Joining me on the podcast is Dr. Leola Steward. Listen in as she shares her experience going through the Create Your More group program. Leola is an ordained minister with a Master's Degree in Biblical Christian Counseling and a Doctorate in Theology. She is an inspirational/motivational speaker looking to create more fulfillment in her life. Episode Transcript The Breakthrough group coaching program will open soon. Join the waitlist HERE to be notified when the doors open.
In today's fast-moving world, relevance is critical. But gaining – and retaining – relevance requires effort. Is it time to reinvent who you are and what you have to offer? Find out in this week's Mindset Monday.
Jo Pybus is a writer, feminist and what she calls late-onset to many things. She's an Ironman (Ironwoman) and represented Australia in triathlon and cycling in her 40s. She's latterly become a writer and a champion for raising awareness of menopause. Her mantra is better late than never! We talk about: What inspires Jo and what being late onset means to her Why Jo set herself extreme physical challenges Running 102km in perimenopause How physical activity helped her cope with grief Having a low intolerance to regret How women can stop settling for the way things are How she learnt that her body needed to adapt through perimenopause Why we need to talk about menopause more What it means to be a late onset feminist The Me Too movement and the way we see things differently now Menopause and history The importance of managing our stress well How to set yourself up to take action Recognising what no longer serves us Accepting that we may need more sleep The challenge and joy of dancing What Jo wants for women in midlife And more! Find more about Jo: Facebook | Instagram If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, share it and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you're listening. Find out how to leave a review here: bit.ly/leavepodcastreview You can find out more information and get the show notes to every episode at magnificentmidlife.com. That's also where you'll find strategies, support, and resources to help make your midlife magnificent. There's a midlife wellness program, courses, midlife mentoring to help make the most of your next chapter, and our online membership program. If not now, when?
Debbie talks to legendary business author and speaker Tom Peters. And if you're wondering why she's interviewing a business management guru, it's because Tom exemplifies the new name of the podcast: [B]OLDER. I.e. getting bolder as you grow older. Tom is the co-author of In Search of Excellence, which was published 40 years ago and is considered one of the most influential business books ever written. The book makes the argument that excellent companies treat their employees with respect. They put people first. That was a more unusual perspective four decades ago than it is now.Tom is known for his brash delivery and has been happily haranguing audiences and readers for decades with his philosophy of people first. In 2017 he received the Thinkers50 Lifetime Achievement Award. He also coined the term Personal Branding.And he's not stopping, even as he turns 80.In this conversation, he reflects on excellence and teamwork; passion, outrage and why they are the most important quality in a good speaker; his love for research and data and the concept of compassionomics. He also gets personal, opening up about his childhood and his mother's influence and reiterating why he is not done yet.He's as fanatical as ever and you'll hear Debbie occasionally interrupting or trying to interrupt him in this conversation. Not something Debbie normally does but Tom's Director of Programs, Shelley Dolley, encouraged her to do so. His most recent book, Excellence Now: Extreme Humanism, is more relevant now than ever with its emphasis on creating a humane workplace. It's his eighteenth book and it may be his last, he tells Debbie. Much of his written and speech material is available—free to download—at tompeters.com and excellencenow.com.Enjoy a spirited and wide-ranging conversation with a legendary thinker. Mentioned in this episode or useful:TomPeters.comTom Peters on TwitterIn Search of Excellence: Lessons from America's Best-Run Companies by Tom Peters and Bob Waterman (Harper Business; Reprint edition 2006)Excellence Now: Extreme Humanism by Tom Peters (Networlding Publishing, March 2021)Complete listing of Tom's booksThe Brand Called You by Tom Peters (Fast Company, August 31 1997)Tom Peters remembers Bob Waterman (who died Jan. 2, 2022)Debbie's Cool Friends interview with Tom Peters (2008)Susan Sargent (married to Tom Peters)Rebecca Eaton - Masterpiece TheaterMcKinsey & CoThe Firm: The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret Influence on American Business by Duff McDonald (Simon & Schuster; Reprint edition 2014)The Golden Passport: Harvard Business School, the Limits of Capitalism, and the Moral Failure of the MBA Elite by Duff McDonald (Harper Business; Reprint edition 2017)Tickled: A Commonsense Guide to the Present Moment by Duff McDonald (Harper; 2021)Dopesick (TV Mini Series 2021)Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty by Patrick Radden Keefe (Doubleday; 2021)Should Women Rule? (The Atlantic, November 2008)Compassionomics - The WebsiteCompassionomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence that Caring Makes a Difference by Stephen Trzeciack and Anthony Mazzarelli (Studer Group; 2019)Amazon.com: The Social Psychology of Organizing by Karl E. Weick (McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages; 1979)Thomas Keneally, the Australian writer Tom has been enjoying recently Note from DebbieIf you've been enjoying the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than two minutes and it really makes a difference. It makes me feel loved and it also attracts new listeners.Subscribe to my newsletter and get my free writing guide: https://bitly.com/debbie-free-guide.Connect with me:Twitter: @debbieweilInstagram: @debbieweilFacebook: @debbieweilLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/debbieweilBlog: Gap Year After SixtyEmail: email@example.com- DebbieWe Are Looking For a SponsorIf you are interested in reaching a smart and thoughtful audience of midlife, and older, listeners, contact Debbie Weil.Media PartnersNext For MeEncore.orgMEASupport this podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: it will help us find a sponsor! If you are interested, contact Debbie WeilSubscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or SpotifyCredits:Host: Debbie WeilProducer: Far Out MediaPodcast websiteMusic: Lakeside Path by Duck Lake
#jimjimsreinventionrevolution #mantras #tanaazchubb JimJim's kicking off the year with mantras that will help you break out in 2022. Listen to JJRR 90 as JimJim describes how 2021 was possibly his most uncomfortable year ever and why digging back into saxophone lessons after a 25 yr gap was the lightbulb moment that will likely make you dive in deep into mantras this year with him. Remember JJRR's greatest mantra: Reinvention is greater than resolution! (repeat slowly...again...again...again...again...again) Let's go 2022! Resources - JimJim'sReinventionRevolution (jimjimsreinventionrevolution.com) My Pocket Mantras: Powerful Words to Connect, Comfort, and Protect: Chubb, Tanaaz: 9781507205785: Amazon.com: Books 02:28s Kicking off 2022 by digging into Mantras 03:58s Looking back at 2021 – most uncomfortable year ever? 08:45s Taking saxophone lessons Steve Kortyka again after 25yrs off 10:20s Music practice process informs the power of mantras, slow and repeat 12:20s Saxophone example of learning diminished patterns 15:40s Mantras: definition and impact 19:10s Morning mantra: today I feel energized and invigorated by life 21:44s Success mantra: when I am true to myself, I align with my purpose 24:01s Success mantra: I give myself permission to succeed 25:49s Abundance mantra: I make room in my life to receive blessings of abundance 28:49 Transformation mantra: I know that the universe will guide me to clarity 31:10s Transformation mantra: I'm ready to make changes in life that are for my highest good 33:30s Transformation mantra: I am transforming my mind and body in miraculous ways 36:20s Bedtime mantra: I release the event of the day and forgive myself and others 38:14s JJRR mantra: Reinvention is greater than resolution!
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I am bringing back another classic episode of the What's Next! Podcast with Josh Linkner. Josh is a five-time tech entrepreneur and hyper-growth CEO, two-time New York Times Bestselling author, top-rated keynote speaker, and founding partner of Detroit Venture Partners. Josh lives at the intersection of tech and advertising. In this episode, he and Tiffani explore how this intersection includes hacking, reinvention, and creativity. They also share ways that you can use traditions to be more innovative. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… leaders and those who want to harness innovation. TODAY'S MAIN MESSAGE… Do new startups need to have a hacker mentality? Well Josh thinks a small jazz ensemble is a perfect metaphor for business. He defines reinvention and what people can learn from and do to start reinventing their business. Josh also goes in to what leaders can do to harness innovation and tap into the holistic creative minds of their organizations. Running Time: 33:16 Find Tiffani on Social Media: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Find Josh on Social Media Website LinkedIn Twitter
Reinvention: It's not about changing yourself… It's about changing how you think about yourself. You are already amazing! You are already powerful beyond your imagination. If you set your intentions every day you will be amazed at what starts to happen. Your brain will go to work for you. You will start to find evidence for your “shiny new thoughts” which will reinforce them and give you energy and motivation to take new action… to try something different… to try something new.
