242: How to Make Your Mark on the World at 50 | Feedback Friday
You've made it to what some would consider middle age -- in spite of stumbling over every possible mistake along the way. But instead of enjoying your triumph over the odds, you can't shake the feeling that it's past time to get off the hamster wheel and make a difference. You're frustrated and fearful of disappearing from the world without leaving your mark on it or handing down a legacy, some security, and a vision of what's achievable to your kids, so we'll do our best to help you figure out how on this Feedback Friday!
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Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://jordanharbinger.com/242.
On This Week’s Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- Interested in doing some prison time with Jordan next February? Reach out to email@example.com for details!
- Does a 32-year-old need to tell Mom before getting tattoos?
- How do you say no to an insurance pyramid scheme?
- Should you begin with your professional or personal life when overhauling for a fresh start?
- What steps could you possibly take to get both of your bickering siblings to grow up?
- How do you get your employer to see the value in letting you work from home once the baby you’re expecting is due?
- Is it a mean-spirited, drama-loving academic advisor who is holding up your thesis progress, or is it secretly you?
- You’ve made it to age 50 and feel like a frustrated nobody, fearful of never leaving your mark on the world. How can you turn things around?
- Your spouse of three years is just now telling you about their massive debt. How can you be supportive without ransacking your own savings?
- Life Pro Tip: When starting your day at an amusement park with kids, take a full body pic of each person individually so that if anyone gets lost, you can show security exactly what they look like that day.
- Recommendation of the Week: The Family
- A quick shoutout to Brett Jesperson!
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