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Love, Creativity & Business: A Conversation with Maria Rodale

Love, Creativity & Business: A Conversation with Maria Rodale

If you want to hear about the journey of someone who has managed to combine love, creativity and business into a great life, then you will enjoy this podcast with retiring Rodale Inc. CEO, Maria Rodale. A consummate businessperson, mother of three and author in midlife, Rodale has great insight, humor and wisdom about a range of topics. She has parented two daughters into adulthood and is currently raising a teenager. Rodale has sat at the helm of the family…

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Your 60s: Shape Your Wisdom

Your 60s: Shape Your Wisdom

In your late 40s/early 50s you should have done the work of creating your legacy and begun handing it out to the world. Now, entering your 60s, you are in the position of an Elder. This is a revered position in society and it is time to step up and take the mantle.  It is time to think about how you want to live the last third of your life and assess how the wisdom you have gained in life…

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Your 40s – Opportunity For Authenticity

Your 40s – Opportunity For Authenticity

What would you do if given the opportunity to avoid crisis and instead have a rewarding early midlife transition? Now is your chance. When you reach early midlife you reach a significant turning point in life where you are given the opportunity to release the past and evolve further into your own authentic self. We commonly call this a crisis. However a crisis has two components – chaos AND opportunity. Viewing early midlife as an opportunity is the key to…

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Your 50s: Be Visible, Find Your Voice

Your 50s: Be Visible, Find Your Voice

Zoe was a free-spirited flower child who had two children with her boyfriend Joseph in her early 20s. He graduated from college and became, eventually a corporate executive. She raised their children and made a beautiful home for them. In her 40s, she wanted to return to school to finish the degree she never completed. However, the responsibilities of the household, children and managing Joseph’s life and related corporate social activities stood in the way. Joseph had two short-term affairs…

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