In 2011, award-winning executive creative director Libby DeLana challenged herself to walk every day for 30 days. It has now been ten years since Libby took on this challenge, and she hasn't missed a day! Libby has walked 25,000+ miles, which equates to walking around the circumference of the earth and then some.These daily walks have transformed Libby's life. She has been able to slow down and reconnect with herself and the world around her. She has discovered how walking allows her to process thoughts, improve creativity, and more. Libby has recently discovered another way to slow down and gain perspective – learning to fly!In today's episode, Sylvia and Libby discuss how to shift to higher consciousness in simple and accessible ways, overcoming limitations, the power of slowing down, cold plunging, and much more. Topics Include:All female collegesWhat design has taught Libby about lifeThe power of the next stepSeeing the world at "foot speed"Writing her book Do / WalkCold plunging and Wim HofLearning to flyYoung women and flight And other topics...Libby Park DeLana is an award-winning executive creative director, designer/art director, author, and walker. Libby has spent 30+ years in the ad world, during which time her work has been celebrated and featured in CannesLions, The One Show Awards, D&AD, Graphis, Fast Company, and Communication Arts. Libby is the former director of design at MullenLowe Group and is the Co-Founder of Mechanica. She is also on the Board of Directors for several purpose-driven organizations including, BlinkNow and The Jeanne Gieger Crisis Center, and is an advisor at It's August. In 2021, Libby published her first book, Do Walk: Navigate Earth, Mind, and Body. Step by Step. She is an advocate for female leadership, an aspiring pilot, an avid fly fisherwoman, and a mother. Follow Libby:Instagram: @parkhere and @thismorningwalkTwitter: @parkhereWebsite: www.thismorningwalk.com January 2022 RetreatCold Plunge on Cape Cod with Libby https://autocamp.com/mindful-reset-weekend-at-autocamp-cape-cod/Resources Mentioned:Do Walk by Libby DeLana: https://www.thismorningwalk.com/buy-do-walk The Wim Hof Method: https://www.wimhofmethod.com/ West With the Night, by Beryl Markham: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9780865477636 Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail: by Cheryl Strayed https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/wild-cheryl-strayed/1110776475 The Do Lectures Organization: https://thedolectures.com/ The Overstory by Richard Powers: http://www.richardpowers.net/the-overstory/ Dr. Suzanne Simard's Finding the Mother Tree ProjectBird by Bird by Anne LamottWant to connect? Visit us online and signup for the monthly WWF newsletter!Website – https://www.whenwomenfly.com/Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest – @whenwomenflyEmail – firstname.lastname@example.org
On this episode, I kickoff the 2022 New Year with a special edition, solo episode dedicated to Sandstone Peak which is known as the tallest peak in the Santa Monica Mountains (Pacific Palisades/Malibu area). It is a most special place in my hiking journey that I hope you visit one day whether you are a LA local or are visiting from out of town. Reflecting back on 2021, I made the pilgrimage back here numerous times and each time solidified why this is my favorite trek of all time. I share how I first discovered this mountain, my overall thoughts and feelings towards this place, recap some of my adventures here, and I open up about life events that led to my hiking journey. I talk about finding True North, the importance of physical activity, and the power of reinvention for leveling up in one's life. May this episode inspire you to get on out there and live your best outdoor life in 2022! Follow @justroc on https://www.instagram.com/justroc/ and @just.trek on https://www.instagram.com/just.trek/ Shop Just Trek merch on https://www.justtrek.net/shop View photos from the discussed hikes on https://www.justtrek.net/explore Want to send me a message? Email me at email@example.com or DM on Instagram @just.trek Like the show? Leave a 5 star rating and review follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. You can now leave ratings on Spotify, so make sure to leave a 5 star rating on there as well! Consider supporting the podcast by donating on anchor.fm/justtrek/support or on Venmo @justroc. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justtrek/message
In this episode of the Road to Growth podcast, we are pleased to introduce you to Silja Thor. Silja is a serial entrepreneur, business mentor, speaker & author who helps her clients build successful and profitable businesses without sacrificing their personal lives. She works with online entrepreneurs, who are doing well but are ready for growth, to help them sharpen their offering and work out smarter ways to attract their ideal clients. Many of the people Silja works with are feeling overwhelmed, working long hours to try to make their business a success. But they are no longer willing to sacrifice what matters most to them, so Silja helps them leave the overwhelm behind and build highly profitable businesses which are The number nine plays a very significant role in Silja's life. Not only is it her lucky number, but she has started nine businesses while living in nine different countries. She decided to become a business mentor when she became a mother to her daughter India and realised she needed a better work-life balance. At the time, she was the CEO and co-founder of a successful business but she was spending so much time working, she felt like she was missing out on her daughter's childhood. Silja made the tough decision to step down as CEO and give away her shares in the company before setting up as a business mentor. She now helps other people to find a better balance between their career and personal life so they don't feel the same way she did. Her areas of expertise include establishing the right foundations for a business (offering, messaging, positioning and pricing), client attraction, avoiding overwhelm through lifestyle design and creating a money mindset. She helps her client align every part of their business with their zone of genius to set the stage for massive growth. Silja is also co-author of The Power of Reinvention, a book which guides readers through first-person narratives that are sure to inspire them, and all in the hope that they'll come away feeling equipped to go after their dreams. Learn more and connect with Silja Thor by visiting her on Website: https://www.siljathor.com/home Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/siljathor/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/silja.thor/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/businesslaunchgrowth Be sure to follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/to_growth on Facebook: facebook.com/Road2Growth Subscribe to our podcast across the web: https://www.theenriquezgroup.com/blog Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Cdmacc iTunes: https://apple.co/2F4zAcn Castbox: http://bit.ly/2F4NfQq Google Play: http://bit.ly/2TxUYQ2 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKnzMRkl-PurAb32mCLCMeA?view_as=subscriber If you are looking to be a Guest on Podcasts please click below https://kitcaster.com/rtg/
In this end-of-the-year bonus episode, Sylvia shares why she took her first break in publishing new episodes this December. She discusses what listeners can expect in 2022, the difficulty of balancing child-rearing with aging parents, and more.Want to connect? Visit us online and signup for the monthly WWF newsletter!Website – https://www.whenwomenfly.com/Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest – @whenwomenflyEmail – firstname.lastname@example.org
What do Marilyn Monroe and Reinvention have in common? For our last episode of 2021, Trans Role Model Billie Bertan tells us how she came to love herself. How can a child who knew only knew hunger and homelessness become the poster child for rebirth? In this epic true tale, Billie encounters Marilyn, cinematic superstar Ondine, the iconic Andy Warhol, and finds her people among the illegal homosexuals of Central Park's Vaseline Flats. But Billie was just getting started: she hitchhiked to San Francisco to Transition at 50, she's now 38 years sober, she recently gave up smoking after 66 years, and this year - at the age of 80 - she lectured at Stanford. Aunt Billie wants you know: Anything is possible, and Pleasure is your Birthright! #Trans #RememberWhoYouAre #CharmingPinkBow Song: ‘Body and Mind‘ (Girl in Red) Episode links: Uberlube: Uberlube is a luxurious, high-grade silicone lubricant made from clean, body-friendly ingredients; it's just silicone with a little Vitamin E. 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Talking Life And Career Transitions Over Curry Like soooo many of us, Joanne Lee Molinaro hopped on to TikTok in July of 2020 as a way of coping with the isolation of quarantine. But as fate would have it, a post of her making Korean braised potatoes for dinner (while her husband taught a piano lesson in the background) went viral and The Korean Vegan was officially on the map. But it's not just her red chili paste mushroom pasta or vegan kimchi cheese fries that gathers the masses and leaves them hankering for more. My guest on today's episode is no stranger to enduring (and leveraging) major life transitions… and she's using her platform to share stories that challenge and inspire. Joanne, a lawyer turned full-time creator and New York Times bestselling author, is a child to immigrant parents who at times found themselves in near-starvation situations in what is now known as North Korea. She shares about this among many of her other heroic tales through her social media platforms. And with over 3.5 million fans, it's clear that her storytelling and vulnerability are what people are craving… along with her tasty chocolate chip paht cookie recipe. In this episode, we chat about: Transitioning and pivoting in life and careers The idea of reinvention and how it's never too late in order to align with your design to create a life that lights you up The power and influence of storytelling and vulnerability And so much more! Whether you find yourself in a moment of transition, you're dreaming of making a career jump (that may or may not make sense to those around you), or you simply love a story that moves you to your core, you're going to love my conversation with Joanne. Here's a glance at this episode... [Insert transcript brief] Click here to listen! Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy."
