If you listened to Monday's episode, the LIVE podcast recording of WeSTAT, you would have heard one of our first audience members contribute her experiences on her second and third act. Sally has been a dance studio owner for over 30 years, and after a traumatic event that caused her family to have to hire a private investigator to vindicate his reputation and job, Sally found a "clear path forward" for her next career. In this bonus episode, Sally talks about her thought process, the challenges, and fears she had about leaving the dance world, which she had been involved in since she was 5 years old, to moving into the private investigator world. A wide departure, she has learned a whole new skill set, and is putting her horrible situation and all she has learned, to good use. To find out more about Sally Tierney and her work as a private investigator visit https://www.clearpathforwardpi.com/Support the show
Our guest for the day today is someone whose conversations start with just one question - What's your Second Act?With the intent to transform people's lives for the better, our guest, Archana Dutta is empowering people with the tools and resources for well-being and growth, assisting people as they undertake their journey of self-discovery, to open the doors to a brighter tomorrow. And she has not been doing this alone. She has the beautiful gift of bringing people together and building collaborations that deliver impact and purpose. So in this conversation, we are taking a peep into what it takes to build effective business collaborations. Join us in this conversation where Archana shares: Her move from corporate to entrepreneurshipThe value and impact her work delivers to her clientsTips and mantras on how collaborations work in businessPodcast as a tool to make business connectionsHow to bring harmony in teamwork and manage multiple projectsAbout the GuestArchana Dutta Founder & CEO at SecondAct,Podcaster- Discover your SecondActAfter her decades-long journey in the corporate world, Archana quit her job with the hope of giving back. Realizing the importance of self-discovery and the tranquility that comes with following one's heart Archana laid the foundation stone of Second Act; a place of re-discovery. An organization that hopes of providing anyone and everyone with the tools and opportunities they might be needed, to give wings to their desires and consequently help people in discovering their inner callings, dreams, and Second Act.Podcast:- https://podcasts.apple.com/in/podcast/discover-your-secondact/id1563084544Linkedin:- https://www.linkedin.com/in/archana-dutta-she-her-083b166/?originalSubdomain=inWebsite:- https://www.thesecondact.in/Join Ace the Sales Club to be a part of a growing tribe of women business owners who dream, dare, and do amazing stuff!If you like what we bring within Ace the Sales Podcast, just hit the Follow/Subscribe button and consider leaving a review via Apple or Android phonesTo get in touch with the host Roshni Baronia visit: www.roshnibaronia.com**Ace the Sales is brought to you by Done-for-you-podcasts, a full-service podcast launch, production, and management company for experts and entrepreneurs. Get in touch to start your podcast journey**
Gina Riley was a successful HR professional when she decided to take 15 years off to raise her family. Then, after surviving breast cancer, Gina faced a turning point that was the catalyst to her started a second act. She took her years of expertise in human resources and her own experience in career transition to begin a new chapter as a career transition coach, executive search consultant, and interview skills trainer. Gina now applies her expertise working with leaders and executives with her Career Velocity™ System. She holds a master's degree in Whole Systems Design and is a certified YouMap® coach. I go in-depth with Gina during this discussion to talk about how when life throws you lemons, you make lemonade. Gina has faced every obstacle with force and she is phenomenal. Gina shares her advice and guidance as an authority in career transition on the Second Act Success Podcast. Riley frequently writes and speaks on careers-related topics. You can find links to her popular series about networking called “How Your Next Executive Role Finds You“ and a free resource she created to help people start a career transition plan here: www.GinaRileyConsulting.com - click the green button SHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE:https://secondactsuccess.co/37CONNECT with Gina Riley:Website: GinaRileyConsulting.