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Marni welcomes Kiné Corder back into the Den to talk about navigating your way through an existential midlife crisis. Kiné is a bestselling author, international keynote speaker, national certified counselor, and a clinical hypnotherapist specializing in financial therapy and stress management. As the CEO of Presidential Lifestyle Inc., a wellness company focused on wealth in all of its forms, Kiné helps high achievers navigate through the existential midlife crisis. During this conversation she shares a step-by-step process to living your prosperity.
Key takeaways from this episode:
- Getting clear about your purpose
- Removing challenges from reaching your purpose
- Figuring out what is next for you
- The formula for finding common ground with a partner
Turning Money into Meaning [2:58]
With the advent of transitioning roles for women from home to the workplace, we are starting to experience a midlife crisis just as men always have. Women sacrifice some things we want for ourselves in our early career and sometime during our midlife the dreams we may have put on the backburner ask to be revisited.
Once we become aware that we may have lost some freedoms in lieu of responsibility it is time to take the steps to get to where we want to be and to find harmony.
- Ask yourself what prosperity means to you.
- Break your answer down into just 3 words.
- Is your present life reflecting this?
- What is your immediate need?
- Create a pre-purpose.
- What challenges are you experiencing?
This is the formula for navigating your way through midlife with purpose.
Trial and error your way to purpose. We need to figure out what we want or don’t want by testing the waters.
Finding Harmony [29:04]
To find personal harmony you can read books, or delve into all the free information available online but if you really want to be prosperous in an efficient and quality way you have to hire a guide. Someone who knows the ropes and has gained experience from all the people she has helped to attain harmony.
- You need to know your why and ask yourself “What is now and what is next?”.
Ladies, there is nothing wrong about taking the long way through this process. A guide simply helps you make the most of the time you have available.
What if My Partner’s Idea of Prosperity is Different From Mine? [34:47]
Finding common ground with someone whose idea of prosperity slightly overlaps with yours is important. Or, if there is no common ground both partners should consent to compromise and blending their two ideas of prosperity.
If the similarities are hidden at first, Kiné says partners should talk through it without making anyone wrong. There is no right or wrong when it comes to visions of prosperity. Follow the process of one partner talking about their ideas all the way through without interruption from the listener. Then, in a day or a week, the other person discusses their ideas about prosperity. Both partners should be curious, open, and optimistic.
Kiné recommends asking yourself how you want to show up in the world. If you get clear about this every footstep with this in mind is a step forward.
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