grow up, not old: make light season 4, episode 13
I’m just back from the Mom 2.0 Summit, and had an amazing time. I plan on doing a longer post synthesizing my thoughts, but one thing that stuck with me (from the panel I was on, talking about pivoting), was how age sometimes plays into how we talk about our futures.
I’m of the opinion that rather than growing old, we should focus on growing up. I explain it all on this week’s episode of The Make Light Show.
And of course, don’t forget:
1) if you have a question or a challenge that you’d like tackled here on The Make Light Show, particularly if it has to do with adding purpose to your career or stepping into your calling more, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org, and you might just see your question answered on an upcoming episode;
2) if you’d like to work on your question or challenge with me one-on-one, coaching awesome people is my passion — so please, don’t hesitate to learn more about my coaching practice (and if coaching looks like something you might be interested in, my first session is free!); and finally,
It’s the last episode of Season 4 — congratulations, you’ve graduated! Here’s your commencement speech.
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Forget about growing old. Let’s grow up.
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