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ginariley/Free Resource: www.GinaRileyConsulting.com - click the green buttonREVIEW THE PODCAST:Your review would mean the world to us! REVIEW THE PODCAST. (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364)WHAT'S YOUR SECOND ACT STORY?If you would like to share your story with our listeners or recommend a guest for the show, please fill out our Guest Application Form at https://bit.ly/SecondActSuccessGuest or email email@example.com.SHARE THE INSPIRATION:Share the podcast with friends to help spread the inspiration! secondactsuccess.co/podcast LEARN MORE AND SUBSCRIBE:To learn more about the show visit http://www.secondactsuccess.co, and please subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode.LET'S CONNECT!Connect with our host Shannon Russell and the Second Act Success Team:Facebook | Instagram | Website Grab the FREE Second Act Blueprint to help on your journey to second act success. https://secondactsuccess.coInstagram - https://instagram.com/secondactsuccessFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/secondactsuccess.coAll the latest - https://linktr.ee/secondactsuccess
Jess and Jess are coming to you live from Nepenthe Art Gallery located in Ft. Hunt/Alexandria, VA. The theme of this audience involved conversation was centered around women (and a few men!) in their 40's, 50's and 60's deciding to move toward other areas of professional interest in second, third, fourth iterations of their careers. Attendees of this live recording have the chance to contribute their experiences and opinions to the conversation. Is it a generational shift in the culture that allows us to feel free to pursue our passion and interest instead of staying true to a career that we studied for and presumably committed to? Lots of inspiration, food for thought, and beautiful experiences woven throughout this episode! The ups and downs, fears and anxiety, and utter thrill of learning a new facet of ourselves through stepping out into a new career are all accounted for here! Support the show
The boys talk ramen, eating alone, losing weight, and unintentionally booby trapped kitchens in this latest episode. [CONTENT WARNING] TANcast features mature language and immature hosts but is NOT a representation of the stand up act of Tim Babb. Listener discretion is advised. Get official TANcast T-shirts, mugs, hats and more in the official TANstore: […] The post TANcast 611 – I Have Now Turned The Kitchen Into the Second Act of Die Hard first appeared on TANcast.
Dr. Peter Rork was a highly-successful, orthopedic surgeon in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. But at the age of 59, he unexpectedly lost his wife Meg and grief took hold of him. He quit his work. He stopped eating. And he and his dog Doyle retreated to a remote vacation home in Montana for three months. At the urging of a concerned friend, Peter refocused his life on animal rescue. He is the founder, president and chief pilot of "Dog Is My CoPilot," a not-for-profit group that transports animals from overcrowded kill shelters to adoption centers where families are waiting to welcome a new pet. His story has been told on CBS Sunday Morning, NBC Nightly News and The Washington Post. Dog Is My CoPilot has saved over 25,000 animals. Click here to support their the important work. .
The transition from College Professor to retired college professor takes in more than the addition of the word "retired" and the subtraction of the capital letters in the title. One's life may downsize—but how does a creative artist maintain professional and creative work without the resources one had before? Here's my take.
