How to Launch a Second Career at Age 50 and Beyond – Fortune Magazine

November 4th, 2015

Putting it all down on paper helps. Robert Hellmann, head of Hellmann Consulting and a coach with GetFive’s national career-counseling network, encourages people to make a spreadsheet with columns listing the pros and cons of each possible move they’re weighing. “Once all your ideas aren’t just floating around in your head, it’s much easier to see your way forward,” says Hellmann. “One thing I suggest that people ask themselves is, ‘What will I regret most in 10 years if I don’t do it now?’”  [Read More]

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