Where’s my mojo? That seems to be a war cry of mine at least once a month. Luckily, I usually find it within a day and move forward. I’m truly one of the lucky ones who have found something that they LOVE to do, and being able to connect with you on Champagne Living is an incredible joy.
I have friends on the other hand, who are not quite so lucky. One of my friends who lives back in RI is still struggling at the age of 59, trying to figure out what she wants to do with this stage of her life. She’s retired with less money than she needs to live on and is worried that no one will hire her so close to 60. I’ve suggested that she come down to Florida, where the cost of living is much less and there seems to be more opportunity, especially since there are a lot more retirees here, so there’s not as much of an age stigma when looking for work.
Still, she doesn’t even know WHAT it is that she wants to do. When you get to that point and you need to get UN-STUCK, a life coach may be the answer.
While life coaches are a relatively new field, according to CNNit is growing by leaps and bounds. The thought of redesigning ones life is so appealing. Where once we simply went to a career counselor, now we have the opportunity to find a path that is the perfect fit, even in our 60’s.
I’m perfectly happy going to events, living the Champagne life and spending time on my computer letting you in on great ways to do the same, but if I ever get to that point where I’m not quite sure WHAT I want to do next, I know exactly where to go to find out.
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