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15 minutes | Dec 12, 2020
RetirepreneurTV Interview: Jeff Tidwell CEO of Next For Me
Next For Me CEO was interviewed by Retirepreneur founder Donna Kastner. Next For Me has partnered with Donna and when this was recoreded they were setting off on a 3 day tour of Ohio hosting an event “Too Young To Be Done” in Hudson, Columbus, and Dayton. See the Complete video below. The post RetirepreneurTV Interview: Jeff Tidwell CEO of Next For Me appeared first on Next For Me.
39 minutes | Aug 27, 2020
FREE Resources for AustinUp Members
AustinUp has partnered with Next For Me to offer a course based on the book Next For Me: A Guide to Change For Everybody. Sign up and you’ll receive the book and a link to sign up for the free course. Name Email In their new book, Silicon Valley veterans Carole McManus and Jeff Tidwell deliver a philosophical and wide-eyed set of exercises for entrepreneurs and anyone looking to make a career move to see their new path in a more expansive light. Starting with Your Philosophical Center the book digs into the values, mission, people and associations you make along the way. Then to Fresh Perspectives with techniques founded in open-mindedness, visualization, mapping, and even deja vu. Then back to earth with The Tactical, useful survival techniques for hacking through and having the endurance to stay standing. The post FREE Resources for AustinUp Members appeared first on Next For Me.
7 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
Interview: Shilpa Sankaran, Founder, KOSA Ayurvedic Spa
Shilpa Sankaran is the founder of KOSA Ayurvedic Spa in Madison, Wisconsin. She spent over a year planning and building out her spa when COVID-19 hit. In this interview she discusses her experience with change in her life, the curiosity of her clients, and restarting her business. Navigating change is to me, just a way of life. It’s something that I’ve had to navigate my entire life from immigration to lots of moves. My dad’s having his own business. So change is something I’ve expected. And I think accepting change allows us to navigate it with ease and embrace it with almost a fervent interest in what’s going to happen next, looking for creative ways to adapt. So I think when we don’t accept change, when we’re fearful of it, or when it comes to us at a time when we didn’t want it to happen, that delta between what actually is happening and what we wish was happening is where stress and pain and actual construction can happen in our own ability to adapt and creatively work our way out of it. So to me, that’s probably one of the best ways that I’ve known how to handle change Speaking about the most profound change, acknowledging that I’ve been through so many career changes that are all correlated with my own internal changes. But the most recent and the most profound for me was going from a venture-funded green construction and design company in San Francisco to opening an Ayurvedic spa in Madison, Wisconsin. And what I realized is, that just giving myself the space to experience why I knew change had to happen. Then I could hear it, there was no choice, but to make the change, I could not stay where I was. I could not continue to abide by the practices that were happening. I couldn’t abide by the lifestyle I was leading anymore and different voices then made themselves more apparent, you know, just having a newborn baby and knowing what that told me. My father’s passing, hearing what that told me, and then just acknowledging that I am not what I was when that thing began and to letting go of that was very difficult. This was a huge risk for me. It was something I had never done before. But once you hear what’s happening to you in the moment, it’s not even a letting go anymore. It’s just being happy and acknowledging where you are. And this is all I could do. I didn’t have any other options, not because the world didn’t present other options. I was still doing consulting and sustainability, but I realized I would not be happy with any of those other options. I wouldn’t be giving my heart to any of them and then I wouldn’t be successful. And so this was a huge risk for me. It was something I had never done before. And it took a lot of faith in myself. And the only thing I had to go on was my own passion and realizing that that was the most important thing to make this work for me There’s a whole process of discovery. That’s required to find your inner voice. At KOSA my clients typically are people who are already on a journey. They’re curious people. They are looking toward ongoing discovery of themselves typically. And so being an Ayurvedic spa, we’re not just getting people who come in for a massage and leave just to feel good. There’s a whole process of discovery. That’s required to find your inner voice. That is what people are attracted to and what they’re finding. Bringing themselves closer to their inner voices is what is bringing them closer to their own health and their own connection to the universe and to other people. I love the question “What’s next for me?” because it implies that there is something along the horizon for all of us and we’re living in a crazy time right now where we don’t even know what’s happening from day to day. And so it’s an accelerated, um, adaptation that we have to make to our current circumstances, which means something is next for everybody. And for me, in particular, again, I’ve always anticipated that things would change in my life and anticipating that allows for open and creative thinking. And in some ways, just always having plan B, C and D available. I love the question “What’s next for me?” because it implies that there is something along the horizon for all of us. For us right now, it’s getting the business back up and running. But simultaneously I’m launching a body care product company that stemmed from the work that we’re doing here. We knew that there was a need for it because we couldn’t find the products here. And we realized we were passionate about creating them for ourselves. And that there’s so much that we can offer by doing that. So we’ll be launching the body care product company and expanding KOSA kitchens. Shilpa Sankran is the founder of KOSA Ayurvedic Spa The post Interview: Shilpa Sankaran, Founder, KOSA Ayurvedic Spa appeared first on Next For Me.
