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.
Debra Raybold, a coach with neuroscience leadership expertise, shares her outlook on life that can be summarized in one word: mindset. And she reviews a powerful, research-based book that can provide the keys to unlocking potential at any stage of life.
Alison Biggar expands on the economic reality of working past midlife to make ends meet.
Mia reflects on life after college and “finding her why” with the help of this step-by-step, exercise driven workbook.
Jodi Morris gives us her take on essentialism, optimism, and why she isn’t afraid of saying no. “I heard you’re really good at saying no.”
A Look at a Book—The Wisdom of Not Knowing: Discovering a Life of Wonder by Embracing Uncertainty By Estelle Frankel
A Look at a Book is a series I’m hosting to help keep you informed about the latest books having to do with adult development and middlescence. A Look at a Book is an efficient, enjoyable way to stay informed. This is a guest review by Karen Hirsch:
Imagine my surprise when an acquaintance sent me an email, excited about the fact that “middlescence” is Dictionary.com’s word of the day. What really thrilled me is that people are recognizing the word middlescence and the work we are doing to spread the word about the importance of this new life stage in lives of … Read More
I was recently interviewed on Maryanne Live!, a radio show that asks experts, for “insights and common-sense truths” about life. Only this time, it was Maryanne who delivered the most intriguing insight. She asked me: “Barbara, is America going through a midlife crisis?” I hadn’t thought about it like that, and when I did, I … Read More