This January 2014 article from the Stanford Graduate School of Business revisits the idea of how changing your career trajectory every 10 years or so can lead to greater innovation, success and meaning in your work. As Dean of Stanford GSB Ernie Arbuckle said about fifty years ago, “Repotting, that’s how you get new bloom . . . you should have a plan of accomplishment and when that is achieved you should be willing to start off again.”
If you would like to explore what “repotting” in your career could look like, please contact me.