Olga Szakal, Founder of The Ageless Generation™, is an innovative women’s leader committed to helping women overcome their mid-life crises and leap into the success they deserve. She teaches women how to design their best life so they can reclaim their voice, build their legacy and make a difference in the world.

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Olga Szakal, Founder of The Ageless Generation™, is an innovative women’s leader committed to helping Gen X women overcome their mid-life crises and leap into the success they deserve. Based on personal experience, Olga has created a blueprint for turning a mid-life crisis into a period of self-discovery. She teaches women how to design their best life so they can reclaim their voice, build their legacy and make a difference in the world.

Olga was born in Siberia, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in English, history and social studies. With $400 in her pocket and a scholarship, she moved to the state of Washington in 1995, where she studied business and marketing.

After 17 years working in pharmaceutical sales and real estate and then going through a  divorce, Olga needed to start a new business and a new life for herself and her four children. As the lucky winner at Valuetainment, Olga was blessed to experience the invaluable mentorship of none other than Patrick Bet-David. She soon found herself putting the divorce behind her and focusing on her children and growing her business.

Olga knows from personal experience what midlife crisis is. She’s lived it. She knows the effort it takes. And she’s found a path to creating a life of appreciation, freedom, and fulfillment. Today, her mission is to share with others like her, the journey, the steps, the pitfalls and the exhilaration of succeeding. Every woman can do it!

Olga Szakal Show Notes

Contact:
Ageless Generation

Books:
The Midlife Crisis Book – Olga Szakal

Questions:
What did you do before you became a MaturePreneur?
When you said you worked in pharmaceutical sales, what did you sell?
Did you feel very oppressed?
When you left the Soviet Union, did you come directly to the United States?
How old were you when you came over?
When you came to the US, did your parents come with you or did you come by yourself?
I wonder if the strife made you even stronger?
What is your business now?
What was one of your most successful ideas that you implemented for your business?
What is your least successful idea and how did you change tactics to fix it?
What is the best advice someone has given to you?
Talk about your book for a little bit?

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