Best Midlifecrisis podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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This is the My Midlife Crisis Podcast by Matt Bock.
 
Is the realization you are officially “middle aged” totally screwing with your head? Does the fact that all the favorite bands of your youth are now doing “reunion tours” give you a paradoxical feeling of joyful melancholy? Does realizing you can’t lecture your kid about their tattoos and/or piercings without them bringing up yours give you a headache? Wondering how in the hell you are still out marching about the same bullshit you were back in your Riot Grrrl days? Well you are not alone! L ...
 
Women in the Middle is a podcast for women in their 50s who don’t want to let life pass them by. You’ll learn from someone who knows what it’s like to be stuck in a midlife funk and want to change but not know what to do. Master Certified Life Coach Suzy Rosenstein shares the mindfulness skills, tools and perspective you need to live intentionally, learn how to dream again, and create a life you love. Download a free guide to help you start living a life without regrets at http://suzyrosenst ...
 
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Midlife Schmidlife is a podcast hosted by Liz Applegate, a Midlife Empowerment Coach, multi-passionate midlifer and empty nester. Join Liz as she interviews people over the age of 40 who are redefining midlife, discovering new passions and going after their dreams. Join Midlife Schmidlife as inspiration to turn your “maybe someday's” into today.
 
Decisions made. Lessons learned. Paths taken. Find out how people with unusual career & life journey end up where they are. New episode every other Thursday. LEARN MORE: pathfinderspodcast.com
 
Veteran journalist Linda Grasso candidly converses with the world’s most fascinating women about their bold, innovative—and sometimes badass moves. In each 30-minute show, Linda deconstructs the daring pivots and forward-thinking mindsets that have enabled her guests to go from dream to do. Key tips, radical inspiration and everything in between. Whether seeking a new path, passion or purpose, SheSez is the master class for crafting your next chapter.
 
Thought-provoking talks and expert interviews about male midlife crisis, purpose, relationships, personal growth, and the science of happiness / positive psychology. For men at midlife who want more connection, purpose, fun, and authenticity. Hosted by Steve Hingle. A program of MidlifeCrisisCoaching.com. Theme music: "Drifting On" by Jeff Andrews; "Brown County Bound" by Rev. Peyton's Big Damn Band; and "Buckbreak" by Ken Hamm.
 
Peter Fritz is a twice-divorced, twice-broke mid-lifer who eventually got his sh*t together. On this podcast, he (and sometimes his guests) talk about midlife reinvention through the lens of meaningful work, and reclaiming your freedom by working from home - or indeed, anywhere you choose. He also tackles money issues like debt and consumerism (through his own painful experience); and living a happier, more intentional life. Ultimately, this show is about filling your backpack with whatever ...
 
Second Half Comeback is the podcast where we help ordinary, everyday people redesign the second half of their lives to finally create an extraordinary world for themselves and their families.The idea is to study successful transformation stories and then break down that information into a detailed, specific action plan so that you can execute your own Second Half Comeback.
 
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Popular Outcasts
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The Popular Outcasts are three Pre-Midlife Crisis gentlemen from Central Pennsylvania. United in their love of podcasts such as the Nerdist, Doug Love Movies, and WTF with Marc Maron, these three losers decided to make a podcast of their very own.
 
Set in Florence's Anglo-American colony in the late 19th century, this is a romantic story of a middle-aged man, returning to the scene of his first but disappointed love twenty years earlier. The doings of Americans abroad were staples of the fictions of Henry James and Edith Wharton, but Howells’s view is rather different. As John Updike has said of it, “the felicity of the writing makes us pause in admiration….A midlife crisis has rarely been sketched in fiction with better humor, with ge ...
 
Midlife crisis!Join us for 4 weeks as we explore how Christ challenges us to find our midlife identity in Him.
 
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Givin' Off Sparks
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Givin Off Sparks will release a single on July 8th 2016. This podcast will document their progress. This is not a midlife crisis
 
What kind of lessons and teachers should I seek for my kids? For me! From beginner wannabe shredder rockers to midlife crisis adults, to college degree holding commercial musicians, the ONLY way to get good, is to PRACTICE.
 