**Grab one of the few remaining 40% discounts for Horizon here or go to mywallst.com/about/horizon and use the discount code HORIZON40 at checkout**After a terrible year on the market so far, Netflix surprised everyone this week — including itself — when it added more than double the number of new subscribers in the last quarter than it had expected.Now, with more big changes coming in the form of a new advertising tier and a crackdown on password sharing, is Netflix entering its second act?In this episode, we also discuss:Why the former Nikola Motors CEO was found guilty of fraud3 key insights from the master investor, Bill MannAnd Mike pitches us an up-and-coming payment platform from Latin America —dLocal.MyWallSt operates a full disclosure policy. MyWallSt staff may hold long positions in some of the companies mentioned in this podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Can you imagine starting over your career age 65 years old? The idea seems pretty daunting, but for Melissa Davey it was something she actively strove to do. She left her corporate job of 20 years and became a documentary maker. Her first documentary is called Beyond 60 This documentary centers around the lives of women that society has disregarded and flips that narrative on its head. The women in this documentary run the gamut of expertise, from a fine artist who has worked with Lady Gaga to a veterinarian who swam across the English Channel at the tender age of 62 This has to be one of my favourite interviews to date, Melissa is so interesting and I totally want to be her when I grow up. You can watch the documentary here at ___________________________________________________________ Do you want all your menopause resources in one place? To pick up your free copy, simply head to amandathebe.com/meno-resource/ PS don't forget to leave me a nice, juicy review! It really helps support this podcast. Much Love, Amanda x
#157 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost - a shortened episode to keep your Warrior Vibe high.Once again, today's guest is Shannon Russell, who is an entrepreneur and the host of the Second Act Success Podcast. During this discussion, Shannon shares some advice for those who are just starting to think about a Second Act.Links:Shannon's website: www.secondactsuccess.coShannon's course: www.secondactsuccess.co/waitlistInstagram: @secondactsuccessFacebook: @secondactsuccess.coThe Athena Wellness Academy: https://athenawellnessacademy.teachable.comIf you'd like to join our circle and never miss a weekly episode, please hit subscribe. While you're there, you can rate the podcast by highlighting the stars that match your experience. Much appreciated!For episode materials, show notes or to submit a question for a future episode, visit: https://athenawellness.com/podcast
From creating a one-woman show, "Beth Malone: So Far" to originating the role of "Fun Home's" Alison Bechdel, Tony and Grammy award nominee Beth Malone has set a name for herself on the Broadway stage. Beth takes us through her journey to getting into performing and becoming an actress, sharing her younger years which included watching “Singing in the Rain on TV” and working at a dinner theatre growing up Colorado. Growing up queer, she opens up about her relationship with her parents, getting disowned in her 20s and focusing on art as a way to cope, meeting her wife and getting her master's degree and finally reconnecting with her parents. Beth's experiences have inspired her to take her art into activism, and she continues to stay active in the space and raise awareness through her solo shows. She recalls how "Fun Home" has become a form of therapy for people, some of which would talk to actors and share their stories at the stage door. In fact, they would say that the stage door was act two of the show. Apart from raising awareness, she talks about her work, including recording the cast album of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" during the pandemic, and her current and upcoming shows like "City On Fire". Despite not being on stage as much as she used to, Beth shares her love for rehearsals which is also what she misses the most, writing a musical, and being motivated by hope in whatever she does. Beth Malone is a singer and actress known for her work in Broadway, off-Broadway and regional theatre. She originated the role of Alison Bechdel in the musical "Fun Home", for which she received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance. Her other stage credits include "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" where she played multiple roles and now has an official cast album, "Pride Plays", "Nassim", "Angels in America", and "Ring of Fire" among others. She has also created a cabaret show, "Beth Malone: So Far" which tells her life story. Beth has also appeared in numerous films like "Tick, Tick...Boom!", "The God Committee", "Brittany Runs a Marathon", "The Comedian", "Hick", and TV shows such as "BrainDead", "Rono 911!", "Judging Amy", "Bull", "The Baker and the Beauty", and "All Rise". She released her first solo album, "Lunch Shift" in 2008. Beth stars