Are you at or approaching mid-life and starting to feel restless? Or perhaps you're asking, "Is this all there is?" Mid-Life Wisdom is a journal that encourages you to look back to see just how far you've come, and to celebrate the wisdom you've acquired along the way. With essays from the author, this book is a dose of encouragement, a nudge toward reflection, and a promotion of forgiveness--of self and others--as you move ahead to the best time of your life.
Susan Sharp grew up in Eastern Iowa on the banks of the Mississippi River. That rural life irrevocably shaped her heart to love open spaces, quiet and serenity. So for all the quiet she craves externally, there's an internal buzz happening 24/7. She is hyper-creative and does a myriad of things. She’s a speaker, author, playwright, artist, musician, podcast host, blogger, a Color Code Certified Independent Trainer and creativity expert. Susan is an idea person and she often can’t get them in her handy-dandy notebook fast enough.
Susan has undergraduate and graduate degrees in Communication & Theatre Arts and she also holds an Executive Certificate in Negotiations. But Susan really considers herself a student of life and is actively learning something new every day! That rural upbringing made her infinitely curious and eager to explore.
Susan’s art has really flourished in the last few years and she sells her work at asharpcontrast.etsy.com and pinoodles.etsy.com. And it seems she has always been writing. She’s written 5 plays—two with regional critical acclaim, short stories, articles, numerous academic papers, and a chapter in 13th edition of The Change --a book about self-empowerment. She’s currently finalizing a children’s book, working on a book exploring how ideas are combined, and numerous other writing and creative projects.
Susan also speaks and writes about team-building, communication skills, creativity, her creative life, her faith and passion for helping others to find their big ideas.
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