I had so many aha moments and bite sized wisdom, and I know that you are really going to enjoy this! One of my favorite takeaways from this episode was a phrase that Lynn used when she found out that she had climbed a mountain of success, but had climbed the wrong one. So as you listen to my episode with Lynn, I want you to ask yourself a question: are you climbing the right mountain?
Kasia shares with us her story about growing up with grandparents who have survived the Holocaust, how this impacted the way she is currently working with women, and how we should love ourselves and aspire to be our own version of a “happy thriving woman.” I hope you find inspiration from this episode and make sure to stay tuned until the end for my final thoughts.
If you look up "midlife women" in Google, what you get are pages and pages on "midlife crisis." In my experience, we're not having a crisis, we are awakening and reinventing. In just the past few years, the power of midlife women has become more evident. The old feminine model of midlife is being replaced by new archetype of what it means to age. I call that woman the Creatrix -- which means "a woman who makes things."
Following some pivotal life experiences that included being widowed without warning, navigating cancer, and a period of unhealthy coping mechanisms, Lydia began to incorporate a holistic approach to well-being that focused on the health of her body, mind and soul.
Keele's story of survival and self-discovery has inspired a life dedicated to making a profound impact on people across the globe through business, education and storytelling. She believes when a person finds their voice and shares their story, they can change the world around them.
Even though women make 95% of the financial decisions of a household, they are woefully underserved by financial institutions. What steps can you take as a woman over 50 to secure your financial future.
Michelle knew this was her big chance to create her best life. She had dreams of being an entrepreneur and using her skills and experiences to help people who really wanted to take their life to another level.
In this conversation with Pam Van Nest we chat about self-compassion for women over 50, why it's so hard for us, and how creating self-awareness leads to more compassion for ourselves and others.
Joy Imboden Overstreet has followed her curiosity for eight decades. When she finds herself flummoxed by a problem, she figures out how to work through it, then shares the process to empower others in similar situations. This pattern is the one through line in a dizzying variety of careers—guitar teacher, food writer, health educator, computer geek/tech writer, feng shui teacher and color consultant.
ove music, and being the rebel I have always been, flunked Math and Biology because I decided to focus on my music. I also ended up most summers in summer school bringing up those Math and Biology grades. What a waste of my time.