For this last week of 2021 (12/27-12/31) we have something special for you. Each day we will re-release one of the top 5 most popular episodes of the past year. We will resume our regular schedule with a new episode on 1/3/2021. Have a Happy Holiday and Happy New Year! Best of 2021 #4: Tony Horton - Creator of P90x Shares Why He Left Beachbody and His Journey of Reinvention (Originally released 2/18/21) Today on the podcast I have the pioneer in the online program creation space and the man that helped put the company Beachbody on the map with his revolutionary workout program, P90X. Listen, I have been a trainer now for almost a decade and I have seen many online workout programs come and go and this one has managed to weather the storms. I think you are going to really enjoy hearing more about the journey of Tony Horton. Tony is on the show today and as I hinted he is the wildly popular creator of the best-selling P90X®fitness series. He is also a best selling author and one of the most motivating people you will ever come across. He shares the ins and outs of how he went from training rockstars like Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen to getting started with Beachbody and creating arguably one of the most popular fitness programs of all time. He is going to walk you along that path as well as talk about why he split from Beachbody and was actually “scared to death” afterwards. We discuss how Tony reinvented himself afterwards and what he is up to now. We also talk about a recent massive health scare that Tony experienced and how it impacted his mental health and how he has bounced back since. This episode is going to hit home with many and is going to help inspire and give you the tools needed to have success even when you have failed time and time again. You will also gain a lot of insight on how to truly create a meaningful transformation from one of the most popular fitness coaches of all time. Topics discussed: Tony's workout routine How did Tony's workout program start and how they do it when there's still no social media The inspiration behind P90X Tony Horton and Carl Daikeler and how they met The most fulfilling part for Tony In life after Beachbody, how did the sequels end up doing, and which are the most popular ones Looking back, would Tony wish in some shape or fashion that he would have just stopped after P90x? What was the main reason behind why they parted ways 2 years ago? Did Tony feel like he was at a low point after he called it quits with Beachbody? Does Tony ask himself questions like, “Who am I? Who am I anymore without Beachbody?” Tony's advice for the people that just can't seem to find success. Tony's story about the illness he experienced years ago How did Tony's health scare affect his mental health? Tony's advice for someone to create a meaningful transformation Connect with Tony Horton here Thanks to this episode's sponsors: Earth Echo Foods/Cacao Bliss: www.earthechofoods.com/dougbopst Use Promo code "Doug" at checkout to receive 15% off your order BiOptimizers/Magnesium Breakthrough: Go to www.magbreakthrough.com/doug and use the code DOUG10 to save 10 percent when you try Magnesium Breakthrough.
In this week's episode of Divorce & Beyond, Top Divorce Attorney and Host, Susan Guthrie, visits with our friend, stylist and dating expert, Alyssa Dineen, about her new book, The Art of Online Dating, and the amazing power of reinventing yourself after your divorce or at any time you want to start fresh! As we enter a new year, a time when we often reflect on our lives and make plans to effect change, it is a wonderful time to reflect on the concept of reinvention. Although it may feel like you have lost your sense of self, this is actually a time where we can make those changes so that the person we see in the mirror actually reflects the person that we have become. My guest this week, Alyssa Dineen, is an expert on the process as she has helped so many to refine their looks as a stylist and as a dating profile expert. Alyssa recently released her first book, The Art of Online Dating, in which she shares both her journey beyond divorce as well as her insider tips so that you can reinvent yourself - from the outside in! Listen to this episode and make the rest of your life, the BEST of your life! *** This is Alyssa's Second Appearance on Divorce & Beyond! Check out her other episode, "Style Your Profile and Hit Refresh After Divorce with Super Stylist, Alyssa Dineen on the Divorce & Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq. #134" *** ********************************************************************************************* More Information on Our Special Guest, Alyssa Dineen: Hi! I'm Alyssa Dineen and I'm a personal stylist and dating coach all rolled into one. I started Style My Profile to help other online daters feel better about getting out there— and staying out there— in the world of online dating. Whether it's to meet your soulmate, to find a fun person to have dinner with or even just match with more people, I can help you from the ground up. From making the decision about whether you're actually ready to online date, to finding your true-to-you style for your profile photos and IRL dates, to what to include in your profile, to actually asking someone out. With my 20 years of styling expertise, my art director eye, my new book, The Art of Online Dating, and my own personal dating experience, I am able to coach online daters successfully through the foreign world of dating apps. 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In her final Essay, the writer Madeleine Bunting explores the work of the Korean-born philosopher Byung Chul-Han, who passionately argues that the decline of traditional ritual has potentially disastrous consequences. Ritual, he believes, creates a sense of belonging. The rituals of Christmas make this very obvious: it is a time when even hardened sceptics feel able to enjoy traditions again, from the familiar pattern of Nine Lessons and Carols to family rituals around what you eat and when, or in what order you unwrap your presents. So, asks Madeleine, is it time we gave up on scornful attitudes towards ritual and started valuing it again? This BBC Radio 3 series explores aspects of ritual throughout this week, taking in public and private Christmas rituals and asking what the Covid pandemic has taught us about their significance. The series producer is Kristine Pommert for CTVC.
Today's topic is sensitive because it involves extreme pain, physical and spiritual pain; the kinds of pain that often lead to Suicide. We are going take a look at the life and journey of Patty Blue Hayes and her book Wine, Sex and Suicide: My Near-Death Divorce is inspirational. The book is a journal of the dark […] The post The Path to Reinvention and Rediscovery appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
Have you ever thought about writing your memoir in retirement? Or being a travel writer as you cover the globe? Award-winning author and instructor, Kerrie Flanagan, knows her way around the publishing industry and has lots of useful tips in this episode. https://www.kerrieflanagan.com/ https://www.wordsmith.institute/ https://www.allianceindependentauthors.org/ Thank you to Bokuwa and Wizzie2k for your music! https://open.spotify.com/artist/7HfQ9VLWIRSikubNOZiu8J
She is the woman who pioneered boutique fitness and revolutionized how the world rode stationary bikes. Co-Founder of SoulCycle & Flywheel, author of the book “Riding High”, current member of the Board of Directors for F45, health & wellness ambassador for One World Spa, Keynote Speaker, a mom, a grandma, a Long Island native, whose story of resilience, perseverance & reinvention at any age has inspired, supported and empowered so many. Meet Ruth Zukerman. THE GOAT of Indoor Cycling. I said what I said. Don't @ me.
