Midlife is a good time to reevaluate what you have thought is true about life, and possibly say no to your notions.
What is something you believed in your 30’s that you no longer believe?
Asking for a friend
I had fun asking my friends on Facebook to share beliefs they once had in our 30’s
Here are a few that I love:
60 is old.
My jeans had to be a certain size.
It’s not possible to train for a marathon at my age.
I had to be the peace maker.
People who had a lot of money had no problems.
What are yours?
I’m convinced that we all have notions that we might be ready to ditch.
Midlife is the perfect time to break free and truly live!
What are notions that you no longer believe?
OH… and while we are asking… where the heck did these notions come from? Who makes up the rules anyway?
It’s so fascinating to think about, but maybe it never occurred to you to reevaluate what you believe.
Let me encourage you to get curious about some of your notions that may need to be ditched.
I think everything is up for questioning.
Do you have to be a certain size to be happy?
What age is too old?
Why not train to run a marathon at 50?
Your answers could be a clue to how your second half of life will go.
Are you ready to ditch the notions you once believed? If you can, life has endless possibilities!
Some notions you no longer believe could be due to hardships and unexpected twists in the road. Even when life does not go as planned, I’ve seen resiliency that truly inspires me.
It is never too late to create new notions, see life with new possibilities.
You might recognize some notions, but are not convinced you could move past them.
I am confident that I can help you say yes to life. It is time to discover what your notion of fun is, what matters most to you and to fall in love with life.
Most of all I’d love to help you define life on your terms.
I invite you to take the first step by scheduling a chat with me. I can send you my calendar link. It is simple to pick a date/time that works for you.
Here’s to embracing new notions!
And the birds fluttered around her writing “YES” in the sky.