Talk about Life Transition…
By the age of 25, Jane Pauley had moved from her local new station in Chicago straight to The Today Show. She remained at The Today Show for thirteen years before moving on to Dateline-NBC and her own short-lived daytime talk show, The Jane Pauley Show in 2004. Then, in her late forties, she found herself unemployed and needing a new direction.
In her newly released book, Your Life Calling: Reimagining the rest of your life, she shares how she recreated her career. She has an amazing Life Reimagined video series and is AARP’s TODAY show contributor on behalf of “Life Reimagined,” an informative monthly series on NBC.
“AARP knows the future is bright for a generation that’s going to remain healthy and vital for 20, 30, 40 more years. AARP has the information and resources people need throughout their process of reinvention. This can be a time of great productivity, meaningful work, pleasure, creativity and innovation.” ~Jane Pauley
You can learn more about Jane Pauley and her work with AARP and reinventing her life (and the other people she showcases who are doing that very same thing) at the AARP Life Reimagined site.