EP02: The Second Half is Way Better // I Have Today Podcast

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“It’s not a predetermined thing that you are going to age a certain way. You really can take control of that”

In this episode of I Have Today, Diane and Silke Schwarzkopf discuss new starts, reinvention, and the reasons why the 50s truly have the power to be the best years of our lives. Silke is a seasoned producer and entrepreneur, and the founder and host of Second Act TV, a digital channel focused on redefining life after 50 and taking charge of your physical, emotional, and sexual health. Diane and Silke share personal insights they have gained from their journey, discovering what we want our lives to be, and having the courage to step out and make it happen.

“It’s not all roses and sunshine, that is for sure but, but understanding the empowerment piece… you can actually choose happiness… Each and every day you get to wake up and you get to decide how you want to live, how you want to feel.”

Three reasons why the second half of life is way better than the first.

  1. You are so much more clear about who you are and what you want.
  2. You’ve moved more into a level of self-acceptance where you accept your physicality.
  3. You’re wiser, sexier, and more present and more intentional in your life.
“We never get time back. It’s the most precious commodity we have. So I’m always encouraging anyone who is living a life where you are unhappy, do not wait for permission to step into the life that you want. You have to take the leap of faith. Yeah it’s scary. Yes, there are unknowns. Sure, you might hit a hurdle, but you will not get this day back.”

At the end of each episode Diane shares a powerful meditation. Listen to help shift your mindset and empower you to live in awareness of the power you possess. 

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