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We’re talking about ALL the challenges this time in your life brings with bold honesty and a healthy dose of humor. On this podcast, you’ll find solo episodes that are tactical, actionable, and easy listening! Plus, you’ll find the occasional guest interview with women over 40 who are thriving in my Re•Invented segments.
I’m Kimberly Samson — a personal advisor and business strategist for women in Midlife.
I've held the three loneliest jobs in the world: Commissioned Sales Person, Stay-At-Home Mom and Business Owner. I've transitioned in and out of the workforce several times, striving to balance my family with my own ambition. And I've experienced that lost, ambivalent feeling in Midlife.
I’m here to pull back the curtain on Midlife “crisis” and to show you it’s not too late and you are not too old to use your life experience to create the life you want and deserve.
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"Listening to Kimberly in this podcast makes me want to do more, to be more, in my midlife. Her words are so inspirational, it’s as if she’s speaking directly to me. Her quick wit and wicked sense of humor are just an added bonus."
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Why You Should Start A Business In Midlife
The 5 Stages Of A Long-Term Marriage
Erase Your Midlife Anger
Is It A Midlife Crisis?
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