Alcoholic’s in recovery have figured out that it is harder and more painful to keep doing what they are doing than to try a new path.
Midlifers also realize something has to change, and at some point, they muster the motivation to do so.
Dallas joins me today to discuss the four key pillars to move forward after experiencing an unexpected change, such as the loss of a job. He explains why change can begin only when you’ve become clear on what you truly want and what you’re comfortably willing to do to achieve it. He explains why clarity is often so elusive for many people, especially midlifers. He demystifies common misconceptions people have on what boundaries truly are and how the process of discovery and developing self-awareness impacts your ability to achieve clarity. He also explains what a “living visual” is and why it’s okay for your wants and desires to evolve as you reach midlife.
Dr. Marta joins me today to share the four key questions middle-aged people should ask themselves and how it can help them determine their future health.
She explains why the death rates for middle-aged people are on the rise, despite the life expectancy rates continuing to climb and why it’s critical for us to pay closer attention and take better control over our health.
Part 2/2. Before 40 our body takes care of us. After 40, we need to return the favor. What we ingest (food, liquid, supplements, media, relationships) inform our quality of life more than any other factor. Titus Kahoutek doesn’t stop at “eliminating sugar.” He has us commit to a deep partnership with our own well-being. And it’s amazing.
Part 1/2 | Before 40 our body takes care of us. After 40, we need to return the favor. What we ingest (food, liquid, supplements, media, relationships) inform our quality of life more than any other factor. Titus Kahoutek doesn’t stop at “eliminating sugar.” He has us commit to a deep partnership with our own well-being. And it’s amazing.
What do you do when you are in the last few innings of an outstanding career but you are not quite ready to retire? How do you use all that experience and knowledge to stay in the game, but on your terms?
What do you do with an experienced team member who begins to “age out” of his role, but is still immensely valuable to the organization?
Paul is a force of nature when it comes to influencing us all to take a look at our state of mind. He uses his powerful experiences, having his father committing suicide at a young age, to get us and all of society to bring Mental Health conversations out of the shadows. In this episode, we talk about the signs to look for, the tools to avail yourself of and the dangers of “social perfectionism.” You will not want to miss this one for yourself or a loved one. We are all effected.
Midlife brings grief in all flavors. Yes, death and loss of loved ones, but also in job loss, fading youth and vitality, heck – even losing your phone. Diana helps us understand how grief presents itself (it’s not always how we think), how to process and ultimately move through to find the gifts and deeper experiences.
You can have great sex in midlife (and beyond), but first you need to know some things. Monica takes us on a journey to knowing ourselves, the changes in our bodies and in our needs so we can learn to enjoy “this most passionate and powerful time in our lives.” If you want to bring intimacy and sensuality into your life and your relationship, I promise this two part conversation will deliver.
Helen brings her years of experience managing a billion-dollar business, raising a family and juggling the responsibility that comes with having it all. Our conversation explores the unique journey being a woman climbing the corporate ladder, the constant pull of being a working mother and how to win this marathon (hint, don’t sprint it).