8 minutes | Jun 6, 2020
Modern Elder Academy Alumni Presentation: What’s Next For You
Jeff Tidwell, Next For Me Founder and co-author of “Next For Me: A Guide To Change For Everybody” was a guest of the Alumni program of the Modern Elder Academy. He discussed the book and covered some of the exercises that can be helpful when looking at what’s next. The Modern Elder Academy (MEA) is the world’s first midlife wisdom school providing 5- and 7-day all-inclusive workshops at our awe-inspiring beachfront campus in the heart of Baja California Sur, Mexico. The post Modern Elder Academy Alumni Presentation: What’s Next For You appeared first on Next For Me.
39 minutes | May 14, 2020
AustinUp: Book Event, Startups After 50
AustinUp Event May 14, 2020 Have a listen to our AustinUp event “Startups After 50” based on our book Next For Me: A Guide To Startups For Dreamers. The discussion happened on May 14, 2020 as we were all in some form of quarantine due to Covid-19. Highlights: There’s a lot of insecurity and stress around employment, now more so than ever. We were hearing that pre-pandemic and now we’re hearing it much, much more. We’re also seeing that particularly in a certain age group, people are really disengaged based on the rate of change that things are happening, new technologies, excessive scrutiny, skills gaps, etc. So we really wanted to address that and get people more comfortable with change and opportunity. You hear every day people saying that by slowing down, I have taken some time to take a look at how I’ve been living my life. You move so fast through the course of your life that you don’t take that time. So with a definition of your values and guiding principles in place then you can start having some fun when you’re thinking about if you want to start a company or if you’re going to make a career change. Q: If you’re an entrepreneur or thinking about an entrepreneurial idea, and it’s solo. What’s your experience when it’s a team? Pros and cons. A: We trust each other. We’ve got a history of 20 years of working together. If you work together that long you have a much deeper relationship than the superficial stuff that you have to interact with in a corporate setting where you’ve just met somebody and you have to figure all that stuff out. That takes a long time to know the nuance of personalities. Name Email Previous coverage of AustinUp. AustinUp Job Fair returns October 23, 2019. AustinUP, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit formed AustinUP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that was formed as a result of the Mayor’s Task Force on Aging – based on the fact that the Austin area has one of the nation’s fastest-growing populations of older adults. Our motto: “Aging. Everyone’s Doing It!” AustinUP is working to: 1. Expand Austin’s role in the “longevity marketplace” by promoting businesses, entrepreneurs and technology innovators working in the aging space 2. Change perceptions and enlighten the community about the value of our senior population, e.g., the benefits of multigenerational workplaces 3. Promote and help facilitate academic research to study aging processes and outcomes 4. Spotlight age-friendly businesses as our city implements the Age-friendly Austin Action Plan 5. Enhance livability for seniors, using the Eight Domains of Livability as a roadmap AustinUP is currently planning their annual Aging & Innovation Summit, which will be held on Wednesday, October 23, 2019. Link to 2018 Summit recap. Link to 2017 Summit recap. To find out more about AustinUP Contact:Teresa Sansone Ferguson, Executive Director PO Box 29874, Austin TX 78755 firstname.lastname@example.org The post AustinUp: Book Event, Startups After 50 appeared first on Next For Me.
