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Growing up and witnessing many different events in life, be it our own experiences or through others, there are challenges; the best part is, the feeling of satisfaction once getting through those challenges.  Everyone’s definition of success or being happy may vary and to maintain equanimity, becomes instrumental in realizing that definition of success.

Discussing today’s issues and concerns for a stronger tomorrow.  We see and come across all sorts of challenges, those challenges are opportunities and we may not recognize them at first or at all, but at the end of the day, sometimes it takes someone else’s viewpoint for us to see the forest through the trees.  We don’t always know what’s next or even what’s now, but constantly may be looking for that, which may cause us to keep “spinning our wheels” and get nowhere. This, in turn, may cause frustration, stress, anxiety and/or a degree of depression.

Having genuine happiness for those who have found it, is a part of who we are at 40andlife.  To quote Zig Zigler “You will get all you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want.”  I’m here to discuss, encourage and celebrate entrepreneurship, personal development/growth and the many, many other aspects of life as we approach and pass through our 40’s.

The moment of inertia is often the toughest part of getting something up and running, whether that be starting a business, website, making a career move, or simply talking to someone you don’t know.  Any self-doubt, pessimism from others, and our own fear of failure certainly do not aid us in achieving our goals but may play a pivotal role in being the driving force that pushes us to succeed.

Take for example this website, as simple as it is, its been quite some time in the making and its realization has come to fruition.  This site will grow, as we should as individuals as well,  and will share our experiences.  I welcome your feedback and suggestions. Use our Contact Us page to tell us what we’re doing right or what we can improve on.

Thanks for stopping by,

Joe.