Mid- Life crisis…..we have all heard about it, we try to avoid it, but inevitably we get to a point in time of our lives when we start asking the big questions. Who Am I? Have I ever actually been ME? Have I ever REALLY lived? Is it too late to change things around? Our amazing guest that is here today will shed some light on those questions and much more.
Olga Szakal is the founder of "The Ageless Generation" where she coaches women on "How to Design Your New Amazing Life In 5 Steps”. She’s also the author of "The Mid-Life Crisis Awakening" : How to rise up and become the woman that you were always meant to be, which describes how she was raised with limiting beliefs and her journey from losing her father, going through a divorce, becoming a single mother of four children, to finally discovering who she really was.
Olga is dedicated to share with others like herself, the journey, the steps, the pitfalls and exhilaration of succeeding. You can do it too.
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Can people really change?
That is a question that I believe ranks right up there with some of life’s most interesting questions like, ‘what’s the meaning of life’.
Recently on my Facebook newsfeed, one of my friends posted this question:
“Do people truly change? Say you knew someone years ago who was self-serving, two-faced, user; do you think it's possible for them to REALLY become different people?”
I would like you to take a moment to ponder that question for a couple minutes.
I was surprised at the difference between the comments that were on my friends thread as opposed to when I posed a similar question to my FB friends list.
It definitely shows how the kind of people that you surround yourself with, even on social media, can affect your view on the world.
Suzanne Anderson is a master of transformational learning, a thought leader on resilient leadership and co-author of the triple award-winning book The Way of the Mysterial Woman: Upgrading How You Live, Love and Lead. Her work is dedicated to awakening women to their full potential, urging them to the edge of their own evolution - to be the ones who are able to lead us into a new cultural paradigm.
Over fifteen years of research led Suzanne to discover The Mysterial Way - an emerging leadership model that integrates both Feminine and Masculine capacities, embraces women’s wholeness and addresses all the domains of her unique experience. This multi-faceted, in-depth approach to her work rests on 30 years of study and practice in a grounded spiritual path that remains a vital aspect of her life today.
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