10 minutes | May 7, 2020
Thinking About Change Now
Taking Time to Investigate Your Next Move Follow along as our Editor in Chief, Carole McManus speaks to the importance of self-care, resilience, and openness during these uncertain times. Carole and Jeff were guests on the Quarantine Book Club discussing their new book: “Next For Me: A Guide To Change For Everybody.” Among the topics discussed were: using this time to write about your interests and specialization, connecting with others in your field, and to lighten up on the pressure to do something great during this time. Things aren’t normal and it may not be the healthiest thing to try and “finish your novel”– getting through is good enough. In the introduction to the book we quote the musician Sly Stone, who said “You have to go through it to get to it.” Read the introduction ————– Interviews on Instagram We’re interviewing people who have surfed change in their careers what’s next for them. Instagram ————– Show Your Support We’re working on some wonderful video interviews in the coming months. Of course, we’ll let you know when we launch those. Until then, if you appreciate the work we do, it’s the right time to support Next For Me with a $25 or more SUPER Membership. SIGN UP The post Thinking About Change Now appeared first on Next For Me.
11 minutes | Apr 15, 2020
Catching Up with the Founders
From our quarantined bunkers we catch up with each other and chat about kneading bread, farming conspiracy-or-not theories, and vital weather reporting. We’re encouraged by the online connection we’re finding with our communities during these uncertain times. Carole McManus assembled these Resources for Staying Connected and Grounded. Our new book “Next For Me: A Guide To Change For Everybody” is on Amazon now. Change is coming to our work lives, we hope our tips and exercises help you make the transition your best yet. Collective Conscious is a new salon series from MOCA+. Jeff Tidwell was the guest smack in the middle of week 4 of quarantine. Catch his remarks on what’s next. Instagram See You SoonWe’re working on some wonderful video interviews in the coming months. Of course, we’ll let you know when we launch those. Until then, if you appreciate the work we do, it’s the right time to support Next For Me with a $25 or more SUPER Membership. SIGN UP The post Catching Up with the Founders appeared first on Next For Me.
4 minutes | Feb 19, 2020
Your Philosophical Center
If you’ve decided to go forward with an idea that will make the world a better place, great! That should be easy enough. Having a solid philosophical foundation as a guide will make the way forward a lot easier. Whenever you need a gut check on a business decision you can always weigh it against your vision, core values and a set of guiding principles. In his book Getting Things Done , David Allen defines a system for evaluating work using an altitude analogy. At the top, the 50,000+ foot view. He explains: “This is the “big picture” view. Why does your company exist? Why do you exist? The primary purpose for anything provides the core definition of what its “work” really is. It is the ultimate job description. All the goals, visions, objectives, projects, and actions derive from this, and lead toward it.” It’s a really simple technique that, with a little investment up front, pays off at whatever stage your business is at.There is a great deal we could write about developing your brand, but that’s for another book. What’s important to understand now is that how you present yourself to the world is critical from the early days. Defining your brand is a lot more than the color of your logo. It’s an extension of your mission, values and principles. As part of your foundation you will want to define what your brand aspires to stand for in the hearts and minds of consumers and its communities. The post Your Philosophical Center appeared first on Next For Me.
