“The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation, and go to the grave with the song still in them.”
Henry David Thoreau
Your 1st Act
You’re over 40, and you’ve busted your arse for decades trying to build the life you were told to build.
Your 2nd Act
You’re dissatisfied with that life. You’ve decided it’s time to reinvent yourself and live with purpose, on purpose.
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If you’re over 40, right now is the best time to blaze your own trail and reinvent yourself.
Blaze Your Own exists for middle-aged men who’ve completed their apprenticeship – their ‘first act’ – but want the next act to start giving them a life.
Perhaps this is you. Despite working insanely hard, taking risks, climbing the corporate ladder or running your own business you might be asking, “Is this as good as it will get?”
If this feels familiar, you’re a member of a very large club. Chances are you’d love to shift gears a bit and start living a life that excites and energises you. Well, the good news is, you have a lot more going for you than you realise. Your life experience – warts and all – affords you the kind of advantages the young guys don’t have, and these advantages put you in a great position to reinvent yourself in your second act! That’s what Blaze Your Own is all about – helping you avoid (or vanquish) a midlife crisis so you can reinvent yourself and live happy.
One more thing. I’m writing a book right now that’ll be on sale this year (2017). It’ll walk you through some of the best things I’ve learned about reinventing yourself in your middle years. It’s shaping up to be a very powerful tool for creating your second act – the one where you get to do what you really love and get paid for it! If you subscribe to Blaze Your Own before the pre-launch I’ll make sure you get a copy for free!
It’s time for your second act.
“I really connected with Blaze Your Own. I saw myself in the words I was reading and it was reassuring and sometimes a little confronting. It helped me to get off my arse and change some things in my life that I have been meaning to do and just never made time for. Well worth it for anyone from 30 up!”