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by Kelli Parisian September 24, 2021
In our Personal Lives
Most women over 50 look and feel youthful, vibrant, and healthy. We're wired to be social (hasn't COVID taught us that?). We crave acceptance and belonging.
In the Business World
As an entrepreneur or corporate pro over 50, relevance means maintaining your credibility and visibility in a youthfully competitive environment.
Polish your bio (your personal brand) to reflect your expertise, share your knowledge by writing articles, blogs, and through various media platforms. Stay visible.
Learning to Pivot and Accept Change
2020/21 taught us the meaning of "pivot." We've learned to pivot and adapt, making the best out of the worst. It taught us to continue to be relevant through embracing the change (okay most of the time) while continuing to be productive and vibrant.
Staying Relevant Versus Staying Young
Staying relevant is about more than just outside appearance. It's about how you show up in life. Are you enthusiastic or indifferent? Do you get on board with change or do you fight it?
Chip Conley, author of Wisdom @ Work, writes, "The first half of our life is about being interesting, and the second half is about being interested." Does this resonate with you?
In researching for this blog, I stumbled upon this article from Huffington Post, "These are the 5 secrets to staying relevant as you age." I chuckled at this one...
Keep your aches and pains to yourself
Resist the urge to talk about your ailments. As we get older, parts of our bodies that we didn’t even know existed will hurt. Suddenly you know the difference between degenerative and rheumatoid arthritis. You will find yourself wanting to use the term plantar fasciitis over cocktails. Don’t.
Kelli Parisian - Founder of Parisian's Pure Indulgence Organic Skin Care. Contributing writer to LivingBetter50 online Woman's Magazine. Come along with me, and learn how to have a healthy, vibrant, beautiful life after 50!
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