Join us as we discuss the challenge of finding that next gear when you are buried in the day to day. Tony shares his techniques for visioning that gets his clients to see opportunities they were formally unaware of.
Kathleen joins me to share why she is interested in helping men in their midlife. She describes the science and philosophies in her methods and how her program works. She explains the relationship between our child-like qualities and our personal adult frustrations. Kathleen also discusses how her clients can also benefit from her intensive coaching program from a financial perspective.
How do you know you’re making the best choices? How do you know if you are being honest with yourself or fooling yourself into another dead end? Self-Honesty is essential to make it through Midlife with more wisdom, more depth and more options. Actually, that is true at any age or stage of the game. But how do we get there when we are so good at hoodwinking ourselves? We want to know which thoughts we can trust, and which we can’t.
Mastering Midlife is often about “resilience.” It is also about the “heroes journey.” Renauda Bennett brings all this and so much more. Join us on an all too familiar journey of plans thwarted, dreams crushed and a hard-fought triumph that could not be predicted. Renauda’s story my get current with a beautiful daughter, a thriving career and a crown, but the gold is in the grit, creativity and fortitude we can all relate to and learn from.
Sean Stephenson wasn’t supposed to live 24 hours after his birth. Unfortunately, he did pass, way too soon, at the age of 40. But not until he became “Dr.” Stephenson. Not until he touched the lives of millions. Not until he married the love of his life. Not until he created a whole generation of impactful speakers. Not until he taught the world do dance on YouTube.
Join us as we talk with Mort for 30 minutes of rubber meets the road, real world, effective marriage wisdom. No kidding! Mort brings out the big guns early, and if you listen carefully, and are committed to creating something incredible in your relationship, you will walk away knowing there is a clear path to get there.
Ryan joins me to share how he helps with the family business and how he is trying to become the person he wants to be. He explains the roles of their family members in the company and the different tasks they handle. He describes how he trains to have a healthy growth mindset and the routine he does every morning to get him going. Ryan also shares how he wants people to remember him when he’s gone.
Stephen joins me to share his perspective on why being 60 is the new 40. He describes the importance of spiritual growth and the measures you can take to focus on it. He explains the difference between the goal and the soul line. Stephen also shares his opinions on food advertisements and a holistic approach to health.
I have known Bart Richards for almost 20 years. In an industry (high tech sales) that breeds stressed out, transactional relationships, Bart stood out as a genuine and grounded example of what is possible, even under pressure. We were both in sales in the storage industry (Bart in NY/NJ and me in the DC Area) when 9/11 happened. Our particular industry “disaster recovery” shot to the top of everyone’s priority, and it needed to be fixed yesterday. It was at that time, Bart announced he wanted to “give back” and became a fireman, while excelling at his job and raising his family. Join us as he recounts that journey and shares what service and family have done to both ground him, and fuel his success.
Confession. Atonement. A fearless and searching self-inventory (AA). Religion, 12 Step Programs, and self-help are full of exercises helping us take stock and finding forgiveness with the help of others or a higher power.
What I find often lacking is one more step. Self-Forgiveness. The act of letting ourselves off the hook once another person or G-d does.
Marc joins me today to share his passion for guiding others in their second half of life. He explains the necessity of planning your life beyond retirement age and why having a career is not out of the question. He discusses the concept of his book and what to expect from the third edition. Marc also describes how networking can help you boost your career, especially in midlife. .
In his episode, I share something very personal… My experience with joy, freedom and an unfolding relationship with the nature of reality.
This podcast is usually geared towards real life storied, hero’s journeys, if you will, of both everyday people and a few folks with extra ordinary stories. We talk practical tools, fascinating insights and boots on the ground wisdom. On Friday’s, I share my own thoughts, observations and tools that come from my work with coaches, spiritual leaders, and my experiences with my own clients.
Today Liza will take us behind the headlines and the sensationalism to share the real effects addiction and mental illness have on families regardless of background. Hers played itself out in public, but if you’ve experienced even a fraction of a similar story, you will hear yourself through her experience. Liza brings refreshing realness to a story you thought you knew.
Dr. Bob joins me today to discuss how your gut health impacts your ability to think clearly and feel energetic. He explains how our health affects our personal and professional performance as well as our relationships with others. He discusses what it truly means to be in good health and how small compromises with your health can impact your long-term wellbeing. He also explains how an individual’s health and wellbeing impacts a company’s overall productivity and revenue.
Karen joins me to share what it means to reinvent one’s self during their midlife years. She explains the concept of ageless aging and why midlife doesn’t always happen when you’re forty. She describes how you can expand your network and career opportunities past forty. Karen also shares why reinvention can happen at any age.
Kate joins me today because “divorce” comes up in at least 50% of my conversations. It is a time when normally reasonable, loving people can be at their worst. Who you choose to represent you and how you go about “uncoupling,” can affect the rest of your lives, not to mention the experiences of the children involved. In this episode, Kate walks us through the differences between Litigation, Collaborative Law and the benefits of Mediation. This episode is so useful, I have shared the raw files many times before publication. If you are going through (or have gone through) this, all too common, life experience, I promise you will walk away with invaluable information and insights.
Katherine joins me today to share the event that changed her perception of life forever. She describes what it was like to recover from such a tragedy and how she made sense of the confusion she was left with. She shares the strategies she used to help her cope with fear and helplessness. She also explains how she found a stronger version of herself along her travels.
It sounds so cliché’, but Richard Pryor is an inspiration. Not only because of what he and his family have gone through, but because what he learned about life, and shares every moment with those blessed to know him. I won’t lie, the first few minutes of this conversation are tough. I held back sobs as I tried to ask questions. And, do not miss the opportunity to spend time with this exquisite human. You will leave richer, deeper and profoundly grateful.