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40/40 Vision

By Panoply / Prudential

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Description

Sponsored Content: 40/40 Vision is a four episode podcast series that explores the most important things we face during a vital time of life. Hosted by writer, actress, and comedian Faith Salie, who knows first hand that growing up isn’t what it used to be. 40/40 Vision dives into some of the tough conversations about being in your forties, like the closing window of maternity, the ever-changing workplace attitudes towards aging and longevity, and finding a balance between resilience and acceptance. We hear the stories of truly remarkable Americans who are fully embracing the decade, and engage in lively discussion about how and why the modern 40-something experience is so much different than that of previous generations.

Customer Reviews

Just what I've been waiting for ...

I'm addicted to podcasts of all sorts and 9 times out of 10, I have a podcast streaming in the background of my leisure activities. Lately, however, I've been craving to hear stories and views that deeply speak to me. I'm a GenX'er: My experience is substantially different than my Baby Boomer parents and I've out grown the topics many Millennials like to discuss. While listening to different experiences is healthy, it's nice to know that other people my age are tackling huge career changes or are trying to redefine their personal relationships. My only complaint is that 40/40 Vision only has four episodes.