The Need for Reinvention | Nadya Zhexembayeva | TGV178 Genre: Reinvention and Development, Career Guidance. In today's world where everything keeps changing and disrupting after a particular period of time, organizations need to improve and analyze every mistake they make and get the best out of these situations of difficulty. It is the job of a CRO (Chief Reinvention Officer) to do the aforementioned task for the company and prepare for the drastic changes a company or organization may go through even before it occurs. In the episode: Nadya's Career so far. (2:54) What is reinvention? (5:04) How does reinvention help an individual/organization? (6:45) Ways to reinvent ourselves! (9:25) How does reinvention take place in big companies, and does it help them? (13:30) How and why do some companies fail to reinvent themselves? (17:45) Rapid Fire Round (21:20) What is your advice to those aspiring to make BIG in their careers? (24:54) About the Guest: Nadya is a consultant, writer and a TEDx speaker. She helps organizations and companies to change their mistakes, change and disruptions into new opportunities to help them grow and prosper. She specializes in re-invention and also has her own business. She has worked for many big companies such as the Coca-Cola Company, ERG, Kohler, L'Oreal, IBM, CISCO, Erste Bank, Henkel, Knauf Insulation to help them reinvent their products, processes and leadership practices. Follow the guest on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nadyazhexembayeva/ Connect with the hosts on LinkedIn: Naveen Samala: https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/naveensamala Sudhakar Nagandla: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nvsudhakar #innovation, #reinvention, #reinventing, #cro, #CXO, #tedtalks, #connecting, #tgv, #naveensamala, #sudhakarnagandla, #podcast, #podcastepisode
Josh Linkner, VC, tech entrepreneur, NYT bestselling author, keynote speaker. 2:39 - What is the attitude of Detroit, MI? 4:19 - Who was Josh Linkner's first influences in developing his attitude. Adores his wife. How did grandparents influence his attitude. Big Little Breakthroughs book. Grandmother was very present. 8:53 - When people come to pitch a venture capital partner, what do you look for when you decide how to invest. What are the mistakes and what are the successes? As an investor I want to see how passionate you are about your concept. Been involved with the launch of over 100 startups. Coachable. Discipline to overcome adversity. Attitude is the way you dedicate yourself to the way you think. Open-mindedness. Failing is not a four letter word. 15:14 - Who is the most humble person you've met? Innovation. Trellan rustwick. Ballot Bin bright yellow bin. You don't need to be a billionaire to be innovative. Micro innovations. 24:23 - Discipline Dreaming book. Adding creativity to our lives. Music as a mechanism to inspire innovation. The Road To Reinvention book. Reinvention should be an ongoing process. 28:08 - Is leadership changing. The best leaders are service oriented leaders. Great leaders are great learners. Great leaders focus on who they serve. Delivering extraordinary value. Longer term focused rather than short term. 30:48 - Knowledge through the decades. What was the attitude lesson at birth. Service. Thoughts on being broke. You're not broke as a person. There is a real opportunity to learn through failure. The smartest people have big failures. 36:31 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 10? Selling illegal fireworks. 37:50 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 20? Put self through college with music. Jazz. Building creatively confidence. Michel Dell. 42:31 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 30? Building company EatWise. Jewish decent. Going above and beyond. Divorce. Wanted to be a mensch. 45:23 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 40? Do the right thing rather than the easy thing. Maintain integrity. 48:17 - What was the attitude lesson at the age of 50? Trying to be more patient. Thought leadership. Platypus Labs, innovation training. Mudita. Taking joy in other peoples' success. Apposite of schadenfreude. Venture fund with a soul. Impact11. 51:26 - Message of hope. Escaping dormant creativity. Have. Do. Be. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SUBSCRIBE / RATE / REVIEW
Seventy million baby boomers are still out there and will be around for another two or three decades, and happily, in this third act of life. Thought leader and American cultural historian Larry Samuel invites us to rethink our mindset about ageism and how we must work on ways to serve older 50s to mid-70s as they enter a new era in their lives, needing to be heard and supported. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Most marketers are ignoring older customers. It's like the Wild West when it comes to aging, where everybody's doing it differently. Larry enumerates his recommendations to effectively communicate with this generation based on the ten values. ✔️ Value 1: Youthfulness. Boomers are considered to be a permanently youthful generation. This has significant implications for marketers who speak to them as old when they are young inside (well, in fact, it's just their bodies that get older.) Larry points out, "Approaching that target market through a lens of youthfulness can be a very compelling proposition, rather than the typical way we are treated of being old and in physical or cognitive decline. That's not a good way to approach us." ✔️ Value 2: Knowledge. BOOMERS were the most educated generation until millennials came along. Research shows that we generate new brain cells until we're dead, basically. Hence, the older generation is perfectly capable of learning new things, and that's an essential value for boomers -- whether it is taking classes at a community college, traveling, learning about a different culture or a new language, or taking music lessons. ✔️ Value 3: Reinvention. Studies have shown that regardless of age, people are extremely resilient, adaptable and can reinvent themselves. Whether through work, romance or spirituality, we are constantly reshaping and morphing into different people, so I think that's an important one for marketers who mistakenly believe that we're not going to change. ✔️ Value 4: Creativity. It's in our DNA. That was an idea embedded in us early in the 50s and 60s when we were growing up. Research shows that creativity is good for physical and mental health. It'll keep you alive longer, literally, if you're expressing your individual creativity in some way. ✔️ Value 5: Bucket List. Boomers already have the time and money to explore different avenues in pursuit. "I recommend to marketers to be an enabler of that. How can you present or develop a new product or service as a way for a baby boomer to cross something off their list and achieve a lifetime experience that they always wanted to do?" ✔️ Value 6: Self Actualization. We all remember Maslow's theory is the hierarchy; there is a lot of truth to it; you often go up through these stages for most of us. Accepting that you're a wiser person and that you should leverage that in some way and through this emotional contentment and satisfaction that also comes along and enables you to evolve as a human being. ✔️ Value 7: Community. Boomers were once the largest community globally and are now outnumbered by millennials; there were 70 million in the 50s up still alive. ✔️ Value 8: Activism. Idealism is embedded in the older generation and passed on to a great degree. They form a very powerful political bloc, a constituency that people in public and private spheres can reach out to. It would be wise for marketers to sort of tap into this innate activist spirit that boomers have. ✔️ Value 9: Purpose. They are doing things like volunteering, mentoring, coaching or teaching. These are a few of what they haven't gotten around to doing much as a younger person. ✔️ Value 10: Legacy. Boomers are thinking about their mortality for the first time. The idea that we will live longer than our physical selves is a very powerful one. So you're seeing a lot of philanthropy, charity, a lot of donating time and money in different ways. Lawrence R. Samuel is the founder of AmeriCulture, a Miami- and New York City-based consultancy dedicated to thought leadership relating to the past, present, and future of American culture. As a trailblazer in translating cultural insights and emerging trends into business opportunities for Fortune 1000 companies and their agencies, Larry is widely recognized as an expert in the economic, social, and political dynamics of consumer behavior. Larry is the author of many books, including Age Friendly: Ending Ageism in America, Aging in America: A Cultural History, and Boomers 3.0: Marketing to Baby Boomers in Their Third Act of Life. He also writes the “Psychology Yesterday,” “Boomers 3.0,” and “Future Trends” blogs for psychologytoday.com and is widely quoted in the media. Larry holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Minnesota, an MBA in Marketing from the University of Georgia, and was named a 2017 NextAvenue Influencer in Aging. Find Larry on Twitter @LarrySamuel and LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/larry-samuel-9029a713/ ---------------------------------------------------------------- If you have questions, comments, or need help, please feel free to drop a one-minute audio or video clip and email it to me at email@example.com, and I will get back to you by recording an answer to your question. About Melissa Batchelor, Ph.D., RN, FNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN: I earned my Bachelor of Science in Nursing ('96) and Master of Science in Nursing ('00) as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) School of Nursing (SON). I genuinely enjoy working with the complex medical needs of older adults. I worked full-time for five years as FNP in geriatric primary care across many long-term care settings (skilled nursing homes, assisted living, home, and office visits), then transitioned into academic nursing in 2005, joining the faculty at UNCW SON as a lecturer. I obtained my Ph.D. in Nursing and a post-master's Certificate in Nursing Education from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing ('11). I then joined the faculty at Duke University School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. My family moved to northern Virginia in 2015 and led to me joining the George Washington University (GW) School of Nursing faculty in 2018 as a (tenured) Associate Professor. I am also the Director of the GW Center for Aging, Health, and Humanities. Please find out more about her work at https://melissabphd.com/.