as Linda Schafer in "Five Days at Memorial" and will be in Apple TV's "City on Fire" in 2023. Connect with Beth: Twitter: @heebyfluff Instagram: @thebethmalone Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week's episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, interviews Chrissy Metz, an actress, author, and musician whom many of you know from the hit television show This Is Us. Today, Chrissy talks about her mother's baking, her Grandmother's influence on her faith, her new wine label Joyful Heart, and the response she gets from fans of her character and her story. For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Biscuits & Jam is produced by: Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern Living Krissy Tiglias - GM, Southern Living Lottie Leymarie - Executive Producer Dominique Arciero - Audio Engineer/Producer Jeremiah McVay - Script Editor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#156 Today's conversation is about one of our favorite themes – reinvention. There's so much to learn in hearing all about the before and after of transformational change.Our guest today is television producer turned entrepreneur and podcaster Shannon Russell. Shannon spent 16 years in the entertainment business in New York and LA. She became an entrepreneur after starting a family. She recently expanded her business portfolio to include Second Act Success, where she coaches women on how to change careers, start a business, and follow their creative passions.Here's what we cover:Shannon's own journey From Type A to Type Be;What makes a second life act a success;How to know when it's time to make a big change;The connection between making transformational change and happiness; andSome of Shannon's favorite second act stories.Links:Shannon's website: www.secondactsuccess.coShannon's course: www.secondactsuccess.co/waitlistInstagram: @secondactsuccessFacebook: @secondactsuccess.coThe Athena Wellness Academy: https://athenawellnessacademy.teachable.com If you'd like to join our circle and never miss a weekly episode, please hit subscribe. While you're there, you can rate the podcast by highlighting the stars that match your experience. Much appreciated!For episode materials, show notes or to submit a question for a future episode, visit: https://athenawellness.com/podcast
Show NotesIn this episode, Sandi speaks with Shannon Russell, Career Coach and host of Second Act Success podcast. Shannon is a former TV producer who worked in NYC and LA for 16 years. When she started her family, she decided to pivot with a STEM franchise. She also opened a second business where she coaches clients on how to ‘produce their best life.'We talk about some of the signs that it's time to change your career, for example, the Sunday scaries. Shannon shares why some people struggle with making change. We talk about how many people tie their identity to their work, so it can be scary to change. She shares examples of women who have tried new things and how it's OK to fail and continue trying new things until you find your ‘second act.' Second Acts don't necessarily involve career change. It could be about bringing passion and fulfillment into your day through hobbies or volunteer work. There are a lot of opportunities that can be done from the comfort of home thanks to the online space. We talk about the power of informational interviews before taking that leap to help you learn more and research what you do and don't like! With her 1:1 coaching clients, Shannon has them establish their non-negotiables (priorities) before making a major life change. If you're interested in group coaching, you won't want to miss Shannon's new course and live group coaching program, Second Act Accelerator! Shannon RussellSecond Act Accelerator (group coaching/course)WebsiteFacebookInstagramTikTokYouTubeLinkedInLinktr.eePodLinkBlogAll Things Relax StudiosInstagram WebsiteLinkedInRock Star Media Training Production CreditsProduced By: G at All Things Relax StudiosVoice Overs & Promotional Spots: Sandi D & GMusic Licensed: Soundstripe: Fantoms (ASCAP) & Hunter Parks (BUMA/STEMRA), All Things Relax Studios
Life takes twists and turns. At the beginning of our work life we may start out down one path, and feel certain about where we are headed and what we are doing. Perhaps we got a degree in something that is supposed to go the distance, or we're certain that our passion at 23 will remain the same at 53. This can happen, but what do you do when it doesn't? What if you find yourself midlife wanting to change your trajectory, in a direction is more aligned where you are at 53 or 63. You may find that you ready for something different. This time in life is referred to as our Second Act. More and more women are welcoming this second act. It gives us the chance to do something new with our careers, something that inspires us and something that is sustainable. So, how do you find what that is, and what do you do next? My guest in this episode, Leslie Farin, is an example of this trajectory. Leslie found a way to translate her passion and serving others into her business, and not just one business, two them.
