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How to avoid the paradox of a midlife career?

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How to avoid the paradox of a midlife career?

The midlife career paradox can be viewed with hope as a new opportunity for growth.

Have you ever wondered why some people treat you like a child when you're in midlife?

The answer may lie in the fact that your career tends to divide into two distinct periods around the age of 45.

The first period is great, but the second is often shrouded in uncertainty and dark clouds.
However, this doesn't mean that you can't navigate this stage of your career successfully.

Many HR experts and career consultants fail to acknowledge the difference between these two career periods, leading to a sense of stagnation and frustration for those in midlife.

Despite having accumulated a wealth of experience, education, and accomplishments, it can be challenging to navigate your career path without a new point of view.

But, just like the art of M. C. Escher, a new perspective can bring clarity to your situation.

You have many valuable assets that you can offer to potential employers, and it's time to leverage your career path to the next level - we call it evolution.

Join us for a free meeting next week, where we'll discuss how you can use your past experiences to evolve your career.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain a fresh perspective and a new sense of hope for your future. Click the link to register, and we'll send you the details for the Zoom meeting.


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