By Michael Lynch This is a question that has popped up in all of my social circles lately. From my friends in their twenties to my mentors in their sixties, we are all asking ourselves how we plan to move forward after the past two years. To preface, I know my perspective comes from…… Continue reading So, Now What?
Tag: career planning
Social Engineer or Transformational Change Agent? You decide.
The decisions you make now have significant impact on the trajectory of your career, your life. You control your destiny. It’s in your hands. And what those hands believe about your mission, role and vision will play a big part in how things go. This is a story about glasses half full, not…… Continue reading Social Engineer or Transformational Change Agent? You decide.
Best life/career planning tool ever?
Once, decades ago, I was stalled at a crossroads. I faced an important career/life choice and was struggling to make a decision. My two choices were quite different in nature. But both had attractive upsides and no serious downsides (which probably explains why I, a decisive person, was stymied – there was no clear winner…… Continue reading Best life/career planning tool ever?
12 Job Search Sites for Young Professionals
Always in search of websites that help in career development, I was glad to hear from a regular reader who raved about the value of Career One Stop, which provides career tips and salary range information by zip code for all major career categories. So, I decided to share that link along with 11 others that…… Continue reading 12 Job Search Sites for Young Professionals
Employed or Not, Set Time for Career Planning
I often suggest that people do as I say, not as I do. I encourage others to take their birthdays off and focus on themselves. So, what am I doing on my birthday today–working all day, including a business dinner. But I rationalize that I’m at the point of my career that this must be fun…… Continue reading Employed or Not, Set Time for Career Planning