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Women in midlife face a lot of uncertainty and questions about their identity once the kids grow and leave the nest. Many are dissatisfied with their professional life and future prospects for employment. Add to that the nagging questions, “Have I done enough?” and “What will I do with the rest of my life?” and things are a mess. Wouldn’t it be nice to find a book to help sort everything out and show you a way to move forward? If you agree, this podcast is for you.

In today’s mini podcast episode, we find out…

  • How a book by two engineering professors from Standford can help women in midlife figure it all out (or at least some of it).
  • Why this book is a Messy Middle favorite.
  • Janine’s greatest self-help epiphany.
  • Why we don’t need to have it all figured out at 25, 35, 45, ever.
  • Why failure is a gift and not a tragedy.
  • We know you love it, so press play and let’s hit the road.

Resources:

Designing Your Life Website

Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Messy Middle Road Trip podcast! If you enjoyed today’s show, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rating and review to help us reach even more women fearlessly navigating the middle of life. Don’t forget to visit us on Facebook or Instagram to see what’s happening over there.

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