Has there ever been a better time to decide what our lives should look like? We are emerging from a once-in-a-century cataclysm where our lives were upended, our communities remade and our priorities readjusted. Now as the call to return to “normal” grows more insistent, we get to ask the question: what does “normal” look like? Did the old normal serve me? What do I want my new normal to be? And what will that mean for my career, my community, and my family? These are the fundamental questions to building our lives – and now, rebuilding them. As a therapist and coach, Shoshanna Hecht has been wrestling with these very questions in her practice – and now, on this podcast. With guests from all walks of life including media, culture, politics, tech, business & activism, Shoshanna examines the overlap of our goals, relationships, boundaries and priorities, and how we can navigate them all with self-awareness and intention. What do we want our lives to look like? Welcome to Your New Life Blend.
How does one become a Puberty Mogul? Accidentally, according to Vanessa Bennett – but also on purpose, by raising four kids and caring deeply about how to support their growth, development, self-knowledge and self-esteem. Vanessa is the co-author of This Is So Awkward: Modern Puberty Explained and co-host of “The Puberty Podcast,” both with pediatrician Cara Natterson, and is the President of Order of Magnitude, a puberty stage-of-life company to solve the pain points while empowering kids and their adults.
In this episode of “Your New Life Blend,” Vanessa talks to host Shoshanna Hecht about jumping in as an entrepreneur when you don’t know all the answers, cornering an underserved market, and how it’s always, always better to be awkward together than clueless alone.
The Puberty Podcast
Order of Magnitude