Mega Reinvention 2016
A Unique Month-Long Online Video Conference that tackles Mid-Life Career Reinvention
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Year = New Career? Unique Month-Long Online Video Conference Tackles Mid-Life Career Reinvention Philadelphia, PA (January 03, 2016) – A month-long online video conference comprised of over 25 live video sessions taught by highly-regarded subject matter experts and dubbed "Mega Reinvention 2016" (www.megareinvention2016.com), will explore significant and deliberate mid-life career change. Launching January 2nd and running through January 31st, 2016, Mega Reinvention 2016's curriculum follows the four phases of the "Reinvention Continuum": Foundational, Visioning, Planning, and Execution. Representative topics include Keynote "The Future of Work;" "How to Evaluate Your Reinvention Risk Tolerance;" "3 Critical Steps You Should Take Now to Transition Your Career;" "How to Engage your Loved Ones as you Reinvent;" and "How to Craft and Present the Reinvented You Through the Content You Produce." This unique virtual program will also offer live interviews of successful "Reinventionists," panel discussions, peer networking, engaging tutorials, and hands-on resources. Sessions will be held in a variety of formats, times of day, and days of the week. Attendees can take part from anywhere and watch live or re-watch on-demand recordings from sessions they missed. Mega Reinvention 2016 is the creation of Hollis Thomases, founder of ReinventionWorks, a digital platform that provides tools, networking, and education for those going through reinvention. After going through two previous career reinventions herself, Thomases was inspired to start ReinventionWorks to provide support for others. “Reinvention is a choice to deliberately pivot one’s career in a new and more gratifying direction," says Thomases. “Too many people feel stuck doing jobs they don’t really love, but they don’t know where to begin to make a transformational change.” says Thomases. “This event gives them the tools they need to begin the journey.” It’s never too late to reinvent. People over age 44 still have more than half their careers ahead of them. Job dissatisfaction affects 51 percent of all employed Americans, roughly 60 million people. Older Americans account for the highest percent of new business startups. And 51 percent of all new U.S. small businesses are started by people over the age of 50. For additional details, contact Hollis Thomases by email at email@example.com, by phone at 484-679-6364, or on Twitter @hollisthomases.
Date & Time
- January 2, 2016
- 11:00AM - 2:00PM