Author: Carol Pearson

Carol is a coach, workshop facilitator, speaker and the founder of Midlife Women, a coaching practice dedicated to helping women embrace change, build confidence, and experience a happy and meaningful second half of life. Carol believes that having a positive approach and an inspiring vision is essential, especially if you’re an entrepreneur. However, to be successful, you must also take action. She coaches clients to develop the right mind-set and do the inner work to break through the obstacles that get in the way of achieving true success. Carol enjoys coaching all clients, but she is particularly committed to working with women in midlife, helping them follow their passions towards meaningful, rewarding and happy lives. She works face-to-face or remotely using Skype, Zoom etc. Having enjoyed an international corporate career in London, Sydney, San Francisco and New York for more than 20 years, Carol is now based in London, from where she juggles her passion for international travel and exploring different cultures with work, meeting clients and catching up with friends.

3 Tips To Develop Your Personal Presence by @Midlife_Women

by Carol Pearson | Featured Contributor As an entrepreneur, you usually want to get noticed, to build your profile and get recognized and acknowledged by customers, employees, investors and media.  You can’t rely on your marketing campaign to do this alone, especially in the start-up phase of a business.  It’s down to you to build […]

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The holiday homework that could change your life by @Midlife_Women

by Carol Pearson | Featured Contributor You may have read articles about business leaders such as Richard Branson, Warren Buffet and Bill Gates habitually taking time away from work to think and reflect. These successful people truly value having quality time to think. Thinking Time For many, the act of thinking is an underdeveloped skill.  […]

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The Power of Positive Expectations by @Midlife_Women

by Carol Pearson | Featured Contributor What sort of expectations do you have of your team? Are you confident your team will perform well, meet your expectations and deliver organizational goals? Or are you suspicious that they may not perform to the level required. Many factors contribute to a person’s or team’s success including their […]

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3 Ways Successful Entrepreneurs Must Evolve Ahead Of Their Business. By @Midlife_Women

Carol Pearson | Featured Contributor Increasingly, I’m working with entrepreneurs (or founders) who have achieved success in the start-up phase of their business.  They’ve created the business idea, given birth, nursed it and now it’s time to gently loosen their hold. If you are an entrepreneur with a growing business eventually it will be time […]

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5 Tips to Get the Important Things Done and Achieve Your Vision by @Midlife_Women

by Carol Pearson | Featured Contributor Many entrepreneur clients complain about being pulled in too many directions at once.  Especially in the early stages of a new venture, you are the CEO, COO, CMO, CHR, CTO and more, all rolled into one. You know you need to focus on the big picture, on achieving your […]

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Positive Thinking Is Great – But Is It Enough? by @Midlife_Women

by Carol Pearson | Featured Contributor Great Vision? Feeling Positive? If you’re an entrepreneur or aspiring to become one, you’re probably an avid reader of business articles and personal development books. These days there’s so much great stuff to read, the power of positive thinking, the importance of a growth mindset, how to develop a […]

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