We’re hitting a major milestone – the 100th episode of the Second Act Stories podcast.
Over the past two-and-a-half years, we’ve met and profiled some amazing people. Many are pursuing not-for-profit work. Some have started a new business. And others have turned a hobby into a full-time pursuit. But pretty much across the board, all of them are a heck of a lot happier in their new roles.
Looking back at the 100 episodes, we’ve pulled together 6 key takeaways on second acts:
1. Find What Feeds You
2. For Inspiration, Look Back To Your Childhood
3. Expect Barriers – Lots of Them
4. Trauma Often Triggers A Second Act
5. There Are Leapers And There Are Planners
6. You’re Never Too Old To Make A Change
And to offer proof points for each takeaway, we’ve shared short interview segments with Chris Donovan, Nasim Alikhani, Cathy Heying, Anne Moss Rogers, Mary Robinson and Susan Goldfein.
Sit back and enjoy our Second Act Masterclass. And as a special bonus, we’ll also introduce you to Scott Merritt who will be joining the Second Act Stories podcast as a co-host later this year.
4 thoughts on “Second Act Masterclass: 6 Key Takeaways From 100 Episodes”
I’m honored to be one of your first 100. I listen to all them and they’re fantastic, well edited and always interesting
Andy, glad to have found your podcast. Would love to talk to you about what I am doing with my show Hey, Boomer.
Congratulations on 100 episodes!! What a wonderful accomplishment.
Linda & Warren
I’m so thrilled and honored to be part of your 100th episode. I’ll be sure to share.