… 2. Re-evaluate your career plan
“Unfortunately in some positions, such as high-pressure sales, an image of youthful good-looks is an unofficial corporate preference,” admits Mr. Zaborniak. “Refocus on roles – like consulting to train sales teams– where gray hair is a perceived asset.” Plus, the process of rethinking your career direction can be a great opportunity to check in with your values and interests. “Rediscover the things in your life that make you feel good,” advises Shirin Khamisa, career counsellor at Toronto’s Careers by Design. The process could spark an unexpected change in direction. …
I highly recommend Careers by Design to anyone who wants to start feeling better now and have a career that really fits who they are.
Rob Arnott, Chief Operating Officer,Paro Strategic Marketing