Smooth Career Change: Over 40 | Midlife Professionals | Aspiring Coaches, Speakers, Authors | Entrepreneurs
About This Show
This show is designed to help midlife professionals over 40, quickly craft their dream and ideas into income generating services and / or products. It aids aspiring coaches, speakers, authors, entrepreneurs and small business owners find best practice methods to smoothly transition into their field of expertise. It offers tips, resources, case studies and interviews with guests such as Dan Miller of 48 Days To The Work You Love, Michael Stelzner of Social Media Examiner, Chris Brogan CEO of Owner Media Group, Bob Burg author of the Go-Giver, Ken Coleman host of Entreleadership Podcast a Dave Ramsey Radio production, Christopher McCluskey CEO of Professional Christian Coaching Institute and others, to inspire you to take bold action during this stage of life. Normalizing fear and risk, creating new habits and clarifying what the dream may look like and then implementing it, is one of the main goals of this show. Getting a quick win with minimal risk, is the ultimate goal of the show.
Most Recent Episode
SCC218: These Hottest Careers of 2017 May Not Be For You with Kingsley Grant
4 days ago
According to Career Builders, three of the hottest careers in 2017 are Information Technology, Healthcare and Sales. Some people will see these findings and immediately feel the urge to update their resumes and position themselves as experts in those areas. Others who may not have the qualification will find a way to become qualified so that they can go after these hottest careers. There are still others who may remain in these careers becasue of the prediction of "career security" and the posibiility of making a very generous income because of the supply / demand equation. How do you know whether or not you should join the pack and go after one of these careers? How do you decide if you should make this a goal of yours and put caution to the wind and "sign up?"
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I love this show.
I had the honor of being a guest on this show. Kingsley is an amazing host that has a knack of pulling gems of knowledge and wisdom from his guests or simply pontificating on his own. I find every episode encouraging.
Date published: 2015-08-27