Reinvention is Key to Lasting Success | Loren Harris | Raw & UNscripted w/Christopher Rausch Tuesdays @ 7pm (pst) / 10pm (est) Discover why reinventing yourself as you learn and grow is massively important Learn specific strategies for embracing change and getting out of your comfort zone Gain valuable insights for living an honest and transparent life without fear of judgment Please join me LIVE Tues, 12/21/2021 @ 7pm (PST) as I chat with the one and only Loren Michaels Harris! Loren's journey in life has all the makings of a big screen movie. Now as a speaker, mentor, and "Break Through Coach" he dedicates his life to uplifting the souls he works with and empowering our youth to take charge of their lives!! Videocast replay link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSarzfVJe00 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSarzfVJe00) In this conversation we intend on providing you perspective shifts on your own journey and inspire you to develop new patterns which support your greater good moving forward. Most import in this endeavour is changing the language you use when you talk to yourself. Please discover more about Loren here: http://www.Lorenmichaelsharris.com (www.Lorenmichaelsharris.com) and http://www.powerofwesymposium.com (www.powerofwesymposium.com) No doubt this conversation will provide tons of #inspiration and #motivation to potentially change your #Perspective and #Mindset! Bring your favorite note-taking tools and let's make the changes we need to move to the next level of our life! BONUS: We'll be interacting with you LIVE in the comments section with your thoughts and answering your questions! Are YOU READY #KickassNation #MisFits4Life??? #NoExcusesCoach #Raw&UNscripted #NoRegrets #Unstoppable For More Information please check out: http://www.christopherrausch.com/ (www.ChristopherRausch.com) http://www.youtube.com/TheChristopherRausch (www.Youtube.com/TheChristopherRausch)
#jimjimsreinventionrevolution #lawzy #legaltech Jillian Baronoff is a lawyer turned entrepreneur who's passion is providing easily accessible, low cost legal service to the public. Listen to JJRR 89 as Jillian describes how frustrations she experienced in her law firm's model, with respect to charging clients and the lifestyle it required of her, provided the push to found Lawzy. Buoyed by the growing tech scene in her homebase of Miami, FL, Lawzy is spearheading much needed tech into law, providing contemporary connection for clients and lawyers. https://lawzyapp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/lawzyapp/?hl=en https://www.jimjimsreinventionrevolution.com/resources 07:51s Weather in Miami, Florida 09:27s Tech wave / scene in Miami accelerating during pandemic 11:38s Lawzy, the app: ask a lawyer a question 14:44s Law; an industry of gatekeepers 18:27s Challenges of state bar association regulations, preventing innovation 20:27s Lawzy approved by Florida bar, going state to state 21:56s Privacy advantages of app / cell phone versus laptop 24:41s Choosing entrepreneurship having parental role models 26:56s Stressed out at the law firm and dreaming of better lifestyle 31:20s Getting started with savings and raising funding with crowdfunding 34:02s Hiring the right tech expertise to fill in gaps vs like minded people 36:40s Reinvention revelation: you do not need to be perfect 39:12s Looking for feedback: the good, the bad and the ugly “With law we've been very late to catch on to technology, arguably one of the latest industries.” “I think to me the magic word of how to describe law is it's really been an industry of gatekeepers.” Enjoy the episode? Share with friends! Subscribe in Spotify, Apple or Google Podcasts! https://www.jimjimsreinventionrevolution.com/resources
How to reinvent yourself from some self destruction! Ask and listen to National Champ Cam Tessari. Listen to the interview with Coach Cimoroni as he weaves through an incredible journey from the depths of self doubt to the Top of the Podium with the Cam Tessari...A true inspiration... Thank you to this episode's sponsors and partners! Next Level Continuing Education ServPro Limo King Check out more of Coach Cimoroni and the podcast at: www.maverickpodcasting.com
The CPG Guys, Sri & PVSB, are joined in this episode by Bob Goodwin, the founder of Career Club, which provides career coaching, an online job search course, and a CRM platform to organize professional network and job search activities. Follow Bob Goodwin on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobgoodwincareerclub/ Follow Career Club on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/career-club1/Follow Career Club online at: http://career.clubBob answers these questions:1) Bob, why don't you start by giving us the back story of how you developed a passion for helping people like me with reinventing their careers and then turned that into Career Club?2) Based on all of your interactions with job seekers, what are the core 2 or 3 activities you recommend they do to prepare themselves to succeed in finding a new and better job and where do they often find the most trouble adapting to their situation?3) “The great resignation” is all over the news these days as people decide to leave the jobs and career trajectories they had been on for years? What are your thoughts on this phenomenon and the opportunities it presents?4) How do our convictions, what we truly believe about ourselves, greatly influence the choices we make, the clarity we have on what we want (and don't want), and the confidence we bring to our work everyday?5) When you created Career Club, you wanted to create something fundamentally different than the resume editors or career coaches that you see advertised all over LinkedIn. Help us understand what you are building at Career Club and why mid-career professionals should find it meaningful?6) You have an upcoming eBook titled “Making Your Own Weather.” What advice are you looking to impart upon Job Seekers in this eBook?7) The pandemic brought about substantial transformation in the retail/CPG industry. What do job seekers need to focus on in finding the right opportunity when all the rules are being upended and the skills needed to succeed appear to be changing on a daily basis?8) What is Netwasting and how does clarity in your job search unlock your ability to find the job that will let you succeed?Please provide the CPG Guys feedback at http://ratethispodcast.com/cpgguysCPG Guys Website: http://CPGGuys.comCPG Guys on Instagram: https://instagram.com/cpgguysPlease follow the Network of Executive Women at http://newonline.org/cpgguysDISCLAIMER: The content in this podcast episode is provided for general informational purposes only. By listening to our episode, you understand that no information contained in this episode should be construed as advice from CPGGUYS, LLC or the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for research on any subject matter. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by CPGGUYS, LLC. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. CPGGUYS LLC expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other damages arising out of any individual's use of, reference to, or inability to use this podcast or the information we presented in this podcast.
Alumnus Roger Osorio '04 FINIB, a reinvention coach and founder of The School of Reinvention, discusses his own path, tips for reinventing your mental wellbeing, why and how companies should include wellbeing into their strategy along with how to reinvent our own selfcare by developing healthy habits.“There are things that we can do to be intentional about designing our days, our routines, our lives for sustainable wellbeing, even when our jobs are not perfect.” –Roger Osorio
Are you one of many people today who are reinventing their future? Perhaps it is time for a career change, a new challenge, maybe a greater sense of wellbeing. Maybe you feel stuck with what to do next or have been offered new options to consider? If any of these ring true for you then do join us for a conversation with Rona Mackenzie, who has evolved her career to pursue a variety of exciting opportunities. Rona's career has developed from the world of school leadership and management to Chief Operating Officer of a luxury jewellery company, a senior sales role in cyber security and today her dream consultancy role with the Inspirational Development Group supporting the growth of the next generation of global leaders. Having reinvented my own career on a number of occasions I am anticipating a great conversation with Rona that could give you lots of inspiration and ideas as you transform your own future.
This is the last episode before we take a podcasting break for the holidays. See you back here in January 2022! And yes, we're trying out a new name. The focus of the podcast has become broader than the topic of “taking a gap year.” So the new name is [B]OLDER: Making the most of growing older. In other words, boldly reinventing life and work at midlife and beyond. Debbie is always on the lookout for guests who can lend a new perspective to the concept of time and our perception of how much of it we have. So when she read Oliver Burkeman's new book, Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals, she knew he had to come on the show. Plus the book is terrific and it's getting lots of notice.The first sentence is “The average human life span is absurdly, terrifyingly, insultingly short.” In other words, about 4,000 weeks.Oliver is a British author and journalist who wrote a popular weekly column, This Column Will Change Your Life, for The Guardian for over a decade. He has reported from London, Washington and New York and recently moved with his wife and son from Brooklyn, NY back to Yorkshire in the UK to be near his family. He has established himself as a tongue-in-cheek expert on productivity and time management and how that does - or does not - lead to happiness. He sums up his new book very nicely in his Twitter profile: explaining that 4,000 Weeks is about embracing limitation and finally getting round to what matters. As he's 46, he's only lived about 2,400 of those 4,000 weeks himself but he tells Debbie in this episode that he may be getting closer to a better relationship with time.Debbie and Oliver talk about time and self-worth, why we are so future-oriented, the connection between time and happiness, and why it might be okay that we use social media as a distraction. Oliver is a contrarian thinker but he's truly interested in how to build a meaningful life. Debbie had a number of aha moments in this conversation and listeners will too! Mentioned in this episode or useful:Oliver Burkeman's website@oliverburkeman on TwitterFour Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals by Oliver Burkeman (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2021)The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking by Oliver Burkeman (Farrar, Straus and Giroux; Reprint edition, 2013)This Column Will Change Your Life (The Guardian, 2006 - 2020)Jung on the Provisional Life (Jungian Center for the Spiritual Sciences)Who is Marie-Louise von Franz? (David C. Hamilton, Jungian Psychoanalyst, IAAP)Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (Harper Perennial Modern Classics, 2008)What is Flow in Psychology? (PositivePsychology.com, November 25 2021)Understanding Nonlinear Time (The Four Winds, November 27 2018)Chronos vs Kairos: How Ancient Greeks Saw Time (McKinley Valentine, November 3 2020)Telic vs atelic activities, and the meaning of life (Philosophy as a Way of Life, September 27 2019)Midlife: A Philosophical Guide by Kieran Setiya (Princeton University Press, 2017)Kieran Setiya Note from DebbieIf you've been enjoying the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than two minutes and it really makes a difference. It makes me feel loved and it also attracts new listeners.Subscribe to my newsletter and get my free writing guide: https://bitly.com/debbie-free-guide.Connect with me:Twitter: @debbieweilInstagram: @debbieweilFacebook: @debbieweilLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/debbieweilBlog: Gap Year After SixtyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org- Debbie We Are Looking For a Sponsor or Podcast NetworkIf you are interested in reaching a smart and thoughtful audience of midlife, and older, listeners, contact Debbie Weil. Media PartnersNext For MeEncore.orgMEA Support this podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: it will help us find a sponsor! If you are interested, contact Debbie WeilSubscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or Spotify Credits:Host: Debbie WeilProducer: Far Out MediaPodcast websiteMusic: Lakeside Path by Duck Lake
“You have to have a strong why.” In this episode, Allison interviews Dr. Harvey Castro. Dr. Harvey is an entrepreneur, author of “Success Reinvention,” founder of over 20 successful companies, ER Doctor, and MBA. Harvey shares mistakes people have made when trying to reach success. Success is not an accident. It is created moment by moment, breath by breath, and choice by choice. No matter where you are in life or what obstacles you are facing, NOW is the best time to recreate yourself to define the success you want. Connect with Dr. Harvey: https://www.harveycastromd.info Download Top 10 Mistakes that Stop You From Creating Success https://www.harveycastromd.info/10mistakes
"Today, it's about rethinking your business model to adjust to new societal needs because society has evolved, science has evolved, what makes sense and what doesn't make sense in society has evolved and will further evolve." - Fabiaan van Vrekhem The finer details of this episode :Definition of Organization ReinventionWhat approach you need to take when reinventing your organization?What questions to ask and consider before reinventing your organization?The difference between a roadblock and a wrong turnHow organization reinvention impacts people management Episode resourcesSummit CPA website - www.summitcpa.netEmail us with questions - email@example.com Email Fabiaan - firstname.lastname@example.orgPurchase Fabiaan's book on Amazon - Disruption@Work
In this week's episode, Ricardo talks about the book "The Rule is No Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention", whose subject is the culture of Netflix. Ricardo explains that he read this book recently, which is based on an interview @reed Hastings gave to @Des Dearlove from @Thinkers50. Ricardo comments that Netflix breaks the chain of command and control and adopts a policy (or maybe no policy) where employees are free to make decisions by themselves on all sorts of topics, including how their vacation will be or how their travel expenses will be. He also says that in the interview, Reed said that the only "rule" is to make decisions always considering Netflix's best interest. Another exciting factor is that people are free to be truthful, even if they disagree with an idea coming from the CEO. And last but not least, Netflix values humility, helping and being helped by colleagues. Ricardo recommends you read the book and look at the Netflix Culture page at https://jobs.netflix.com/culture. Listen to the podcast to learn more.
