Her desire for intellectual challenge led Susan to go back to school full-time, first studying creative writing, then getting her Master’s in Liberal Arts.
In your coaching experience, what are women looking for when they come to you for help in midlife?
Typically, women who seek out coaching are looking for what I call "more, better, different." There's usually nothing "wrong." No horrible problem that needs to be fixed. Rather, it's -- and I'm dating myself here -- the Peggy Lee syndrome: Is that all there is? These women are smart, successful, accomplished AND they want to do something more meaningful in their life.
When Lisa visited Italy at 56, she didn’t want to leave; so she quit her job, sold most of her belongings, and moved to Florence three months later.