Dear Friends, I was thrilled to appear on CBS This Morning April 30th to talk about middlescence. After the interview—my first on national television–I received dozens of messages expressing sentiments like this: ‘I want to make sure that I’m not spinning my wheels. I want to feel successful and I’m not always sure what that means or if … Read More
A few months ago, I had the opportunity to be on a panel with Candice Kumai at Thrive Global and Quaker Oats’ Rise & Thrive event. Once we met and became familiar with one another’s work we shared our surprise: how hadn’t we crossed paths until now? There is such synchronicity between the very concept of … Read More
Mia plunges into the life of self-taught woodworker Gary Rogowski, a 44-year-old craftsman who found mastery by choosing to repot himself.
Looking ahead early for the new year and reflecting on this year, what would you like to make happen in 2019? Want more worksheets like this? Subscribe to News You Can Use, Barbara’s blessedly infrequent e-mail newsletter. Download PDF Version
Lisa Kavanaugh breaks down The Crossroads of Should and Must, inviting us to get clear on our intention for our time and our life.
Jaye Chen reviews Wisdom at Work: The Making of a Modern Elder, a call for mid-career individuals to bring their experience to companies and reimagine the workplace.
Barbara Waxman reviews Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace & The Will To Change, which offers a comprehensive review of diversity and how it can transform not only the workplace, but also our everyday lives.
Mia Hagerty reviews Eyes Wide Open and reflects on success, perspective, and the importance of living life as though you’re on a desert island.
Barbara Waxman shares her thoughts on Dan Buettner’s book, The Blue Zones Solution, and how one little phrase has had a massive impact on her life.