3 minutes | Feb 12, 2020
Coming to a Town Near You
We’re hitting the road again. This week we’re in the Bay Area for Startup Grind’s Global Conference. We’ll be talking about our new book A Guide to Startups for Dreamers and connecting with entrepreneurs and anybody aiming to take transitions in their stride. We’re broadcasting the complete book. Follow along on YouTube or on Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global. Sign up to attend and find out more about Next For Me EVENTS Win a Wellness Gift BagTake our healthcare survey to be entered to win a gift bag of products from Cordial Organics, a CBD Beauty and Wellness company. Last Chance! TAKE THE SURVEY Become a SUPER MemberIf you appreciate the work we do, it’s the right time to support Next For Me with a $25 or more SUPER Membership. SIGN UP Thanks for reading. If you enjoy our newsletter, please forward it to your friends or consider making a contribution to support our work. Subscribe here and Follow us on Facebook Subscribe to our Next For Me podcast on iTunes. The post Coming to a Town Near You appeared first on Next For Me.
2 minutes | Feb 5, 2020
Transformative Change at Any Age
Oprah Meets Gaga Who thought these two would synch on so many topics. Self care, transformation, and self confidence. CHECK IT OUT Can-do CrewWe really like the Duluth Trading campaign “Can-Do Crew” of women taking transition in stride. What do a shop teacher, coppersmith, furniture maker, stained glass artist, live-edge woodworker and a bee charmer have in common? CHECK IT OUT Win a Wellness Gift BagOne healthcare survey respondent will win a gift bag of products from Cordial Organics a CBD Beauty and Wellness company. TAKE THE SURVEY A Catalyst for ChangeOur new book, Next For Me: A Guide To Startups For Dreamers, is available now! What would happen if you looked at what’s next for you through the lens of a new company? Read and listen to the introduction in our free workshop MEET THE AUTHORS Become a SUPER MemberIf you appreciate the work we do, it’s the right time to support Next For Me with a $25 or more SUPER Membership. SIGN UP Thanks for reading. If you enjoy our newsletter, please forward it to your friends or consider making a contribution to support our work. Subscribe here and Follow us on Facebook +++ Recommended: An Annual Research Subscription includes a quarterly TRENDS Report packed with proprietary research culled from Next For Me Events, our journalism, and deep dives from our research team. Understanding the 50+ WorkerA Next For Me Workshop If it’s your job to reach the 50+ audience this is the workshop to understand their interests, aspirations and habits. C-suite executives, marketers and HR pros will all find value in this workshop. Find out more. _____________ Next For Me is a new resource that connects and inspires our generation to evolve post-50 life through new work, a new purpose or a new social contribution. Subscribe to our Next For Me podcast on iTunes. The post Transformative Change at Any Age appeared first on Next For Me.
16 minutes | Feb 4, 2020
A Guide to Startups for Dreamers: Introduction
“You have to go through it to get to it.” – Sly Stone So, you’re building a company, are you? There is a lot of noise out there about startups, entrepreneurship, venture capital money, and the like. It would seem (with only slight exaggeration) that there are more books, podcasts, and thought pieces on the “startup journey” than there are new companies. Granted, some of it is practical information worth paying attention to, but where do you go when you’d like to be more introspective about what you’re creating in the world? In the following pages we offer a set of exercises that should help you see your young company in a more expansive light. Starting at Your Philosophical Center we dig into the values, mission, people and associations you make along the way. Then on to Fresh Perspectives with some fun techniques founded in open-mindedness including visualization, using constraints, mind mapping, and even deja vu . Then we come back to earth with The Tactical, our most useful survival techniques for hacking through the day-to-day and having the endurance to stay standing. We’ve built our company around a cause we really believe in, with people we trust and respect. Our hope is that the things we’ve learned along the way can help guide your entrepreneurial experience, and even help you enjoy the process. Before we started our company Next For Me we were time-tested Silicon Valley professionals known for our work in online communities, user experience, and research. After years of contributing to successful Fortune 500 companies, as well as participating in our share of startups, you might say we were quite independent-minded. We weren’t necessarily looking to start something new. But the market signals pointed to something big and meaningful that we couldn’t ignore. If we had planned to start a company, we could have followed the traditional Silicon Valley approach of hammering out a “minimum viable product” to win over venture capitalists, then we would try to prove a certain growth trajectory to get the capital to keep going. But we’d been down that path before, where there is a financial agenda and outsized obligation to an investor to fit a market into that equation. Lucky for us, this time, it didn’t work