Outsized? Downsized? Retired? Unhappy at work? Don't know what you want to do? Ferguson Library will host career advisors Nancy Collamer and Jane Pollak on Thursday, Jan 30. at 7 p.m. for a discuss of how to discover what you want to do by looking at what you love most, evaluating your skills, and striking out on your own. You'll also learn how to overcome the fear factor and stay strong in this new world of entrepreneurial businesses.
Nancy Collamer is an author, speaker and recognized expert on semi-retirement. She writes a monthly blog for the PBS site NextAvenue.org (and Forbes.com) and is the author of Second-Act Careers: 50+ Ways to Profit from Your Passions During Semi-Retirement.
Jane Pollak is a career coach who transformed her art into a thriving profitable business and has spent decades speaking on the topic of "Strategies for Growing Your Small Business." She now guides individuals on their own journeys toward uncommon success.
The panel will be led by Sarah Hiner, CEO of Bottom Line Inc. and host of the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, available on Apple Podcasts and Google Play.
With group exercises and real-world examples, they will demonstrate ways in which you can bring more passion to your career and build a job/life strategy that is fulfilling personally and professionally.
Bottom Line Yearbook 2020 and Bottom Line's Know-it-All Calendar 2020 will be available for purchase.
Click here to register.