on growing up (not growing old): make light season 4, episode 13
This week Karen talks about how to shift your perspective about growing older — and focusing instead, on growing up.
In this episode:
Kathy Valentine, the wise woman who was on my panel at Mom 2.0 Summit, and the bassist for The Go-Gos.
Kristen Howerton, one of the women on my panel on pivoting, has a great podcast called Selfie.
Jamie Golden’s podcast, Knox & Jamie.
Jen Hatmaker’s podcast, For the Love.
And finally, for more on how to create a Life List, check out the Make Light Show episode on following your curiosity.
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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,
Join me today as I discuss what “home” is — and urge you to go home during these waning days of summer.
Join Karen as she shares her thoughts on the magic of travel — from a garden in Stockholm, Sweden.
Join Karen on her morning walk as she shares the questions she asks herself to help find her purpose.
Join Karen from Savannah, as she shares her thoughts about learning something new as an antidote to aging.
Welcome to the Summer Break! Introducing the soular grooves of DJ Sun.
It’s the end of season 4! Here’s the commencement speech you never asked for.
“War council”? Sounds aggressive. Karen shares why everyone should have one, and how to set one up.
Why we should grow up, not grow old.
Author Mira Jacob returns to talk to Karen about race. And they go in.
Giving yourself permission to be happy might just save the world.