Key Lessons1. Legacy. I have always wanted to write as a legacy for the next generation. I didn't feel ready before, but I am at that stage where my biggest responsibility is to make an impact.2. Military Motivation. I was directionless during my National Service, drinking and sliding downwards. I went into the military looking for discipline. I loved the military but left after 7 years in protest without a Plan B.3. Business Wilderness. I went into business by default and spent 15 years experimenting with buying and selling, operating a sawmill, import and export of electricals, wines, air conditioning, construction, and oil business. I failed in a number of them.4. Business as a Protest. I started UT at age 45 in protest. If I, as a graduate, chartered accountant and retired army officer couldn't raise funds from banks, what could the ordinary person do? Instead of complaining, I decided to solve the problem.5. Finding your Business Call. What do you love doing? Do you love people? If you offer what you love doing to the people you love, you cannot fail in business.6. Point of Uniqueness. Our game changer was our promise to deliver in 48 hours, loans that were typically being processed in 3 months. People feel valued when you respect their time.7. Unorthodox Recovery Methods. We were holding the life savings of people in trust, and anyone we lent it to had to respect their obligations. I once had to confront an evasive defaulter who came to my own mother's funeral. Such was the commitment.8. Ubuntu. We are here to impact other people's lives and make the world a better place. It was a great feeling to employ people, solve problems and make the world a better place.9. Betrayed Trust. I believe in systems and institutions, but I believe even more in people. Some people I trusted, both internally and clients, betrayed my trust and hurt the business.10. Culture. Growing an organization organically allows for continuous infusion of culture. Integrating 200 new people into the business at once created challenges and diluted our culture.11. Growth & Reinvention. Grow your business but know when to reinvent. Reinvention is strongly recommended when you hit 150 staff. Some churches have shown the way with a great model of franchising.12. Biggest Tip to Youth. Everyone is made special by the Creator. You must know what you're put here for. First, acquire some education or learning, then listen to your call, provide a solution you really love, and you'll be far greater than me.
Yup, it's Debbie's 70th birthday today.She's been chewing this milestone over for months, knowing that turning 70 means entering the land of the old.Time is running out so fast. How many more good years does she have left before entering the land of the old, old? Realistically, at 70, she's got 10 to 15 good years of active living left. A sobering thought.She invites her husband Sam back on the show to talk about their bucket lists for this eighth decade. She and Sam both turned 70 this year. They share some of their projects for the coming decade, from getting a puppy (Debbie's idea, so far not shared by Sam), to traveling again (they hope), to how they plan to deal with their own old, old age. They also discuss the idea of being challenged and the difference between challenges and accomplishments. Mentioned in this episode or useful:At Peace: Choosing a Good Death After a Long Life by Samuel Harrington MD (Grand Central Life & Style 2018)Debbie and Sam's blog: Gap Year After SixtyIsland Nursing Home on Deer Isle, MEgoop (a modern lifestyle brand)Piece of Cake (Debbie's cousin's company: the best iced cakes!)La Réunion (island in the Indian Ocean)Definition of an intentional community Related episodes:S4-EP4: Aging Options: Skylar Skikos on Intergenerational and Regenerative CommunitiesS3-EP24: Steven Petrow on the Stupid Things He Won't Do When He Gets OldS3-EP25: Debbie Weil on Turning 70, Mortality, and Making the Most of Growing Older Previous episodes featuring host Debbie Weil and her husband Sam Harrington:S3-EP22: Debbie & Sam on Getting Calm and Centered in BajaS3-EP16: Debbie & Sam on Fasting For Five Days and Why They Were Crazy Enough to Do ItS2-EP24: Debbie & Sam on the Gap Year For Everyone, Silver Linings, and Not Should'ingS2-EP18: Debbie & Sam on the New Normal, Quarantines, Immunity Passports, and Masks & GlovesS2-EP12: Debbie & Sam on the Coronavirus, Magical Thinking, and AgingS1-EP10: On Debbie & Sam's Bucket List: Living in FranceS1-EP2: Debbie & Sam on How They Decided to Take a Gap Year at Age 62 Note from DebbieIf you've been enjoying the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than two minutes and it really makes a difference. It makes me feel loved and it also attracts new listeners.Subscribe to my newsletter and get my free writing guide: https://bitly.com/debbie-free-guide. Connect with me:Twitter: @debbieweilInstagram: @debbieweilFacebook: @debbieweilLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/debbieweilBlog: Gap Year After SixtyEmail: email@example.com- Debbie We Are Looking For a SponsorIf you are interested in reaching a smart and thoughtful audience of midlife, and older, listeners, contact Debbie Weil. Media PartnersNext For MeEncore.orgMEA Support this podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: it will help us find a sponsor! If you are interested, contact Debbie WeilSubscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or Spotify Credits:Host: Debbie WeilProducer: Far Out MediaPodcast website Music:Lakeside Path by Duck Lake
“First thing: get clear on what you want,” says Jennifer Pate, the very practical founder of FealAgeless.com, a site dedicated to making women feel good about aging. “Take out paper and pen and write down how much time [you can dedicate to your reinvention]. Be realistic about what you can do.” Ask yourself, she says: “How much money do I need [to make]? What do I want to do? Can you name it? What are you good at? What do people compliment you on? The more you can define these things—things will start opening up.” That's exactly how Pate made her way from being a professional dancer to casting director, co-author of a book ( “The Mothers of Reinvention”), and television contributor. Facing empty nest and turning 55 forced Pate to reassess what she wanted to do next and when she discovered “so many women at the height of their creativity and drive [who] felt we weren't being talked to….I want to change the narrative of what it is to age today.” FREE GIFT! Don't start your reinvention without downloading CoveyClub's starter guide called “31 Badass Tips for Launching Your Reinvention Without Fear!”