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Liz Applegate sits down with Marieke Bosch Larose. a Certified Martha Beck Life Coach. She is the founder of Your Novel Life, the coaching practice she founded in 2014. This episode is another segment of "How She Got Started". Marieke's story is one that tragedy showed her her mortality and caused an awakening to help others. She reminds us tha ...…
 
You may have wondered at some time in your life: How can I make difference? How can I do something meaningful? If I’m not a born leader, can I still make a mark on the world? In her new book, Purposeful: Are You a Manager or a Movement Starter?, Jennifer Dulski explains how you can turn your mission into a movement that creates change—wheth ...…
 
I'm neck-deep in an exciting new project right now, so thankfully, my amazing sister's come to the rescue with another fresh take on middle-age. This is delightfully short, salty and very satisfying – like a box of Barbeque Shapes. Example: "If we're not careful, we spend too much time working, making money and planning for the future. Take tim ...…
 
This week’s episode features an interview with Karen C.L. Anderson, someone who is an expert at creating inspiration and advice for difficult mother/daughter relationships. It’s another interview in my series called Weekly Wow. Weekly Wow introduces you to amazing women who have something relevant to share with women in the middle. Specifically ...…
 
Jen Vertanen is a loneliness expert, mentor, speaker, and writer encouraging people to wade through their emotional baggage and stop being so damn lonely. On this episode Liz and Jen share a lot of laughs in their conversation and joke about the experiences of getting older. But they also dive into the need to have hard conversations and what i ...…
 
Achieving goals doesn't make us happy. It doesn't cure our insecurities, our anxiety or our depression. If anything, it amplifies them, because there's always more… Victory is always fleeting, but the mountain range is endless. As Prince said, 'I've been to the mountaintop, and there's nothing there. So what's a better approach?…
 
Kimberly Inskeep may have been voted “Best Dressedâ€� by her high school senior class—but she never could have guessed she’d end up spearheading a $250 million dollar fashion business. Kimberly is Co-Founder and President of cabi, a women's clothing line sold through pop-up events at private homes, presided over by nearly 35-hundred sales ...…
 
This week’s episode features an interview with Carol Rosenstein, Co-Founder of Music Mends Minds and 2018 CNN Heroes Award Nominee. Carol is one of these women. She’s an unbelievably talented woman and has been recognized for her work creating musical support group bands for seniors with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson's, Alzheime ...…
 
In this episode, I have the pleasure of having two guests and we dish on active aging and the Huntsman World Senior Games. Kyle M Case is the CEO of the Huntsman World Senior Games. He has manged sporting events for over 15 years and loves the life-changing impact that these events have on individuals. He is married to his best friend, Mindy, a ...…
 
Most of us work to retire. But what if we decided to retire right now, and instead chose how, where and when we did it? How much fun would 'retirement' be? Today's Midlife Mentors guest, Tom Schwab did exactly that, and it changed his life from one of fearing death to embracing life.
 
At 28-years-old, Alex Hanifin is a rock star in the natural foods industry. Just two years ago she and her business partner pooled together $25,000-every cent they owned- to co-found Alpine Start Foods, a premium brand of instant coffee that has been something of an overnight success. The single serving instant coffee can already be found on th ...…
 
After a little catching up on life stuff, Katie and Loni talk about all of the #metoo moments they have had in their lives. They take an interesting look at things that happened to them when they were much younger women, through their middle-aged eyes. There is some real interesting talk about “fight, flight, or freeze”, how women of our genera ...…
 
This week’s episode is all about the wonderful option of getting an “empty nest dog” to help fill the void when your kids leave home. We’re going to be taking a close look at why this is an awesome idea for many people and also why it’s important for you to become aware of your thoughts about your desired lifestyle before you make this decision ...…
 
After a decade of working for large financial institutions, and living through 911 in New York, Victoria Tsai felt a yearning for simplicity and authenticity. She suffered from the acute skin condition, dermatitis, and nothing her dermatologist provided provided relief. While traveling in Japan she met a group of modern day geisha and was struc ...…
 
Before this generation, no one our age ever witnessed the opportunities we're now seeing. And there's plenty of room for everyone because it's never ‘everyone' that goes for it. Few will make a deliberate decision to step out and try something that might not work. So start exploring, and blaze your own trail!…
 
This week Katie and Loni discuss money and what a drag it is to not have enough of it. I mean, who didn’t think they would have everything figured out before their midlife crisis started? There is nothing to be ashamed of though… and all financial problems can be solved. Take a deep breath, grab your beverage of choice, and let’s talk money! In ...…
 
Today’s interview about drinking more than you want in midlife. Meet Master Certified Life Coach, Rachel Hart, who’s the author of the new book Why Can’t I drink like Everyone Else: A Step by Step Guide to understanding why you drink and how to take a break. Rachel knows first-hand that in order to change your drinking, you have to change your ...…
 
