Look out for Barbara’s second book “Power in Midlife and Beyond: 14 Ways to Create an Authentic Life."
From barbara's clients:
“Thank you so much for your presentation to the Vertex Women's Forum. As usual, I am awed by your message and strong sense of self. I think your message touches women at a very deep level and I'm grateful for the opportunity to hear about your journey.”
— Peggy Bennett, Director of Employee, Team, and Leadership Development, Vertex, Inc.
In Midlife and Beyond, You Deserve To Be Who You Are
Are you bored, need additional income to supplement retirement, trying to find something to do that is joyful or gives you meaning? Are you in conversations with people trying to figure out what comes next? It’s your turn to “be you” and “do you” but don’t know how? Well, you are not alone with these questions.
I believe in midlife and beyond you deserve to enjoy an authentic life doing what comes easy. Wherever you are in transition through midlife and beyond; creating an authentic career and authentic experiences is taking control of how you want to live your life. I help women discover authentic living and understand that there is more to them then they already know. When you discover or rediscover natural strengths your life purpose becomes clear.
Knowing your true self can lead you to financial abundance, joy in living and feeling connected to the core of your destiny.
Barbara can help you:
- Learn “funtastic” tips to discover natural strengths.
- Discover “silver clues” that create powerful “aha” moments.
- Understand the benefits of living an authentic life.
- Learn key steps to make your new authentic life happen.
- Learn strategies to discover an authentic style of leadership.
It’s never too late to begin the archaeological dig to discover your true gifts. Book Barbara for workshop training and speaking engagements. Or, start your personal journey with help from Barbara's books.
From Barbara's Blog
Category: Self-help Activities
One day on a train to New York, I engaged in a conversation about aging with a woman in her mid- to late-50s. We started by sharing our common connections on getting older. We laughed about the sudden pains that have appeared in places not felt when we were younger. We lamented on how we used to have one doctor, but now have a doctor for each of our ailments. She shared how aging has made her feel empty, as if something is missing in her life as she’s trying to figure out what’s next.
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