Though I have had more than 84 people come and share their lives (personal & professional), this podcast is different, it is without any filters, it has pain, authenticity and a lot of hope. Manmeet Narang is a poet with a lot of depth, inspired by life and work of Amrita Pritam, a powerful voice and a courageous heart, that's what Manmeet Narang is for me. She is the founder of Sailing Leaf, A radio jockey who is set to touch lives by her beautiful and authentic voice. We talked about loving ourselves first , creation of sisterhood and its power, patriarchy, and that as women we don't need to fit everywhere, accept ourselves with imperfections, and infact take vows to be our own true companion. This podcast made me lose my words, touched deeper cords for me, and I am sure a lot of it will impact you as well. Some highlights of this conversation are: We need to take responsibility for self and stop victimizing by blaming external situations Parents are the source of who we are, yet something stop us from being ourselves with them, think we all need to reflect on this to create a better bond Happiness & sadness are emotions, they come and go, what remains with us is our purpose Don't hold yourself back to tell someone what they mean to you, hug them often, spread love Sabr (Patience), Shukra (Gratitude) and Sukoon - (Eternal Peace) three powerful life strings Learn to say 'NO', and create your own boundaries Be naked with no filers - lets dare to be ourselves Be proud of your vulnerabilities --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iiact/message
Episode Summary:Work life, home, kids, pets, family, spouses/partners, extracurriculars. The never-ending to-do list….We women carry a lot on our shoulders.And STILL we often feel like we're not doing enough! We compare ourselves to others who seem to be doing it all. We feel guilty and selfish for taking time for ourselves. And our energy and our health suffer.My guest today, Claire Stadhouder, is a certified mindset coach who specializes in working with moms transitioning from staying at home to working outside the home full time. But her message applies to all women looking to find joy and give their life meaning during their “second act.” Claire shares her top four tips to:be more focused, efficient and effectivegain more timetake our power back and be in control of our schedule, our life and our healthprioritize our own mental and physical health“Every time you say yes to something, you're saying no to something else. Make sure you're not saying no to yourself.” -Sarah HaasHighlights00:10 Episode Introduction 03:20 Claire Stadhouder15:00 Balancing Extracurriculars18:55 Quality Over Quantity22:30 Setting a Good ExampleFREE: Weight Loss Jumpstart CourseWebsite: sarahhaaswellness.comFacebook: Sarah Haas WellnessInstagram: @sarahhaaswellnessYoutube: Sarah Haas WellnessGuest Bio:Claire Stadhouder is a certified mindset coach who guides mothers in returning to paid work. She uses a holistic approach to help women gain the clarity and plan of action to reconnect with their talents and aspirations to achieve their goals.Website: brighthousecoaching.comFacebook: Claire Stadhouder Brighthouse CoachingEmail: email@example.comThanks for Listening:Thanks so much for listening! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below!Subscribe to The Podcast:If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can follow Boss Body on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or on your favorite podcast app. You can also watch the podcast on YouTube at Sarah Haas Wellness.Leave Us an Apple Podcasts Review:Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to me and greatly appreciated. It helps more awesome listeners like you find me so I can make a positive impact on more people.
Zibby is joined by New York Times journalist and memoirist Sopan Deb to talk about his debut novel, Keya Das's Second Act. Sopan shares the actual details from his life that inspired the story, why he wanted to shift the focus away from his family story after publishing his 2020 memoir, Missing Translations, and how he manages to write for the Times as well as for a handful of personal projects without getting overwhelmed. The two also discuss why Sopan doesn't outline his books and his best advice that all writers need to hear.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3ycon4sBookshop: https://bit.ly/3C6rUTeSubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're launching Beyond the Crucible's first-ever e-course – Discover Your Second-Act Significance -- in October. In this episode, host Warwick Fairfax and cohost Gary Schneeberger pull back the curtain of its creation, discussing -- among other things -- what each of them learned while filming the course. The hope is that by sharing what those who take the course can expect, they'll discover a path to move from asking themselves “Is this all there is?” to a life that is everything they've always wanted. To learn more about the Discover Your Second Act Significance e-course, and to sign up to receive the latest updates, visit www.secondactsignificance.com