Inna Lukyanovsky is a doctor of pharmacy, a functional medicine practitioner, a best-selling author, a gut-healing coach, a mom of three sons and someone who once, suffered the symptoms of Chron's disease. Originally, in the year 2000, she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. After the birth of her second son the symptoms came back with a ven ...…
 
She may be only in her late thirties, but Elise Loehnen has made more bold pivots that most women make in a lifetime. She grew up in Montana, went to Yale University and then moved to New York City for a career in publishing with Lucky and Condé Nast Traveler. When publishing started to feel stagnant, Elise realized she needed to "get off the ...…
 
Imagine losing your marriage and your income in the same year, and then selling everything you own just to stay off the streets. Now picture doing this as a 45-yo mother of two little girls who desperately need you to love, feed and protect them. Picture the fear, the anxiety and the hopelessness. How would you cope?…
 
Welcome to the 50th episode of Women in the Middle Podcast! Today’s episode of Women in the Middle kicks off a miniseries developed in honour of the one year anniversary of the podcast about why mentors rock in midlife. Specifically, we’ll be talking about the unbelievable value of a midlife mentor, why you NEED a mentor in midlife and also why ...…
 
She may work behind-the-scenes, but as one of a very small group of female professional sports leaders, LA Sparks President and COO Christine Simmons lives in the spotlight. Learn how she overcomes challenges like how she felt after winning the national championship in 2016—"I felt like I had a target on my back"—and how she is committed to ...…
 
With each evolution, each rung up the ladder, we realise our problems aren't eliminated – they're replaced with new ones. You cannot avoid problems. But problems aren't the problem. Rather, it's our relationship to problems. Instead of problem avoidance, exercise problem selection.
 
This week’s episode features an interview with someone who thought about letting her hair go gray naturally for years and finally did it. The interview’s part of the mini-series, Getting Real with Women in the Middle, where you’re introduced to an amazing woman in the middle who made a big scary decision so that she would be happier in midlife. ...…
 
As co-founder of Coolhaus, 34-year-old Natasha Case () is behind one of the biggest ice cream company success stories of the past decade. In 2018, it is estimated that Coolhaus will rack up 13 million dollars in sales. With unique flavors like Buttered French Toast and Street Cart Churro Dough, the brand's ice cream sandwiches and pints are sol ...…
 
Time will always be fluid. Sometimes it will drag its feet and other times it will fly so fast you cannot grasp it. But you decide how you spend your time to enrich your life and the lives of those you love. Don't let it slip through your fingers lest it runs out before you expect. Because it almost certainly will.…
 
Ok, so maybe they don’t suck all the time… But they suck often enough you alternately experience glorious daydreams of punching them right in the face, and self-doubt driven nightmares about how badly you are screwing/have screwed them up. Katie and Loni are here to share some of their experiences and reassure you that it is most defiantly your ...…
 
Today's guest episode is going to help us understand a common life circumstance for women in the middle, midlife divorce. Our Women in the Middle Weekly WOW guest is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and founder of Divorce Financial Consulting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She's also the co-author of the book, When Harry Left Sally, Finding ...…
 
It's been 15 years since the hit show Touched by an Angel shut down production, but Roma Downey still gets approached by fans who remember her as the character Monica, the angel. The Emmy-nominated actress opens up to Linda about how she dealt with "the quiet" when the show was over and how she patiently and slowly recreated her life: marrying ...…
 
"If it’s failure you’re afraid of, ask whether you’d a) rather have tried and failed, or b) spent every single day of your life with the same loop of thoughts in your head about what you really want to be doing and why you’re not. If you don’t try, prepare to settle for option B." Laura Belgray.
 
This week’s episode is about staying and playing small. It’s when you make a decision not to show up the way you know you could. We’re also talking about why you might be making this decision and what baby steps you can take to stop playing so small so that you can finally step into your zone of genius and shine. Learn more here: https://suzyro ...…
 
She co-founded a major retail disruptor–the flash-sale website Gilt in 2007. She then moved on to launch Glamsquad, which—with the tap of an app—sends hair and make-up professionals to your home. But Alexandra loves a challenge and, in early 2018, she made a major pivot—from being her own boss, to working at Allergan, the mega-successfu ...…
 
Three years ago, I was busy having a midlife crisis. I railed against work days and longed for weekends. I sought adventure and escape from the daily routine but nothing I did seemed to change anything. Then, one night at 2:00 am I did something that changed everything. Learn what I did and I how I changed my life.…
 
This week’s episode features an interview with someone who made a huge change in her life after her husband died at only 38 years old; she quit her job as a classroom teacher to move back to her hometown after 30 years away. The interview is part of the mini-series, Getting Real with Women in the Middle, where you’re introduced to an amazing wo ...…
 
