Career Change After 40 Podcast Guest Application
Are you a woman who has made - or is in the process of making - a significant career change after the age of 40?
Do you want to share your story to inspire others to consider their own career reinvention later in life?
THIS NEW PODCAST SERIES WILL SHOWCASE A WIDE RANGE OF STORIES FROM WOMEN AT DIFFERENT AGES AND STAGES OF THEIR CAREER CHANGE, WORKING IN ALL TYPES OF ROLES AND INDUSTRIES SUCH AS:
- leaving a ‘traditional job’ to start your own thing
- transitioning to work in a totally new industry
- leaving your own business to become an employee
- working with a not for profit in some way
- embracing the gig economy and working to suit your lifestyle
- you work in an unusual industry or role,
- or you do something for work that others think would be super glamorous and you can share real insights from the other side...
This series is NOT about sugar coating, or only sharing the shiny side of career change – we want to really explore and share the inspiration, the challenges, the pivot points, the highs and the lows so others can dive into their own career change with eyes wide open about the road that lies ahead...
If you’d like to be part of this exciting new podcast series, please apply below and I’ll be in touch about next steps.
Hi, my name is Shandra,
Before creating The Transit Lounge, I've had an eclectic career and a couple of career changes…
Highlights include being a National multi-award winning Promotions & Marketing Director in the dynamic Radio industry, Talent Manager for a TV Series, and Head of People & Operations at a human performance consultancy.
I’m also a qualified Executive Coach, have completed the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction [MBSR] program, an internationally accredited Money Breakthrough Coach, host of The Transit Lounge Podcast and co-authored an international best selling book.
In late 2014 I had a health wake up call and was diagnosed with severe adrenal fatigue. This led me to have some serious ‘shut up, think and feel time’ and to the decision to leave my corporate role, at age 42.
That time also led me to ask some big questions… It allowed me to reconnect with my passions of communication, and personal leadership, to be continually learning and growing and to use that knowledge to assist others to bring the best of who they are to what they do.
I believe it’s possible for us to live in a world where every person you interact with is doing work they love – or is it transit to get there – and so I want to help as many people as possible to earn great money, doing what they love – without burning out.