It’s Never Too Late to Find a Meaningful Career

Are you fulfilled in what you’re doing for your career?

If COVID and the last couple of years have taught us anything, it’s that the world can change quickly. Life can change quickly. And if we want to have the best Third Age we can, finding fulfillment in our work can be wildly important.

You might be thinking it’s too late to change careers or make any kind of move – but that’s not true!

If you’ve been toying with the idea of changing what you do to do something you love, we’ve got an updated classic to help you make an informed decision and find your next meaningful career.

What Color is Your Parachute!

The World’s Most Popular Career Guide

Originally released in 1970, you may or may not be familiar with or even have used What Color is Your Parachute in the past. 

As we make career changes because of layoffs or the desire to be truly fulfilled in what we do, the decades of experience of this book is needed more than ever.

Updated in 2021, this edition features the latest resources, strategies, and perspectives on today’s job market. You’ll discover advice on what works – and what doesn’t – so you can focus your efforts on tactics that yield results. 

You’ll learn how to build an online resume, use social media to network efficiently, how to interview virtually, and negotiate the salary that you deserve.

Design Your Ideal Career

If you’ve ever read What Color is Your Parachute, you’ll know that at its core is the original Flower Exercise. Designed and created by Richard N. Bolles, this exercise will help you design your ideal career around your passions, transferable skills, traits, and life.

Going through his exercise will help you to be ready for that career change and be prepared for everything that comes with it.

Many reviewers mention how thoughtful and helpful the book is in helping them to discover what they actually want to do and preparing them to make that career change. They also love the concrete steps and advice!

There’s no need to change careers into another thing you don’t love. Grab your copy of What Color is Your Parachute and discover your next dream career.