Liz Thompson was born on Long Island, NY and studied marketing in college, graduate school and worked as a product manager for several large CPG companies in New York. She then switched gears, dropped it all, and attended The French Culinary Institute in New York before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a new path. She owned and opened two restaurants, moved on to teach culinary, and then had to pursue a second career change. Liz lost part of her sight overnight and had to access her skillset in terms of what angle of the food industry she was the most passionate about and could do mostly at home. Today she focuses on recipe development and new product development, helping individuals launch a food company and get their products to market. Additionally, she is working on her first book on “Baking with Herbs“, Her mantra is: “let your passion define you, not your disability.”Find Liz at:(1) Liz Thompson Marketing | Facebookwww.lizthompsonmarketing.comInstagram: Realdesserts
The IAAPA Expo has officially returned in person! From November 15th-19th, 2021, the global attractions industry convened once again in Orlando for the annual trade show and conference, after a hiatus in 2020 that was replaced with a virtual education conference. During the show, Matt and Josh were both heavily involved in the conference's education sessions, speaking, moderating, or participating in a variety of topics. In this episode, Matt and Josh talk about the lost art of listening, reflection & reinvention, the future of the industry, and other takeaways from the sessions they led or spoke in during the expo. The Lost Art of Listening “The emotional impact of being listened to is so close to that of being loved that most people can't tell the difference.” At the beginning of the pandemic, Matt published the link to his calendar and extended an offer for anyone in the industry to schedule a call with him, with our without an agenda. In these calls and combined with his research, Matt shares that when you listen to someone without making assumptions, you can show someone how much you truly care. Putting it into the context of leadership, if you are trying to look at how you are engaging with your employees, then it is not about the giveaways, incentives, or pizza parties, but about making a personal connection. There are so many things that can distract us or pull us away from a conversation, but by actively eliminating these distractions you can show the individual who is speaking that you are actively listening. Building a Personal Brand “Your personal brand is more than a business card and a resume.” If you are looking to get promoted, get a new job, or win new business, you should be in the business of yourself, regardless of your job title or employer. If you can find a category and own it, it can set you apart from other people. When listing out your unique qualifications, many people might indicate that they are confident, trustworthy, compassionate, or self-motivated; however, these skillsets do not differentiate you from anybody else. If you go all-in on a niche, then people have a specific need, they will think of you and the skills that you bring to the table related to solving that specific problem. Your brand is about your reputation and your actions, and what you want to be known for. Rather than putting it on a business card or a resume, you need to live it and be consistent, and recognize that this is playing the long game, and you don't decide when you get there. Don't be impatient, but be persistent. It never hurts to ask for things “As you grow in your business, you get more willing to ask for the things that you think you may not get.” While planning the Leadership Symposium taking place at Universal Orlando, Matt gently made the request for the group to be able to ride Velocicoaster in addition to the panel discussion focused on networking and learning about leadership. Had he not asked, it never would have happened. The takeaway from Matt's request was the importance of speaking up and reaching out with a request or a favor. Don't Wait for a Pandemic "Reflection and reinvention is cyclical.” In the Leadership Symposium, Matt King from Meow Wolf shared that the process of “reflection and reinvention is cyclical.” We don't have to have a pandemic to reflect on what we've done to reflect or reinvent ourselves. Rather than becoming complacent with where you are, you should have a continual process when you review your past successes and failures and make changes and adjustments as necessary. Even though we are all tired of the term “the new normal,” there is no going back to the “old normal” from prior to the pandemic. Many new processes, procedures, and changes to operating models were forced due to the pandemic, which resulted in both reflection and reinvention. How are you ensuring both R&R even without a pandemic? Using Technology to Enhance the Guest Experience "Your guest experience technology should focus on serving your guests, not just be a fancy tech." In a conversation about technology, the main focus of the discussion highlighted the guest, rather than the technology. Fancy technology is just fancy tech unless you are using it to better serve your guests. For instance, when looking at advance purchases for buying tickets to an attraction, there is a large push for guests to buy their tickets online which will save time and labor resources onsite. At SkyWheel, however, which has locations in Myrtle Beach and Panama City Beach, the majority of guests are drawn in by the wheel's “curb appeal” and therefore they focus more on impulse buys. However, instead of ignoring online ticket sales, SkyWheel encourages guests to buy online, even while they're onsite, by positioning QR in their admissions area for guests to quickly load the website and go straight to the ticket purchase page. The guest can make the purchase with their own device and then proceed directly to the wheel. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion "Be authentic, and if you don't know, don't be afraid to ask." If someone has a different view of the world from you, they need to know that they can come to work and be themselves, and not feel that they are being marginalized. One of the conversations that came up during a panel discussion during a lunch and learn for FEC's involved a story where an individual reached out to their local African American Alliance chapter and inquired as to the best ways to interact with them. The response that the venue operator received was “We're tired of telling you. Be a nice human being, be kind, and treat me like you would like to be treated yourself.” Instead, be authentic, which will make the questions more relatable and more specific than a general inquiry of how to interact with someone or a group of people. The Young Professional View "The young professionals are the future of the industry, and the future is looking good." In a panel discussion on “Success Stories and Insights for Joining the Industry During Unusual Times,” AttractionPros interns Sam Bercik, Fabiana Fonseca, and Paige Reiter shared the timeline of their experience at the beginning of the pandemic, which led to how they continued their involvement with the industry as well as how they kept up to date with the latest job postings and opportunities. It was inspiring how each of the panelists has stayed motivated since March 2020, which genuinely spoke to the audience full of young professionals. In another session geared toward young professionals, Jesse O'Daniel, chair of IAAPA's Young Professional committee, stressed that the audience in the room is in fact the future of the industry. Not only was her statement inspirational, but also literal in the sense that recent college graduates and those early in their careers will be shaping the industry in the not-too-distant future. Reflecting on the Galaxy's Edge cast "The people delivering the experience are the ones who make it remarkable." In 2021, the IAAPA Celebrates event took place at Galaxy's Edge at Disney's Hollywood Studios. For those who attended or have visited since the land opened in 2020, there is general consensus that Rise of the Resistance and Smuggler's Run are two of the greatest themed attractions ever created. In addition to being flawlessly immersive and inclusive of the most advanced technology, Matt and Josh reflect mostly on the cast members who delivered the experience. The cast at these attractions do not just perform operational duties with Disney caliber service, they perform the role that meets where guests are in the phase of the attraction. The First Order cast carefully balances the line between being the militant “bad guys” but without coming across as rude or offensive, even though the traditional Disney magic takes a different form. On Smuggler's Run, a cast member put her glasses on crooked as guests were departing to reflect the intensity of the Millennium Falcon's turbulent landing (no spoilers!). The takeaway feeds perfectly into a quote from Walt himself when he said, “You can design and create the most wonderful place in the world, but it takes people to make the dream a reality.” We'd like to extend a special thanks to the entire IAAPA team for a phenomenal expo this year, and we are already looking forward to 2022. Additionally, thank you to those who approached us during the show to let us know that you're tuning in and are fans of the show. This feedback is what keeps us going. We are all AttractionPros! This podcast wouldn't be possible without the incredible work of our amazing team: Audio and video editing by Abigail Giganan Scheduling and correspondence by Kristen Karaliunas Social media marketing by Kate Kujawa Branding and design by Fabiana Fonseca Email marketing by Sam Bercik To connect with AttractionPros: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this short solo episode, host Sylvia Winter connects with listeners on the topic of perceived limitations. With a little investigation, we often find these limitations are nothing more than a figment of our imagination. But how can we see this for ourselves?Sylvia also discusses the healing power of Yoga and invites you to join her and Nathania Stambouli for a FREE five-day Yoga workshop. The workshop will run December 27th-31st. Grab the details by clicking the link below. Resources Mentioned:Episode 050 with Nathania Stambouli HANDSTANDS ON THE FLY !Link below for the free arm balance and inversion training plus access to Yogi Flight School with Nathania Stambouli - "the ultimate wake up call". Excavate the amazing, radiant self already inside of you. Seek. Accept. Fly. Yoga is a practice of personal and social transformation. Come fly with us! * Free arm balance & inversion training Dec 27-31, 2021https://www.yogiflightschool.com/a/33446/z8cBczDF* Enroll in Yogi Flight School for LIFETIME Accesshttps://www.yogiflightschool.com/a/2147489224/z8cBczDFWant to connect? Visit us online and signup for the monthly WWF newsletter!Website – https://www.whenwomenfly.com/Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest – @whenwomenflyEmail – email@example.com
“When someone wants to recreate themselves it's not easy,” says Marlene Wallach, author of “Wellness is in Style--An Easy Guide to Body & Soul”, former co-owner (for 17 years) of modeling agency Wilhelmina International Partnership and founder of GleemBeauty.com. “You have to stick with it whatever it is--changing jobs, careers, industries. Go to conferences and walk up to the speaker and say, ‘I really admire you. I loved what you said and would love to contact you with an idea I had.'” That's exactly how she snagged an interview with LinkedIn founder, Reid Hoffman for her book. “I wrote to him and his secretary said, ‘He doesn't have time.' That meant no. I wrote back four more times and sometimes just wrote a joke.” Wallach says she never looked at her moves as reinventions which sounds “overwhelming” but as next steps. “For me the next step is close, is easy. When I saw things not working, I went to the next step.” FREE GIFT! Don't start your reinvention without downloading CoveyClub's starter guide called “31 Badass Tips for Launching Your Reinvention Without Fear!”
