Getting Started on your Roadmap to Meaningful Midlife

by Mary on July 31, 2007 · 1 comment

Hello!

Welcome to my blog! My name is Mary Radu and I’m a certified Personal Coach based in the San Francisco Bay area. Although I have a web site and have conducted many, many lectures and seminars, I want to reach out to people in a casual fashion to introduce a program I’m very proud of, called the Roadmap to Meaningful Midlife™. I’d also like to use this space to answer some basic questions you might have about personal coaching.

I plan to update this blog at least twice a month so please check back often. In it I’ll be offering some useful thoughts on topics that have been useful to my clients that I hope will give you some new insights and perspectives to consider for situations you find in facing challenges your own midlife challenges. This is well-worth the price of reading and checking in right?! I’ll also be answering your questions and steering you towards products, books and studies (not just my own!) that can help you get what more meaning and focus in your life.

Lots of people enter the phase of Midlife thinking: What’s next? They know there’s more, they want more and yet they don’t know how to get there. I can help them because I’ve got the map! More specifically, the Roadmap to Meaningful Midlife.

Do you or does someone you know pose these questions?

  • How do I successfully transition into the next phase of my life based on what’s most important to me?
  • How can I enter retirement with a clear action plan for how to make the most out of this next phase of my life?
  • How can I move forward confidently on my life journey with clear direction and purpose?

I’ll be answering these questions in future Blogs. Please keep returning to visit my blog for tips on how to navigate through these questions and many others!

This is the start of a meaningful friendship. I look forward to hearing from you!
—-MARY

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sissiloveslabella September 29, 2007 at 12:03 am

This type of thing has been absent in the coaching arena for too long. Bravo Mary!

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