Navigating the Rituals of Midlife” is the story of a call center executive hit by a series of midlife crises


DC Lyons, a former executive with over twenty years of business experience, has completed his new book “With Worn-Out Tools: Navigating the Rituals of Midlife”: a gripping story about the challenges faced by so many people in their Middle Ages. DC and his lovely wife, Elaine, are based in Oklahoma City and recently founded Korrior, Inc., with a vision to create inspirational books and faith-based media projects. Darren is a trainer, teacher and speaker with the John Maxwell team.

Published by Page Publishing, Lyon’s relatable tale uses humor and heart to grapple with a perhaps familiar set of stumbling blocks that could cause life changes in middle age.

Readers can follow his journey with him as he navigates through these midlife rites of passage that challenge his resolve, strain his resources, and reconfigure his paradigm. Readers will root for him, laugh with him, and cry with him as he walks his path, which may look a lot like theirs.

Readers interested in discovering this inspiring work can purchase “With Worn-Out Tools: Navigating the Rituals of Midlife” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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