The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel premiered on Amazon Prime in March 2017. The show is one of the most popular television series among viewers. Many features of the program stand out, such as how it makes a clear statement about feminism and the female role in American society. Midge Maisel, played by Rachel Brosnahan is the show’s protagonist who brings the show to life.

1. It is never too late to make a new start

Midge is taken aback by her new status as a single woman at first, but she rapidly shifts her focus on becoming self-sufficient. It makes little difference if Midge’s fight took place in 1958; her issues may be applied to today’s women (divorcees or not). She discovers the key to her own personal happiness by embracing her passion and love of comedy.

2. Be your unapologetic self

Midge is unapologetically herself in a male-dominated world, and she celebrates her femininity. Midge is a powerful woman who rejects the notion that women should act and behave in a specific way.

3. You are your biggest asset

Midge is forced to be someone she isn’t throughout the series. She eventually discovers that her most valuable asset is simply being herself.

Perhaps, one of the most valuable life lessons ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ teaches us through Midge Maisel is that we are our biggest asset. No matter what, we have always got ourselves.

4. Find your people

The show teaches us that in life, we will come across many people. Many will come and go. But eventually, you will find your people. The ones who believe in you and your capabilities in reaching great heights. They will always have your back, no matter what.

Midge finally found ‘her person’ in Susie Myerson, who discovered Midge’s inner hidden talent way before Midge herself did, and more importantly, Susie believed in Midge.

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