Career Advice For A 40-Year-Old From A 60-Year-Old

“Work is a team sport. You are not going to reach your objectives unless you help other people reach their objectives. Make time to make other people successful.”

Tina Seelig, author of Insight Out: Get Ideas Out of Your Head and Into the World, thinks there’s enough career advice out there for recent graduates already so she took a different tact in this post.

She shares seven career tips she wishes she knew when she was 40, including that there isn’t only one time to launch a career, it’s important to identify advocates, and that you must approach your work with a clear intention.