Do you find you are collecting skill sets to achieve future success and positions in your career? But what happens when the internal steam for your chosen career runs out mid-career? How do you navigate into a new path? I interviewed my best friend's husband about his 18 year career in higher education only to realize his career path was not fulfilling. He decided to go back to school in his late thirties as a married father of two children in order to build a brand-new, unrelated career path for himself. This insightful conversation is for anyone questioning their career midway through it. I'm so proud of Michael for being able to take the leap and share his brave story.
Michael is an IT professional, skilled presenter/trainer, and experienced project manager. Prior to moving into a new career in IT, Michael served in Higher Education for 18 years in various roles. He was the Director of Academic Support at Marian University in Indianapolis, Indiana, and Assistant Dean of Students at Walsh University in North Canton, OH. Michael is a proud father of two children and a husband to my best friend Amanda. He loves to read, is a water sports enthusiast, has an incredible green thumb and has his black belt.
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