Ready For More Midlife Fun & Fulfillment?

  • Do you feel like you’re slowly waking up after decades of striving and helping others?

  • Wondering how you got here and what you want moving forward?
  • Are you ready to reconnect with yourself and find more direction, purpose and joy?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then…

Join the next Remapping Midlife Course!

Happy midlife women

The Remapping Midlife Course is an exclusive, limited-enrollment group coaching program for 40+ women that can help you:

  • Gain more personal and professional clarity;
  • Reflect and get to know yourself again;  
  • Cultivate habits that boost joy, energy and well-being;
  • Reconnect with your interests, values and priorities;
  • Address negative or stressful thoughts that hold you back;
  • Own your strengths and wins; and
  • Connect with a community of other amazing midlife women.

The April 2024 session is sold out, so email to get on the wait list for the next one!

The Remapping Midlife group program includes:

  • An engaging weekly group class on Zoom each Monday night, led by certified coach Lisa Murphy;
  • Empowering exercises that you can use for the rest of your life;
  • Two private, one-on-one coaching sessions with coach Lisa; and 
  • Invitations to 50ForwardClub events.

Email to register or to ask questions that aren’t included in the FAQ section below.

About Your Program Leader, Coach Lisa Murphy

Lisa is a warm and motivating certified coach who loves helping midlife women celebrate their strengths and create more fulfilling and joyful lives. Her insights have been featured in The Toronto Star, The Globe & Mail, Chatelaine and on In addition to empowering her coaching clients, Lisa has done mindset coaching to transform her own life. From a career pivot to launching @50ForwardClub on Instagram, getting sober and embracing daily mindset work, Lisa understands the transformative benefits of coaching firsthand.

“When I reached out to Lisa, I was feeling helpless and at a loss about my next steps. With coaching tools, empathy, and compassion, Lisa guided me through my personal swamp and helped me find clearer waters. She listened and shared techniques to manage negative spin cycles and imposter syndrome so that I could embrace my unique strengths and potential. Lisa’s program allowed me to get back to who I am at my core: a hopeful optimist who sees the good in others and focuses on the brighter side of life. I cannot recommend her enough.”

— simone

Frequently Asked Questions About Coaching
  • Email to get on the wait list for the next group. Coach Lisa will then set up a free 30-minute call to get you enrolled and answer any questions that you may have.

  • There will be no more than ten women in the program. Each group Zoom session will include a mix of coaching from Lisa, as well as facilitated group interaction and encouragement.  Note that the two one-on-one sessions with Coach Lisa are completely private and will be scheduled at your convenience.

  • Topics will range based on participants’ needs, but we will definitely cover the following:

    1. Clarifying your values and vision;
    2. Building confidence and self-compassion;
    3. Learning beneficial reflections and mindset habits;
    4. Examining and reframing thoughts that hold you back;
    5. Prioritizing rest, fun and fulfillment;
    6. Choosing goals and habits that boost joy, energy and well-being;
    7. Dealing with fears, scarcity thinking and procrastination; and
    8. Celebrating your strengths and progress.
  • Each session will be recorded and available afterwards for group participants only. Attending and participating in all group sessions will maximize your results, so decide to attend every session and only miss if it’s unavoidable.

  • Group sessions on Monday night are one hour each, with a take-home exercise that might take you about 30-minutes. So that’s 1.5 hours for eight weeks, plus two private one-hour sessions to be scheduled at your convenience. (Appointments are typically available from 10 a.m. onward, Monday to Friday.) It’s a small amount of time each week that delivers big impact! 

  • A coach is an ally and thinking partner who helps you tune into your values, uncover limiting or negative thoughts that are holding you back and work toward a life that reflects your authentic self. Coaching unlocks your own inner wisdom, guiding you to do the work that will help you thrive. A coach listens and asks questions that raise awareness and empower you to develop a plan that you can act on – at your own pace, because you’re accountable for your progress.

  • Awareness, growth and the formation of new habits take time (and homework). Investing in an ongoing program allows you to try a variety of tools and practices that activate your insight so that you take sustained action and start progressing.

  • Mindset work – which helps you identify and change thoughts and mindsets that keep you stuck – is a vital part of life coaching. It’s sort of like asking what the difference is between a car and a car steering wheel – the steering wheel is a part of the car that helps you go in the right direction. Learning to become aware of your mindset and how to manage it is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself. (I speak from experience!)

  • You want to find a coach who will make you feel supported, safe and connected. I offer a free discovery call so that you can meet me, and we can discuss whether coaching is right for you. There is no obligation to book coaching after that. You’ll find directories of coaches on a variety of websites and you can also ask people you know for recommendations.

  • It’s harder to grow if you don’t take the time to understand how your mindset and habits keep you stuck. Many of us have wasted considerable time, effort and money starting and stopping classes and memberships, staying in unsatisfying jobs and pursuing things that don’t serve us. Investing in coaching is about investing in yourself, so that you can gain focus and learn to create more ease and satisfaction in your life.

  • Talk to your doctor or health practitioner immediately if you are suffering from depression, anxiety, an eating disorder, posttraumatic stress, substance abuse or suicidal thoughts. (For the latter, call 9-1-1 or 1-833-456-4566.) Your doctor can recommend treatment and refer you to a therapist, psychologist or psychiatrist, as appropriate. Some online programs, such as Mindbeacon and TeleCBT, are covered by OHIP. Coaching is not therapy, which focuses on the past, but instead focuses on clarifying and shaping your future. (Read more about the differences between a life coach vs a therapist here.) An ethical coach will recommend therapy if a potential client has deep-seated issues that will likely benefit from medical and psychological treatment. Note that you can pursue therapy and coaching at the same time if your medical team or therapist consider it beneficial.

  • All services are invoiced, and payment receipts are provided. If you are a business owner or are self-employed, this service could possibly be claimed as a professional development and/or business coaching expense. (Talk to your tax professional to confirm.)

More questions? Book a free, no-obligation discovery call today or get in touch via email to learn more.