Is Your Alarm Going Off?

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Are you getting everything you want out of your life right now or have you settled? Is every day full of the same people, circumstances and stressors that you just wish would go away.Does this sound like you? Do you hear yourself saying these things, asking yourself these questions, or actually thinking or doing any of these behaviors?

I'm bored. Is this it? Is this all there is to life?

Where have I been and what have I been doing all my life?

If Mama ain't happy, then nobody's happy!

I gotta go let my hair down with the girls tonight.

Who made up THESE rules anyway!

I know how to work hard for money but there has to be an easier way.

Help! What am I doing? Who am I? What do I do with the next 30 years of my life?

If any of thses comments sound like you, your alarm might be going off. Alarm, you say, what alarm? Why the Mid Life Wake Up Call Alarm! The one that shows up around the age of 38-45 (give or take 5), unexpectedly and blasts you out of a long restful period of sleep.

Some people refer to this as mid life crisis but the word crisis seems too negative and destructive for me, like it's a bad thing or something. I don't believe that it is, I think it is a brilliant time of life and one to embrace with passion and fire.

If any of these statements "ring" true for you and seem familiar, I'd like to offer a solution to waking up to your life, yourself, your passion and purpose. I'd like to invite you to my 4-part tele-class on Discovering Your Purpose. For more information access this link You can also request our FREE e-course on "Wake Up To Your Life - How to Turn Off the Alarm". Your "6 Wake Up Calls" will be delivered to your email box over the next 4 weeks. Email and enter "Wake Up" in the subject line.

Be careful not to jump out of bed too quickly. Give yourself time to stretch; yawn, get the sleep out of your eyes and slowly make it to upright postition. And, I'll meet you at the breakfast table when you are ready for the next step.

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