Podcasts are a convenient way to learn and be informed while commuting, driving, running, doing chores, you name it!
Here are five that we love, and what you can expect from each one of them.
MaturePrenurial with Elaine Benoit
This podcast launched in 2016 by Elaine and Christopher Benoit focused on entrepreneurs who decided to take the leap of establishing their own businesses or encore careers, when they weren´t exactly children.
Browse the series and you will find interviewees of all walks of life who have one thing in common: they didn´t let age get in the way of their goals!
It´s a myth that you can only accomplish your wildest dreams in your youth. Every one of the interviews shows that it´s absolutely never too late to go after what you really want.
Ever Better with Lisa Vogt
Lisa Vogt´s life changed after her breast cancer diagnose.
Far from feeling sorry for herself after treatment and a bilateral mastectomy, she decided to switch gears and make a difference in the global community.
In each episode of the podcast, she interviews people who are living extraordinary lives while continuously learning and improving. They discuss both their struggles and victories.
Midlife is a time of reinvention for many, so if you are walking that path, check out the podcast and see which episodes resonate with you.
Also read: 8 Inspiring blogs by midlife women
Experience50 with Mary Rogers
Mary Rogers started this podcast in late 2015 when she decided to make it a mission to help other people deal with the uncertainty and turmoil that can arise in midlife.
Did we live our best life? Are we ready for a change? What do we want exactly from now on? Rogers´ listeners are between 40 and 65, and all have in common that they want figure out what´s next.
Midlife generally being a time of loss and questions about the past, the present and the future, this podcast is sure to bring some answers.
Midlife Schmidlife with Liz Applegate
Liz Applegate is a certified life coach who helps women reclaim their confidence to recreate their lives and redefine midlife.
She admits she is not a fan of the word “midlife” but she does acknowledge that the middle years are rife with changes and emotional ups and downs.
Like the other podcasters, she once questioned her own place in the world and decided to help other women life a fulfilling and vibrant life, no matter what their age, and that was her reason for launching Midlife Schmidlife.
Hiding in the Bathroom with Morra Aarons-Mele
While the interviewees of this Forbe´s podcast are not all in midlife by any means, their message is sure to resonate with women of any age.
The host, Morra Aarons-Mele, helps listeners create their own version of success even on those days when you feel like not facing the world and simply hiding in the bathroom!
Interviewees share their skills, strategies and AHA! Moments that helped them be successful in life and work. Not to be missed!
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