“Reinvent yourself over and over and over and over and over until you find home. There is no timeline for the soul.” Malebo Sephodi
If you’re feeling bored, frumpy, restless or lumpy something’s got to change. Midlife is the time to redefine, recreate remix, reinvent… who you are and today’s guests are going to help you do just that.
Our first guest, Sarah Milken is the creator and host of the podcast, “The Flexible Neurotic” where she is normalizing and inspiring, midlife reinvention as she remixes and mixes up her own life.
Then to inspire you, we’re talking to Diane Patton aka the confidence expert. She empowers women leaders to overcome trauma, adversities and challenges to find their voice and stand up with courage to advocate for themselves and others in their workplace and community.
Here’s what we’re covering:
How to go from blah to feeling sexy, edgy, and liberated
How do find your passion
What the midlife hamster wheel is and how to jump off
What holds midlife women back
Finding balance at midlife
Three critical things you need to become or maintain confidence
The most effective strategies take when you want to speak up and be heard
It’s power packed show that will help you shine!
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More About My Guests
Sarah Milken is the creator and host of the podcast, “The Flexible Neurotic,” which is normalizing and inspiring midlife reinvention. This podcast is about Sarah and her female listeners recreating themselves in the second half of life, together. As a woman, on this self-recreation journey, she is inspiring women to take small steps and feel the motivation towards self-reinvention. New to the podcast scene, with a quickly growing podcast listener base, Sarah has amassed thousands of Instagram followers and has created a dedicated and engaged community. Prior to beginning this podcast, Sarah received her PhD in Educational Psychology at the University of Southern California and taught in the graduate school of education at USC. Sarah has served on several philanthropic boards and a Los Angeles private school. After taking time off to raise her two children (now teens), she realized she needed to recreate herself and capitalize on all of her strengths, hence the Flexible Neurotic podcast was born.
Known as the confidence expert, Diana Patton empowers women leaders to overcome trauma, adversities and challenges to find their voice and stand up with courage to advocate for themselves and others in their workplace and community. With a passion for social justice and equality, Diana partners with corporate leaders to integrate diversity, equity and inclusion into the fabric of their organizational culture. She is a civil rights attorney and founder of Rise with Diana and the Rise Advocates Academy, a personal and professional development program enabling women leaders to increase their confidence, find their calling, fulfill their potential, advocate for causes and make a greater impact through their work and in their community. Diana is the author of Inspiration in My Shoes and This Yogi’s Journey: 50 years of life lessons, wisdom, and inspiration, over 50 days, through the lens of Ashtanga Yoga.