the change you’ve been dreaming about. It’s easy to use excuses like “it’s not the right time,” or “I’m making good money where I am so I should just stay and suck it up.” Waiting for the perfect time is just your brain’s way of talking you out of following your gut.
Martha Stewart, Henry Ford and even President Abe Lincoln didn’t become game changers until after the age of 40. Ray Kroc, the man behind McDonald’s going global, was a traveling salesman until the age of 52. Sam Walton opened his first Wal-Mart at 44!
Samuel Jackson was 46 when he played Jules Winnfield in Pulp Fiction. Jack Cover created the Taser used by law enforcement everywhere after 40. Harland Sanders used his Social Security checks to begin franchising Kentucky Fried Chicken. It was at the ripe age of 65 the “Colonel” achieved his dream after his first attempts in the restaurant industry failed.
I could keep going, but I think you get the point. If you have the want to, you can make a successful career change.
Les Brown said, ““The graveyard is the richest place on earth, because it is here that you will find all the hopes and dreams that were never fulfilled, the books that were never written, the songs that were never sung, the inventions that were never shared, the cures that were never discovered, all because someone was too afraid to take that first step, keep with the problem, or determined to carry out their dream.”
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