A recent interview in the podcast Executive Encore with Patricia A. Muir she asked:
“What do you want to be known for?”
“This is a question many of us ask ourselves regularly, especially as we approach or enter our 60’s
This is a time when many of us take stock of our lives and decide whether or not we are on the right track and/or moving in the right direction. It can be a scary proposition to make a change at this stage in our lives, but it’s also an exciting one.”
When we have the opportunity to recalibrate our GPS we set a new course for fulfilment, but, it takes a little
courage and confidence to make a major life change.
In this interview, we explore what it means to find courage and set a new direction in life after 60. Sharing my story of trading a pen for a paintbrush, I hope you too will find the courage to pursue your dreams.
As an artist, I recently presented bold, colourful abstracts in a solo show
at Langdon Hall in Cambridge, Ontario.
I am grateful to share, my work is found in the United States, Europe and Canada.
Join us as we discuss recalibrating your GPS.
Thank you Patricia for the opportunity to be on the other side of the mic.