The Sage of Age

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When did you become afraid of growing old?


By the time we reach our forties, most women have experienced a number of moments when our limiting beliefs cause us to experience the fear that we are getting old … too old.

For some, it’s the day they realized their deadline to be married has passed. For others, it’s when you know for sure that the time on your biological clock has run out. Or, perhaps for you it was the first time you spotted a gray hair?

By the time most of us reach our fifties, we’ve invested a lot of time into taking care of others. You may have raised children, cared for a spouse (or two), and worked outside and inside the home, all while attending to the needs of friends, relatives, your community — even strangers and pets.

Then one day, you can no longer deny the feelings of resentment you feel because you’ve always put someone else’s needs before your own. Is that when the fear that time was running out struck again?

Or was it the day a coworker got on your last nerve, and you allowed yourself to dream for just a moment about what it would be like if you were doing the kind of work you love.

In a flash, the door to that daydream was slammed shut by a limiting belief: “I’m too old to do something new.”

The Cage of Age

old baroque cageIf these scenes resonate, it’s a sure sign that you are stuck in the Cage of Age, and you’ve bought into the stereotypes about growing older.

Yet, you know in your heart of hearts that you have more to say, more to contribute, and more wisdom to offer to the world. Yet, you are afraid that it’s too late to explore what else is out there for you.

In spite of your fears, you feel compelled to unlock the cage where you’ve kept yourself a prisoner. You are ready to break out of the shackles of fear and embrace the next phase of your life,

The problem is, you don’t know what to do or where to begin.

It doesn’t have to be this way!

This is where I step into the story. I have good news that you need to hear: It’s never too late to create a life you love.

Because the truth is, it’s not your age the makes you old; it’s your thoughts about your age!  

My name is Patricia Budd, and I help women transform their lives by restoring their hope for a bright future. I work with women just like you, whether they are in their 30s and labeling themselves a failure because they’ve not met self-imposed deadlines, or in their 60s and lamenting that they have not lived their lives to the fullest.

I coach and encourage smart, creative, talented women to boldly unleash their gifts to the world. I help them realize that there is still time to reinvent themselves.

When you work with me, I’ll help you to re-define and re-think your negative beliefs about getting older and create a spark that will ignite your hope for a new beginning.

You can be Amazing at any Age

RainbowI offer group coaching, private client packages, and courses to help women explore their passions, joys, and untapped potential. I help them see all that’s still available to them. And it all begins with shifting out of fear and into curiosity.

When you enlist my help, I will reveal how to break out of the Cage of Age by:

  • Showing you how to embrace your age at every stage.
  • Helping you to dissolve the limiting beliefs and fears that keep you stuck.
  • Uncovering the real you so you can see yourself in your future exactly the way you want to be.
  • Helping you understand that this can be the best time of you life, if you only allow it.

You no longer have to sit on the sidelines, watching and waiting while your life passes you by. You no longer have to live your whole life through the lens of not having accomplished something by a certain age.

You’ll see and believe that you can be Amazing At Any Age.

Let’s Talk!

You have a choice about how you will show up in the world.

I can help you conquer your fears so you can get there.

Contact me for a FREE consultation, and we’ll discuss how to make your dreams a reality.


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