Service to others, is my SecondAct, that's what His Excellency Ambassador Terry Earthwind Nichols, lover of Indian Garlic Naan, said when I asked him what gets him out of bed every morning (his higher purpose, his #SecondAct). His Excellency Ambassador Terry Earthwind Nichols is a Visionary Strategist for people who are looking for ‘achievement based' vs. ‘goals based' strategies for their business. Amb. Terry is the Chairman of Evolutionary Healer, a global transformational performance improvement company. He is a UN Peace Ambassador At-large and has held several C-suite level positions as VP, COO, CEO, and President. Ambassador Terry Earthwind Nichols is an author of 8 books including “Consortium - Business Model for the 21st Century” and Global Top 10 Thought Leader in several categories, including Business Strategy. He was recently awarded the Top 50 Marketing Influencers to Follow in 2022. When he's not strategizing brilliant global plans with his mentees or corporations, Amb. Terry can be found doing intriguing interviews, planning his next vacation, or savoring a Maker's Mark Manhattan at his favourite restaurant in a suit he designed himself. Some powerful notes from this Podcast for an “achievement based leadership” are here; The way we think and respond to any action , makes us conscious leaders In order to control burn out, we all need to be selfish and must love ourselves first Happy people are healthy people, and organizations should build happy colleagues Authenticity is a value that makes great leaders Failures = learning opportunities Success is right here, right now, enhancing lives of each other Presence is the point where manifestation becomes action --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iiact/message
Hi, my friend Shannon here with a short solo episode for you. My guest earlier this week on the podcast was burnout coach, Ash Burnside. Our conversation in Episode 31 of the podcast was really all about listening to our inner voices on the daily. And it really sunk in for me. I have been reflecting on one moment in my life where I can now see that maybe perhaps, I was burned out. This moment changed my life, as it catapulted me into changing careers and led me to a life I never would have imagined as an entrepreneur. I'm sharing my story for you today. Do you ever feel like you are running through life, trying to check off your to-do list, marking the boxes of things that you're supposed to be doing rather than prioritizing what you want to do each day. I am raising my hand right now because yes, I am the queen of this. Hopefully my experience and my burnout moment will shed some light on your situation. Let's spend some time together as we dive into this episode of The Second Act Success Podcast!SHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE:https://secondactsuccess.co/32REVIEW THE PODCAST:Your review would mean the world to us! Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2bQTkm7ZjuvEa6JGLc48xiWHAT'S YOUR SECOND ACT STORY?If you would like to share your story with our listeners or recommend a guest for the show, please fill out our Guest Application Form at https://bit.ly/SecondActSuccessGuest or email firstname.lastname@example.org.SHARE THE INSPIRATION:Share the podcast with friends to help spread the inspiration! secondactsuccess.co/podcast LEARN MORE AND SUBSCRIBE:To learn more about the show visit http://www.secondactsuccess.co, and please subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode.LET'S CONNECT!Connect with Shannon Russell and the Second Act Success Team:Facebook | Instagram | Website
For female entrepreneurs, it can be challenging to find trainers, leaders or mentors who understand the unique challenges faced by women in the business world. Yet, learning from other women, women like themselves, is key to becoming a successful entrepreneur. In this episode, Lori Vajda and Nola Boea talk to two entrepreneurial partners, Kate Nowlan and Kimberly Caccavo, co-founders of Face Your Grace, an entrepreneurial program designed to teach women how to start a side gig or small business - all it takes is a little grit and determination.Thanks for Listening!Ready to start your business or grow your personal brand? Schedule a free 20 min. consultation call now. If you enjoyed this show, make sure to subscribe to the podcast so you'll never miss an episode. Want to get to know us more? Find out more about us and our services at Sticky Brand LabWe love hearing from you! Leave or speak your message hereIf you haven't already, please connect with us on Facebook! Would you like to be a featured guest or have your question, comment or review mentioned? Ask Muse!Business success strategies are in the works. Come have a listen!In This Episode You'll Learn The key way successful women entrepreneurs are more effective at mentoring female business owners.Why women entrepreneurs don't have the same access to resources for managing and scaling a successful business.How matching the skills to the needs of female small business owners benefits them, their families, their businesses and their communities.Key points Lori and Nola are sharing in this episode:(04:02:66) The one thing Face Your Grace (the online learning platform for women entrepreneurs in midlife), does that other programs don't teach. (06:02.88) Four areas of business that side hustlers need to know to create a business plan prior to starting their small business.