The Midlife Career Rebel Podcast

Dr. Carol Parker Walsh

Host Dr. Carol Parker Walsh is on a mission to empower professional women at midlife to tear up the rule book, take control of their careers, and get the life they want. This podcast takes a fresh and unconventional approach to career growth and development. Dr. Carol Parker Walsh’s advice has been featured in Forbes, Thrive Global, Newsweek, and more!

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Episodes

066: Waking Up To A Life You Love with Stacy McAlpine

When was the last time you woke up in the morning feeling excited about your life? So much of the weight loss journey is about finding the joy in your life again and feeling fulfilled without the food. In this episode, I’m joined by Stacy McAlpine, a life transformation specialist.

065: Being Highly Sensitive with Tammy Goen

Has anyone ever told you that you’re too sensitive? If you often find yourself overstimulated and often feel things very deeply, or are easily affected by what’s going on around you, then you might be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP).  In this episode, I talk with Tammy Goen, who specializes

064: The Law of Attraction and Weight Loss with Zehra Mahoon

Have you ever wondered how the Law of Attraction works? Learn from Zehra Mahoon and Nicole Hale as they share with us what the Law of Attraction is (and also what it’s not) and how to harness it’s power for weight loss. You’ll hear about the science behind this, but

063: Living with Type 1 Diabetes with Colleen Mitchell

If you are a type 1 diabetic struggling to live the life you know you deserve, then this episode is for you! Colleen Mitchel, a life coach for women with type 1 diabetes and podcast host of This is Type 1, joins me this week. We have an empowering discussion

062: Pushing Out Of Your Comfort Zone

One of the reasons why weight loss can be so darn hard sometimes is that we like to stay in our comfort zone. We get used to a certain way of eating, and even though it may be harming us physically or emotionally, it’s what we know best, and so