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I'm so excited I could just about pee myself. 

When I started Midlife Tribe (originally, Blaze Your Own), my goal was to teach what I'd learned through my failures and triumphs as a gold-star-chasing mid-lifer, because despite being reasonably smart and having a do-or-die work ethic, I still made a tonne of mistakes.

I wanted to share my experiences – good and bad – and inspire others to avoid my missteps so they could short-track their way to a better life. Writing about this every week has been an enormous source of satisfaction for me.

And now I'm going to talk about it, too, with a podcast.

Early on, I know I'll sound like a tool, with all the charisma of an IKEA chair. And yes, I'll be rehashing some of the content I've written over the past two years. But this is what I need to do until I find my feet.

Last night, I was editing some of the upcoming episodes, and already I can see I'm starting to loosen up a bit. Mind you, I'm quietly shitting myself, but I'm still excited about what lays ahead, too.

Over the next year, I'll record a podcast episode every week. In time (sooner than later, I hope), I'll interview guests, too.

My aim with the podcast is to inspire you to act; to think deliberately about what you're doing and how you might do it better. I'll be there to help you avoid (or crush) a midlife crisis so you can get on with reinventing yourself and enjoy more freedom, purpose and authenticity in your life.

I aim to deliver a blunt assessment of the issues, obstacles and opportunities all of us mid-lifers face, from basic money worries to not having enough time, right through to the dreaded midlife crisis. Using mine and other people's stories, I hope to provide a guiding hand, a touch of wisdom, and the occasional kick in the butt – all with the noble objective of helping you master your time, your money and your life.

I plan to launch on September 5th. I hope you'll tune in and get involved.

 

If you have a few ideas about what you'd like me to discuss or who you'd like me to interview (perhaps you?), please flick me an email and let me know. I'd love to share some of your stories 🙂

 

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This is the book I've written about killing off your debt in 3 simple steps. It's now available in paperback and Kindle, and I promise it'll pay for itself a thousand times over. If you have debts, you need this book. If you don't like it, I'll give you your money back.

 

 

Thanks for stopping by and I hope we get to hang out more in the future. And in the meantime, please feel free to share your own experiences. You can email me directly at peter@midlifetribe.com. I respond to all emails. If this was beneficial to you, please consider subscribing and sharing with someone you think would also benefit. 

Disclaimer & Disclosure: I'm not a psychologist, and I'm not a financial advisor's elbow. This material doesn't constitute financial advice but rather a collection of personal opinions, based on my own experiences. Some of the links on my site are affiliate links, which means that if you make a purchase, I will earn a small commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. I provide links to services or products I have used and liked or researched and recommend. Please do not spend any money on these products unless you believe they will be beneficial to you


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  • Andrew L. Hicks

    This is definitely worth peeing yourself over. I feel blessed to have come into your life at such a prolific time (your rebranding, first book, podcast, etc.). Observing your work is a true honor and privilege, and I learn a lot from you, Peter.

    Up until this point, I haven’t ever listened to podcasts regularly, but I’ll be following yours. And if you’re going to start with the charisma of a chair, IKEA is a great choice. 🙂

    • Peter Fritz

      Ha ha!! You’re a funny guy, Andrew. I’m thrilled to have you here, mate. 🙂

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