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EP #174: Best Midlife Career Changes We All Wish We Made in Our 30s

What You’ll Learn from this Episode about a Midlife Career Change We All Wish We Made in Our 30s:

  • Why you should reflect on what made you happy at work when you were younger.
  • Why identifying what you liked about old jobs and what you didn’t like can help you now.
  • Why learning to manage your thoughts and feelings is necessary for change.
  • How learning to feel fear and not be as afraid of it can really help you move forward.
  • Eight reasons you might want to make a midlife career change.


 

Welcome to another episode of the Women in the Middle podcast!

Today we’re talking about the Best Midlife Career Changes We All Wish We Made in Our 30s.

It’s funny about career change in midlife. Some women are more open to it than others. Personally, the emotion of fear had way more of an effect in my life on this topic than I ever expected. I was surprised by it. Fear isn’t the only thing that gets in the way.

I also wasn’t even clear on what I wanted when it came to my career. As it turns out, it’s not just “what” you want to do. It’s also about what else makes you happy and gives you joy that surrounds your job, or are softer aspects of your work experience, like commuting and the way in which you work with people…or not, for example.

Join us today to explore eight common reasons midlife women want to make career changes; quite honestly, they are also reasons that we often wish we had made decades ago. You will get lots of inspiration for what you want and why so get ready!

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