that way at all. We were becoming aware of bias against older workers in our world of tech. After working together on many successful projects for over twenty years, we had entered the aging demographic ourselves, and we were starting to run into roadblocks to new job opportunities. Not surprisingly, we were starting to see that age bias extends well beyond the tech industry. There are 120 million Americans over the age of 50 and many are ill-prepared for a time without an income, especially since we are now living 20 to 30 years longer. So there is an urgency about staying relevant in the workforce at a time when the workplace is explicitly looking for younger talent. Add socially acceptable ageism to the mix, and you have an untenable situation that is just getting worse. We saw a way to help, by providing a platform for people who wanted to stay engaged, and who still had a lot to contribute. We called our company Next For Me, and we were on a mission to help the aging demographic find their new path. We started the company with this lofty statement: Next For Me connects and inspires our generation to evolve our post-50 lives through new work, a new purpose, or a new social contribution. Little did we know how much we would learn about ourselves in the process. Because we were bootstrapping — starting our business with no outside funding — we also began to call in a free set of tools and techniques that we used to stay open minded about the approach to the business we were building. We started with a weekly newsletter. Our revenue path wasn’t defined. We were thinking that if we hit a chord with the large audience, they would come flocking to us and the path to revenue would come later. We ran Facebook ads with anxious headlines about the future and got plenty of people signing up. But they weren’t engaging much. We knew they weren’t coming to us through personal referrals, which made them less likely to stick around and engage on our Facebook page or website. Still, we were growing subscriptions by a reasonable amount month over month. This was a positive sign for us and proved we didn’t have to rely on Facebook to grow our audience. (We were never big fans of Facebook anyway.) We had growth, but not at the rate or size that we could sell ads or products against to keep us going. We were, however, learning a lot about the audience. An obvious path to revenue didn’t occur to us until Carole reminded us that we had a great story from our past about using our online community building skills in research environments. We had done it before for a big research firm along with Deb McDonald, a qualitative researcher who saw the potential in the technique. It was a game-changer for big consumer firms trying to understand their customers. With Deb’s helpful advice and partnership, we decided to expand our offerings to include market research and consumer insights for marketers. After a year of focus on product/market fit, building out the brand, and having in-person meetups, we knew a lot about the target demographic. We authored a market report based on our conversations, surveys, and research: “Understanding the 50+ Worker”. The report was not only good, it gave us something to talk about with potential partners and sponsors. It showed there was value in what we were learning, and it was an effective calling card that opened new doors for us. By being open to alternatives to the venture capital or paid user growth paths, we now had a compelling business story to tell. We started to sell research, sponsorships for our events, and workshops for organizations targeting this in-transition demographic. Simply obvious, you would think. We would grow with money we earned from sales. This would keep us in control of how we evolved and help us be certain that we adhered to our values and a set of guiding principles we would develop. Or as the authors of “New Power” termed it, in an ecosystem that revered the “unicorn” companies that grow and scale fast to multi-billion dollar valuations, we were “camels,” a “ platform or organization that delivers economic returns that are less spectacular than those of its alter-ego the “unicorn,” but serves an important social function and can sustain investors and its community for the long term.” Midway into our second year, some of our advisors and readers questioned the tone of our corporate story and consumer message. It was filled with what they considered too much negative messaging rife with doomsday predictions. The feedback was our community didn’t need to hear a retelling of such dark predictions week after week. What they/we needed is something to hope for. We listened (we had become doomsday weary too) and conducted quick experiments to test the theory. We started publishing articles that were aspirational stories of facing down adversity and finding a way through it. Those articles immediately got considerably better traction and engagement than the darker pieces. The results also underscored that “mindset” had as much as anything to do with a positive outcome. It suggested that having an open mind was a personality trait that would become increasingly important if our community was to make progress in their own personal development and evolution. We wrote about that too, and the positive reaction to those pieces told us we were honing in on the