"In my role as a career coach, I am often asked how people can figure out what to do as a second-act career. There are many different tools and methodologies, but most of them take time to understand and execute. In this post I’ll share with you a deceptively simple — but powerful — reinvention exercise that you can get started with today.
All you need to do is to answer three questions — “What types of activities do you most enjoy?” “What do you find most meaningful?” “What are your strengths?” — and then look for the overlap between your answers. Doing this will help you understand both what you can do and enjoy doing and find meaningful – the three elements critical to crafting a fulfilling second-act career."
Check out more advice from this job coach at this link: blog.aarp.org/2012/04/05/contemplating-a-s
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