Many people at mid-life desire to move beyond just pursuing success to significance. This journey is a process not an event or a decision.
Ultimately this journey is more about who you are becoming than it is about what you do or accomplish. It seems that God uses our mid-life journey as part of the preparation for what He wants us to do in our second half.
If you were able to view hundreds of people's mid-life journey from a distance what would you see? Would there be a common path that they traverse? What could you learn from those who have gone before you?
The organizations who sponsor this web page have served thousands of people in mid-life, and listened carefully as they describe their career path after college, the early focus on work and the commitment that has lead to their success. Then they describe how it began to dawn on them that they may be missing something along the way. They search for words to describe what is missing now in their lives "I want my second half of life to have more ... um ... meaning or a better word might be ... significance."
A map of the road ahead will help you find important resources to get where you want to go.