market fit. So, not only did an open mind and a willingness to transition benefit the community we were building, it became the “way of being” for our company. If we were going to be a catalyst for transformation , we, too, had to be people open to transition. It didn’t hurt that we were nurtured in California traditions of Buddhist thinking and social experimentation. Being in California in the 70s and onward meant you were likely exposed to human potential movements, open dialogs about roles and self-identity, political activism, free and open information, often along a thread of eastern philosophy. That’s how we ended up here. This book is a set of ideas and experiments you can use to think more broadly and philosophically about what’s next for your business. The concepts can help you no matter what stage your new business is at. We begin our book by discussing your philosophical center. We’ll walk you through some exercises that help when articulating your core values, and establish some guiding principles as a framework that you can operate within. Once in place, this foundation will be your “north star” when working through your strategy, and is a quick go-to if you’re ever doubting your intentions. Then, we go deep on how to find and associate with people who share those values: co-founders, partners, advisors, and later, “cheerleaders” and customers. Next, the broad topic of open-mindedness. Or, how to get your head ready for absolutely anything being possible. We developed an appreciation for techniques to find a fresh perspective, where we detail how stepping back, writing, drawing, or using other techniques to change your perspective opens a world of possibilities. They are simple hacks that expose paths and opportunities you may have missed otherwise. Rest assured, it’s not all pie in the sky, California-speak. We next cover our methods for the elegant handoff from high-mindedness to actionable strategies. We include a tactical toolkit for staying healthy, financial realness, doing things yourself, and the directive to start selling from day one. If you’ve taken the plunge to do something new, we hope this book will help you on those days when you could use a nudge toward a bigger view. For us, the process of sharing something new with the world is a gesture that has our reputation, ethics and core beliefs attached. We hope our experiences will help inform your work and sustain you through the long days ahead. Make it fun. Make it matter. Carole McManus and Jeff Tidwell The post A Guide to Startups for Dreamers: Introduction appeared first on Next For Me.
3 minutes | Jan 29, 2020
I Spent $25K on Healthhcare
We’re Talking Healthcare Costs A lively conversation in our community exposed some pricey realities this week. What’s your horror story? CHECK IT OUTWe just released our latest research report. This time we have one on one conversations with consumers about the impact healthcare costs have on their decisions about work, health choices, and financial readiness. It’s a hot topic on the campaign trail and around the family table. RESEARCH PRODUCTSOne healthcare survey respondent will win a gift bag of products from Cordial Organics a CBD Beauty and Wellness company. TAKE THE SURVEYA Catalyst for ChangeOur new book, Next For Me: A Guide To Startups For Dreamers, is available now! What would happen if you looked at what’s next for you through the lens of a new company? Get the latest news on book events, where to find it, and read and discuss the book in our free workshop. BOOK NEWS Become a SUPER MemberIf you appreciate the work we do, it’s the right time to support Next For Me with a $25 or more SUPER Membership. SIGN UP We’re podcasting the audio bits of our new book “A Guide to Startups for Dreamers”. Next For Me: A Guide To Startups For Dreamers, Silicon Valley veterans Carole McManus and Jeff Tidwell deliver a philosophical and wide-eyed set of exercises for startup entrepreneurs to see their young companies in a more expansive light. Starting with Your Philosophical Center the book digs into the values, mission, people and associations you make along the way. Then to Fresh Perspectives with techniques founded in open-mindedness, visualization, mapping, and even deja vu. Then back to earth with The Tactical, useful survival techniques for hacking through and having the endurance to stay standing. This week listen to the authors’ Introduction to the book. Thanks for reading. If you enjoy our newsletter, please forward it to your friends or consider making a contribution to support our work. Subscribe here and Follow us on Facebook +++ Recommended: An Annual Research Subscription includes a quarterly TRENDS Report packed with proprietary research culled from Next For Me Events, our journalism, and deep dives from our research team. Understanding the 50+ WorkerA Next For Me Workshop If it’s your job to reach the 50+ audience this is the workshop to understand their interests, aspirations and habits. C-suite executives, marketers and HR pros will all find value in this workshop. Find out more. _____________ Next For Me is a new resource that connects and inspires our generation to evolve post-50 life through new work, a new purpose or a new social contribution. Subscribe to our Next For Me podcast on iTunes. The post I Spent $25K on Healthhcare appeared first on Next For Me.
