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The two most under rated reasons to be remarkable at your job

These two Baby Boomers are having a blast! (left to right: jeff noel, Randy Sturgeon)

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The two most under rated reasons to be remarkable at your job:

  1. You will have way more fun
  2. You become incredibly marketable if you want to leave

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Being Brave

Being Brave Means Putting A Plan In Place, And Being Willing To Detour But Not Quit

Detour the path if need be, but not the goal.

Nine days into 2012, are you (still) feeling brave? It’s up to us to feel this way. Every single day. Midlife Celebration’s plan has detoured, going places never intended. None of these was ever intended: wellness expert, work life balance expert, The Internet’s Only Five-A-Day Blogger, Cub Scout Chaplain, prolific blogger.

Two questions:

  1. Are you willing to detour?
  2. Are you willing to quit?

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Being Brave

Today Brings A New Year, Will 2012 Bring A New, Better, Braver You?

Will Bravery Be Your Beacon?

To those Baby Boomers who are brave enough to believe in the power of their dreams comes a crossroads, an intersection in life, between fear and bravery. We get to choose between moving forward with courage (finally), or stepping aside (yet again) for those who are answering their call.

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Common Sense

It Would Seem Like A Common Sense Decision To Go, To Make Mistakes, To Make Progress

How many in that cemetery, on their death bed, said they would have done it differently

The beautiful and wonderful thing about humans is that each of us is made so uniquely special. Deep down, every Baby Boomer knows this. As we get older, wiser, and more anxious about death (if we’re smart), we can leverage this moment in our lives – to do something great.

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When We Go, We Make Mistakes, But We Also Make Progress

We Boomers should love a good mistake as much as meat eaters love a good beefsteak. Ultimately, the only thing holding anyone back is the fear of making mistakes. Lack of resources like money, time, experience, connections…all of these are excuses masking the fear of failure.

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