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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.
Great book which provides a variety of ideas for careers after retirement. I highly recommend to all who are trying to figure out what they want to do next.Published 10 days ago by Jacqueline Diamond
excellent reflective review to help work past biases and personal resistance. Book helped focus my wild thoughts and grandiose plans into actionable points.Published 14 days ago by Skeptic60
Good book to stimulate thinking "outside the box" about new work possibilities. Offers lots of references for further insights and exploring new avenues.Published 1 month ago by Michael Huffman
I'm 75, and so it is unlikely that I will start up a new career, but I just wanted to see. Author backs up each suggested business (such as coaching) with specific links to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by William S Hogate
Got a lot more out of this book than I thought I would! Good info especially for resources and in self tests on how to find your passion. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Campbell
This is a good book with many ideas for alternative career paths and/or additional income sources. The large number of references are very helpful.Published 5 months ago by aphrodite1999
Thanks Nancy for writing this book. I read this book and it really made me think of a lot of things, that I never would have thought about. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Barb B