Happy 4th of July Everyone!
I find now that you see this bit of debate between the time frame in which someone can achieve success. The younger you are, you can make it in certain industries or careers; but as you get older the playing field isn’t balanced or even fair in treatment. I know that age discrimination is real! But how do or does it get exposed more or even shifted into more of an advantage for those that are aging?
I had a client this week, keep identifying his desire to hire someone who they felt needed to be young with energy. I understand it, as I told him, but seasoned with knowledge and the ability to help him get where he needs to be should be a criteria as well or at least have the same opportunity. In addition, some people are in career transition and are just as willing to learn, as the young person with impressionable minds or the eagerness to learn…so don’t leave them out.
I found this article which notes #celebrities and #models of all industries that didn’t do what we may consider great things or even just start their career until 40 – #VeraWang didn’t design her first dress until she was 40; Robin Chase cofounded #ZipCar at 42; and this list goes one.
As the article says “It’s Never Too Late!” Read Here
40 Is The New Forty
A friend just turned me onto this website. Keeping an eye on it…see what you think.
More on how we are strong and powerful – The Conversation
Jill Scott graces the cover of Essence magazine talking about coming into 40, motherhood and love. Does 40 make you more aware of your needs versus your wants? Do you stop existing and start living?
Hope Springs stars Meryl Streep (Love her!), Tommy Lee Jones (love him!) and Steve Carrell. It’s a must see for all the married couples who have lost that connection. While raising kids, sometimes the connection gets lost and that’s not fiction. So many couples I know (and I was one) are just like the characters, Kay and Arnold – some not even married 30 years. Make it a part of your to do list. And let me know what you think.
It hit me one day, while watching “The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet” on Lifetime, that the new culture is 40. Not only having a baby at the age of 40, the transition that comes with entering this age is more than a notion. With re-entering the world of journaling, I shared with my over 40 friends my thoughts and feelings, and the journey was the same – men, business, children and sex. So why not blog about it…
40: Life After Birth! Happy Blogging…
“To my Forty and over crew! Don’t believe the hype…We DO get better with age!” Jada Pinkett Smith
I still struggle with wearing a two-piece after having a little one and the belly fat that seems to stay. But to the gym I go after seeing this woman. Love Jada!