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“One of the hardest parts of a career change or job hunt is figuring out what all your options are and then intelligently evaluating them. In this invaluable guide, career coach Nancy Collamer shows that transforming your passions into profits after leaving your full-time job can be easier (and more fun) than you think! Filled with inspirational stories,pragmatic advice, and tested resources, this book is the ultimate here-is-how-you-do-it guide to earning an income on a flexible basis during your semi-retirement years.”
—Susan Joyce, publisher and editor, Job-Hunt.org
“With ‘retirement’ being threatened, Second-Act Careers will become the recognized lifeline for those seeking income, newly defined meaning, and purpose in their lives.”
—Dan Miller, author and life coach, www.48Days.com
“Second-Act Careers is an invaluable resource for anyone considering ways to earn income during retirement. Well-respected career coach Nancy Collamer provides terrific, practical information about a wide variety of full-time and part-time jobs as well as thoughtful exercises to help you figure out what you’d like to do next and where.
Whether you’re interested in freelancing, temping, launching a business, getting into direct sales, becoming a franchisee, or starting an encore career, this book will provide a handy roadmap to reach your second act’s destination.”
—Richard Eisenberg, editor, Work & Purpose Channel, Nextavenue.org
NANCY COLLAMER, MS, is a career coach, author, and speaker who is an expert at helping people create lifestyle-friendly careers. In private practice since 1996, Nancy gained national prominence as the Career Transitions columnist for Oxygen Media and as the founder of the popular websites MyLifestyleCareer.com and Jobsandmoms.com. She holds a MS in career development from the College of New Rochelle and a BA in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Her advice has been featured in numerous media outlets, including NBC Nightly News; the New York Times; CNN; the Wall Street Journal; Redbook; Ladies’ Home Journal; More O, The Oprah Magazine; and Fortune. She has written columns about lifestyle friendly careers for a number of major websites, including AARP.org, MariaShriver.com, NextAvenue.org, and Job-Hunt.org. Nancy enjoys sharing her expertise with live audiences, both large and small, and has spoken at venues ranging from Harvard Business School to the California Governor and First Lady’s Conference on Women.
When not at work, Nancy loves spending time at her home in Old Greenwich, Connecticut, with her husband, Joel, their two daughters, Danielle and Juliana, and her one-eyed cat, Annabelle. She is a rabid UNC Tar Heel basketball fan and a proud card-carrying member of AARP.
In my late 50's, I've been feeling the walls closing in around me at a marketing company I've been with for thirty years. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Kevin Burns
I enjoyed reading this book. It' packed with a lot of useful and practical information. I would recommend it to other people my age looking for new ways to reinvent themselves.Published 3 months ago by Celia
Great ideas for creating an all new you, or to enhance a Portfolio Career.Published 5 months ago by Lynn Williamson
After reading this book I have changed the way I search for jobs. I was feeling hopeless in competition with the younger college grads that I have been competing against in the job... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Pegi
Nothing particularly new here. But well annotated and full of links to sites that are useful. Substance is unfortunately lacking.Published 7 months ago by Terry L. Johnson