Mid-Career Professionals

How do I make a mid-career change and reinvent my career path at 40? Help for creative Gen X-ers . . .

mid-career professional

Play To Your Strengths

My career is OK, but can I keep doing it for another 20 years? I'm seeking to be masterful at what I do, but what is that? At this stage of the game every step counts. How do you nail down exactly what your focus is? Are you rethinking retirement? Do you foresee a longer, more rewarding path? For many, this is a question of "when" not "if" they should refocus their career direction. The Careerfinder PLUS program can give you clarity to move forward. » Careerfinder PLUS

Design the Career You Want

I'm more or less successful but tired of the 9-to-5 grind and ready to rethink my career. How do I build something custom-fit and invigorating? Should I be an entrepreneur and create something special? What difference do I want to make? How do I get there from here and what does it take? Our CareerCX program is a customizable course that can help you expediently design, choose, and strategize your next steps toward a new career. » CareerCX

Mid-career Change Strategies : Benefits


  • A successful mid-career change strategy requires in-depth knowledge of your transferable natural abilities and personality.
  • Being masterful is a mid-career strategy for long-term happiness and fulfillment.
  • Building the career you want is possible when you architect a detailed blueprint for the future.


  • Play to your talents, know what opportunities to seize.
  • Refocus and discover what’s most important, make your move count.
  • Make well-informed decisions, strategize and plan a successful career change.
  • Optimize your current situation and position yourself for the next move.


  • Masterful performance is rewarding and puts you in the zone.
  • Avoid poor health from unnecessary stress caused by an ill-suited job.
  • Save time and money by pursuing well-suited positions or advanced education.
  • Meaningful work brings vitality to the job and in other life relationships.


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