2 minutes | Jan 22, 2020
Let’s Go! Oh, Healthcare
A Catalyst for ChangeOur new book, Next For Me: A Guide To Startups For Dreamers, is available now! Get the latest news on book events and where to find it, and read and discuss in our free workshop. BOOK NEWS Pasadena this ThursdayWe have a book event in Pasadena on Thursday at CTRL Collective with […] The post Let’s Go! Oh, Healthcare appeared first on Next For Me.
2 minutes | Jan 15, 2020
Events For Change
On the Road AgainWe took San Francisco by storm last week. Hundreds attended our talks and celebrated our message of change. Next up are book events in Pasadena and Los Angeles. In March we’ll be wrangling two events at South by Southwest.ATTEND AN EVENT A Catalyst for ChangeOur new book, Next For Me: A Guide […] The post Events For Change appeared first on Next For Me.
3 minutes | Jan 8, 2020
Thanking Your Mentors
This week we’re honoring those people that made a difference in our lives. Mentors, teachers, and friends that may not have known how much they meant to us and our development. We’re asking the community “Who has been a valuable mentor in your career and what would you say to thank them?” WRITE A THANK YOU […] The post Thanking Your Mentors appeared first on Next For Me.
2 minutes | Jan 1, 2020
Welcome to 2020. At this time of year we’re especially focused on what’s next. Whether it’s a new career, a new business or a new interest in giving back we’ve got you covered with a few of the books that inspired us in 2019. A Guide to Startups for DreamersWe believe that looking at your next […] The post Celebrating You appeared first on Next For Me.
2 minutes | Dec 18, 2019
Startups For Dreamers
Our BookWe believe that building a startup that reflects your values is a great way to proceed with your next act. That’s why we wrote our new book Next For Me: A Guide To Startups For Dreamers. Here’s a synopsis. In their new book Silicon Valley veterans Carole McManus and Jeff Tidwell deliver a philosophical and […] The post Startups For Dreamers appeared first on Next For Me.
3 minutes | Dec 11, 2019
2020 + Shopping + The List
Next Year NowYou may be having that end of the year urge to make “some changes” in 2020. We’re happy to encourage you now before the holidays take over. But first, Shopping! Next For Me Branded GearTell the world you’re looking forward and support our work at the same time. Get Next For Me t-shirts, […] The post 2020 + Shopping + The List appeared first on Next For Me.
3 minutes | Dec 4, 2019
What’s Next? 2020
Next Year NowYou may be having that end of the year urge to make “some changes” in 2020. We’re happy to encourage you now before the holidays take over. If what’s next includes meeting and expanding your network we’d like to help with some of our best resources. Your Social Media PresenceLike it or love it, […] The post What’s Next? 2020 appeared first on Next For Me.
3 minutes | Nov 27, 2019
Thanking Our Networks
Your Evolution and Your NetworkIt’s a perfect time of year to let the many people in your network know that you appreciate them and the contributions they’ve made in your quest for what’s next. We advocate maintaining a diverse network that you regularly tend to, especially when looking at new horizons. If Next For Me is […] The post Thanking Our Networks appeared first on Next For Me.
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