Midlife Crisis is a household name.
There are two Mid Life Celebration Guest bloggers who are not.
Up first, this Sunday, is Erika Liodice, from Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.
Erika found Mid Life Celebration and invited me to be a Guest Blogger at her blog, Beyond The Gray.
Lorie Sheffer is also from Pennsylvania, and from my hometown of Spring Grove. Small World After All.
You’ll find their Midlife perspectives similar, but different.
Click here to read the six steps from an Everyday Health article.
Or, simply read my list that says the same thing, just differently:
- Make your goal impossible
- Start small, I mean seriously small
- Plan on it taking the rest of your life
- Do it for someone else, someone really (significantly) important
- Plan for set backs and mis-steps
- Have fun and reward yourself occasionally
- (Bonus step) Search, and find, your indomitable will along way
Ready, set, go!
Ever heard someone say what you say, but in a different way?
How’d it feel?
Some might feel threatened, because they thought their thoughts were original.
Some rejoice because it validates their thinking and belief system.
For me, it’s the latter.
Click here to go to Brian K. Rice, and his LeadershipConnextions blog. Brian quotes some of Gail Sheehy’s thoughts on Mid Life.
The purpose here today is simple – provide you with links, offering the same thing using different words.
PS. Tomorrow, we’ll revisit yesterday’s question.
Midlife leadership paradox, or, midlife leadership pair of boxes?
Pete Blank used to work as a Leader at The Walt Disney World Resort. Now, he’s an entrepreneur and Leadership coach and professional speaker.
I subscribe to his blog and wanted to share one that is particularly relevant as we pursue a mid life celebration. Click here to read.
As we try so desperately to simplify, we apparently have complicated things and actually made them much worse.
Is this possible?