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Episode 68: Taking The Leap - Becoming A Digital Strategist Mid-Career

Our parents graduated, entered the workforce in their twenties, and stayed with the same organization, often in a similar field for the entirety of their careers. 796 more words

Digital Strategist

The Joy of Choosing What You Do

I’ve written before about the freedom of being an entrepreneur. That freedom includes the ability to choose what you do each day in your work. It’s one of the things I love most about being an entrepreneur. 305 more words

Fighting impostor syndrome with experience

I had an important meeting last week. I think it well. If it did, it could mean new, better, and different things for me professionally. So, of course, I am replaying every minute of it and thinking of all the things I didn’t say. 622 more words

Mid-Career

The name's Bond, Jane Bond

British Intelligence chiefs want to recruit more middle-aged and mid-career women in a drive to improve diversity.

Ministers believe that this will help MI5, MI6 and GCHQ to better fight against terrorism and other threats. 152 more words

Psychology

I created this website to chronicle my progress in a new career in media and marketing. I hope this will also be interesting for those who have chosen to start their careers over again, sometimes from scratch! 39 more words

Blog

#uklibchat summary - 1st March: Mid-Career Directions

This week’s #uklibchat on Mid-Career Directions has now been Storified, so you can read the archive here. It was a lively chat (we were even trending at one point!) and lots of ideas were shared for mid-career professional development and planning. 47 more words

Discussion Summaries

Passion is a luxury

I had passion. I was 25 years old, Master’s Degree in hand and a year of full-time service with AmeriCorps under my belt. I was a faithful, faith-filled, world-changing, ass-kicker. 603 more words

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