Career Relaunch™
Career Relaunch™
Feb 15, 2017
Letting Your Career Evolve with Anne Lipton- CR14
Play • 25 min

Your career can take turns outside of your control, and when that happens, you have a  choice between taking charge of the situation or allowing yourself to get knocked down. In this episode of Career Relaunch, Anne Lipton a former neurologist & dementia specialist turned writer & speaker discusses doing what you love, not just what you know and embracing the idea of stepping off the beaten path in your career. I also share some thoughts on how allowing your career to evolve can open up exciting, meaningful new doors in your professional life.

Key Career Insights

  1. When life throws you an unexpected twist in your career, you always have a choice about how to make the most of the situation and embrace the change.
  2. You are braver than you may imagine. Career obstacles are a way of testing our limits, and you may be surprised how much you can accomplish if you rise to the challenge.
  3. Don’t just stick with what you know. Pursue what you love in order to create the most fulfilling story for your career.

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About Anne Lipton, Writer & Speaker

Anne Lipton is an MD/PhD Neurologist and dementia specialist who has transitioned from clinical practice and research to writing (fiction and non-fiction). She serves on the medical advisory board for Cariloop, a health-care start-up specializing in helping people make advance and current care plans and find the best in-home and long-term care solutions for elderly loved ones.

Be sure to follow Anne on Twitter and check out her Common Sense Guide to Dementia For Clinicians and Caregivers book and Facebook page.

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