Snagging a coveted job at one of the "Big 8" accounting firms straight out of college, Laura Hertz was on the fast-track to financial success. But working in a windowless office sometimes 6 days a week made her feel "miserable"—and she couldn't shake a rewarding experience she'd had volunteering with AmeriCorps. Laura shares how she got the h ...…
 
"As the late Jim Rohn said: 'If you don’t like how things are, change them. You’re not a tree…' All successful investors, business people and entrepreneurs have failed more often than unsuccessful people. They became a success at failing. And they've survived until they became lucky and thrived." Michael Yardney…
 
FINALLY! Katie and Loni are back with their new podcast to welcome you to your midlife crisis. In this, their first episode, The Gals tell you what to expect from this new show. Learn what will be different and what will stay the same and catch up on what your these two have been doing for the last five months. Our eternal gratitude goes out to ...…
 
Lumpy plays, then dissects, then re-assembles the jazz standard "All The Things You Are" as an audition piece for high school or college stage band try-outs, music major audition or professional musician application. Plus - Join the CraigsList Diva Backup Band and get free lunch. As long as you don't want to get paid and promise not to work for ...…
 
This week’s episode features an interview with someone who said goodbye to a career she worked extremely hard to excel in, her pediatric medical practice. The interview’s part of the mini-series, Getting Real with Women in the Middle, where you’re introduced to an amazing woman in the middle who made a big scary decision so that she would be ha ...…
 
Angie Banicki shares how she walked away from career throwing celebrity-studded parties and events in Hollywood for corporate clients like Budweiser and Grey Goose to become a professional tarot card reader. How she discovered she had an intuitive talent, how she broke the news of her career switch to her "very Catholic" parents and how she dev ...…
 
I used to believe happiness could be bought, so I worked hard and I tried to buy it over and over again. But I was never satisfied. There was always another level; always more. I finally learned that by linking happiness and goals, we treat life as a quest, and therefore paradoxically, delay happiness.…
 
This week’s episode is all about another common occurrence in midlife – feeling too busy. More specifically, we’re going to be talking about what happens when you feel too busy on a regular basis, how feeling this way can create unnecessary stress and what you can actually do about it to make sure you’re out of autopilot and living intentionall ...…
 
If you’re after cutting-edge Southern California style, Fred Segal is where you go to get it. From clothing to accessories to home décor, if you pick it up at one of two Los Angeles locations, there’s a guaranteed cool factor. At the top of the Fred Segal empire, you'll find CEO, Allison Samek. She came out of college armed with a Stanford ...…
 
Discover your true calling through the incredible insights of Catherine Rains - who beat cancer, divorce, and a job she hated to become a successful full-time artist. She's now living her dream, and it's all because she reframed her life in a couple of profound ways. "I now surrender & accept with gratitude whatever shows up on my path, especia ...…
 
Join us today for some unique insight about the whole empty nest thing from the inside out. This week’s episode features an interview with a twist because it’s with a 21 year old GUY! It’s part of the Getting Real with Women in the Middle Mini-Series, but this week we’re going deep inside the mind of someone who knows what it’s like to be a kid ...…
 
Helen Gurley Brown probably would've loved Michele Promaulayko. Like the legendary founder of Cosmopolitan. As the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, the largest women’s media brand in the world, Michele is powerful, smart and outspoken. She is also the editorial director of the Hearst Young Women’s Group, which means she is also in charge of ...…
 
Everything I do today is filtered through a simple, unambiguous question: ‘Will this bring me closer to freedom or push it further away?' If I'm honest, it's been a consistent thread in my life since I was a kid. But what is freedom, exactly, and why is it important?
 
This week’s episode is all about a common occurrence in midlife – getting a wake-up call. We’re going to be talking about what a wake-up call looks like, what a wake-up call feels like, why it’s important to listen to your wake-up call, and how to take the important next steps when a wake-up call has your name on it. Learn more: https://suzyros ...…
 
Liz Applegate, Paula Jenkins and Julie Houghton have a continued conversation around confidence. As life coaches, they've noticed that in their own lives and in working with clients, a lack self-confidence is something that constantly comes up during times of transition. Confidence just seems to be the bottom layer of so many places where we ca ...…
 
Kristi Funk is known around the world as the doctor who treated Angelina Jolie. The actress underwent a preventative mastectomy after discovering she carried the BCRA gene mutation and then wrote an op-ed piece in the New York Times about her decision. After combing through an exhaustive amount research and more than 20 years as a breast cancer ...…
 
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