Today, Debbie brings her producer Julie-Roxane back on the show. Or rather, the opposite. Julie-Roxane takes control of the mic to interview Debbie about her experiences of reinventing her life, starting at age 14 and continuing up to the present as she turns 70. Together they explore what life reinvention really means and how it works.It's not that Debbie is a perfect model for life reinvention. Rather, what emerges in their conversation is a surprising life pattern. Why would a shy teen embrace an adventure in another country? What makes someone radically change course in a career?What does personality type have to do with a propensity for reinvention? Mentioned in this episode or useful:The Corporate Blogging Book by Debbie Weil (Penguin Portfolio, 2006)Season 2, Episode 6: Debbie's Story: What Happens When You Connect the Dots BackwardSeason 3, Episode 20: Jeff Hamaoui on Navigating the Messy Middle of TransitionsSeason 3, Episode 25: Debbie Weil on Turning 70, Mortality, and Making the Most of Growing OlderJulie-Roxane's podcast with her husband: FAR OUT #148 ~ Going our Separate WaysMarriage needs tending just like a base camp (Deseret News, March 15, 1992)The Road Less Traveled, Timeless Edition: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth by M. Scott Peck (Anniversary Edition, Touchstone, 2003)Network Solutions (home of Debbie's brief corporate career) Note from DebbieIf you've been enjoying the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than two minutes and it really makes a difference. It makes me feel loved and it also attracts new listeners.Subscribe to my newsletter and get my free writing guide: https://bitly.com/debbie-free-guide. Connect with me:Twitter: @debbieweilInstagram: @debbieweilFacebook: @debbieweilLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/debbieweilBlog: Gap Year After SixtyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org- Debbie We Are Looking For a SponsorIf you are interested in reaching a smart and thoughtful audience of midlife, and older, listeners, contact Debbie Weil. Media PartnersNext For MeEncore.orgMEA Support this podcast:Leave a review on Apple Podcasts: it will help us find a sponsor! If you are interested, contact Debbie WeilSubscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or Spotify Credits:Host: Debbie WeilProducer: Far Out MediaPodcast website Music:Lakeside Path by Duck Lake
Leading procurement organizations are constantly reimagining their processes and operating models, but in today's unpredictable and fast-changing world they are under more pressure than ever to deliver a high-level roadmap to building the procurement function of tomorrow. In TRANSFORM - a thought-provoking new podcast series from Art of Procurement in partnership with Globality - we spotlight the agenda-setting procurement leaders and companies who are changing the game and redefining the Future of Procurement. In the second episode in the series, host Philip Ideson talks with Adam Brown, Head of the Procurement Digital Garage and Senior Manager of Transformation at BT Sourced. Adam and his team are leading the way in transforming the role and the impact of procurement beyond traditional boundaries. This interview gives Adam a forum to talk about the importance of building a digital procurement ecosystem to enable lasting transformation: Why procurement needs to think about transformation as a process of constant reinvention How his perspective on procurement talent is shaped by the emphasis BT Sourced places on their best-of-breed digital ecosystem Building self-service capabilities that distributed buyers really don't have to worry about getting right
Sheri Salata served as the Executive Producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show, as well as the Co-President of Harpo Studios and the Oprah Winfrey Network. After dedicating twenty years to the career of her dreams, she decided it was time for a life transformation! In today's episode, Sheri talks with JJ about her middle-of-life reinvention and reveals how you, too, can reinvent yourself, open yourself up to new possibilities and achieve your dreams. Listen as Sheri explains why self-care should be a top priority to reinvent yourself, including the feel-good practices that can help renew your energy, inspire you to do more of what you love and achieve your dreams. Find out why JJ is raving about Sheri's new book, The Beautiful No, and grab Sheri's free Companion Workbook so you can start making your dreams come true! Get a FREE chapter of Sheri's book, The Beautiful No https://thepillarlife.com/the-beautiful-no_original/
When Jonathan Keyser entered the cut-throat world of commercial real estate brokerage, he became the worst version of himself and hated himself because of it. Then one day, he decided he'd had enough. He realized he was sacrificing his values in pursuit of success, and that he needed to stop. He abandoned his ruthless ways and reinvented himself as a selfless leader, which skyrocketed his brokerage firm to eight figures. Jonathan now believes that anyone, in any industry, can experience resounding success through selfless service—which is what this episode is all about. In our conversation, we discuss real estate strategies, company culture, and the most important principles from his new book, You Don't Have to Be Ruthless to Win. Here's just some of the things we get into: How to win in life AND business by helping other people succeed. Why serving others in a meaningful way is rarely taught in business. How to not get taken advantage of as a selfless leader. Why selflessness is actually an act of self-interest that can lead to extraordinary success for your business. Stop talking about yourself and learn to listen! Why most commercial real estate tenants don't realize how much buying power they have. How commercial real estate tenants can maximize negotiating leverage and get the best possible deal. Where is the real estate market headed and what can the vacancy rates and bottlenecks in supply chains tell us? Why everyone should invest in a coach/mentor. FREE Gift Get Jonathan's free guide, Three Levels of Reinvention—which is a roadmap to creating extraordinary culture through selfless service. The strategies laid out in this guide are exactly what allowed Jonathan to grow his commercial real estate brokerage firm to eight figures within five years. To get access to this gift, visit JustinDonald.com/56. Want the Full Show Notes? To get access to the full show notes, including audio, transcripts, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit JustinDonald.com/56 Get the Lifestyle Investor Book! To get access to The Lifestyle Investor: The 10 Commandments of Cashflow Investing for Passive Income and Financial Freedom visit JustinDonald.com/book Rate & Review If you enjoyed today's episode of The Lifestyle Investor, hit the subscribe button on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio, or wherever you listen, so future episodes are automatically downloaded directly to your device. You can also help by providing an honest rating & review. Reviews go a long way in helping us build awareness so that we can impact even more people. THANK YOU! Connect with Justin Donald Facebook YouTube Instagram LinkedIn Twitter
Longevity and mastery over any creative profession require relentless passion, conscious steps to continually reinvent your swing, and a seriousness of purpose, which results from profound self-reflection and introspection. World-renowned journalist and writer Malcolm Gladwell joins me to dig deep into building an everlasting career as a creative and what it takes to pursue it. Malcolm is the author of five New York Times bestsellers — The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, What the Dog Saw, and David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants and the Founder of Pushkin Industries, which explore all forms of audio art. He also hosts the Revisionist History podcast, which re-examines events, ideas, people, and objects from our past—and explains how they create our present. In his upcoming intimate audio biography titled Miracle and Wonder, Malcolm collaborates with the legendary songwriter Paul Simon to explore lessons from the artist's life and career. Recorded over a series of 30 hours of conversation with Simon and the Broken Record podcast co-host Bruce Headlam, the audiobook reflects Simon's inimitably gifted artistic bent and what it took for him to tap into it. Here are some things you'll discover in this episode: How to build the confidence to construct your intellectual life the way you want to How to overcome the “professed” to make way for the “practical.” Why creativity and craft knows no physical or geographical boundaries Why you need to be constantly evolving to build an evergreen career Why relentless perfectionism is key to creating intentional content Why you need to archive your experiences and lessons from the past to be inimitable at your craft The timeless worth of self-reflection: how to develop the willingness to be reflective about your life experiences Why you need to connect with your work on a more-than-objective level Enjoy! Have a question? Text me 1-206-309-5177 Tweet me @chasejarvis --- Today's episode is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creative education in photo/video, art/design, music/audio, craft/maker and the ability to make a living in any of those disciplines. They are high quality, highly curated classes taught by the world's top experts -- Pulitzer, Oscar, Grammy Award winners, New York Times best selling authors and the best entrepreneurs of our times.