(11:21:80) The importance of developing a business name and how to identify what resonates with your ideal customer.(14:51:89) The pros and cons of having a friend as your business partner.Resources You can subscribe to Lori and Nola's show, (we love you and want to make it easy) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.FREE Download revenue and profit reference guideConvertKit: Our #1 Favorite Email Marketing Platform (This is an affiliate link)Podcast Transcript
Are you struggling to balance everything life is throwing your way? Burnout Coach Ash Burnside of Healthing Hustle Co is here to discuss the signs of burnout that we should all be aware of. Ash shares her own personal story of how burnout led down a dark path, and how she came out on the other side and now coaches others on how to break free from burnout. Listen now on the Second Act Success Podcast. SHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE:https://secondactsuccess.co/31CONNECT with Ash Burnside:Website - https://healinghustle.coGrab Ash's Freebie! An audio guide to help people kickstart their inner exploration. - https://healinghustle.co/essentialsMagical Playdates - https://healinghustle.co/playdates (Use code SECONDACT for a discount)Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/healinghustleco/REVIEW THE PODCAST:Your review would mean the world to us! Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2bQTkm7ZjuvEa6JGLc48xi WHAT'S YOUR SECOND ACT STORY?If you would like to share your story with our listeners or recommend a guest for the show, please fill out our Guest Application Form at https://bit.ly/SecondActSuccessGuest or email email@example.com.SHARE THE INSPIRATION:Share the podcast with friends to help spread the inspiration! secondactsuccess.co/podcast LEARN MORE AND SUBSCRIBE:To learn more about the show visit http://www.secondactsuccess.co, and please subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode.LET'S CONNECT!Connect with our host Shannon Russell and the Second Act Success Team:Facebook | Instagram | Website
Born in a small family with big dreams, meet Fouzai Dastango. Coming from a very humble background and no backing, Fouzia has stood by hard storms. 'Dastan' as story and 'Goi' as teller, Fouzia is the First female story teller in Urdu language. She is a natural born story teller but her niche is narrating the Indian epics Mahabharata, Rama, Krishna in Urdu language in her beautiful voice. The bonus was to record this podcast in person at Kunzum Cafe, Vasant Vihar. Thanks Ajay Jain for creating this lovely space to hold such conversations. Some beautiful nuggets that I took back from this podcast are : Warmth and resilience are super powers of a woman It's important to work on one's passion Mental health should be the top most priority and conversations around the same should normalise Stay determined and many doors will open The charm of old Delhi is in its culture, warmth, narrow lanes, and it's delicious mouth watering food This podcast is mostly in Hindi and Urdu , do hear us for very authentic conversation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iiact/message
Darkwind Chronicles: The Second Act by Christopher Michael CifelliContinuing where the First Act left off, Magnetin and Delphine must depart ways in order to gather enough information and recruit enough allies in order to end eons of suffering brought onto the world by a parasite that was responsible for inciting the Orcish Horde, infecting Aeternum and leading to the Mad War. Meanwhile, Jacob the Betrayer has been on an ill-conceived crusade against those who participated in these events and has went off the deep end. With everything coming to a head, the final battle is at hand.Christopher Cifelli was born and raise in Philadelphia, PA, and attended the former Edward Bok Vocational High School. While Christopher has been writing for a while, Darkwind Chronicles: The First Act is his first attempt at publishing a book.https://darkwindchronicles.com/https://www.amazon.com/Darkwind-Chronicles-Christopher-Michael-Cifelli/dp/1684861845/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3BLX8ZOT9JMWT&keywords=Darkwind+Chronicles:+The+Second+Act&qid=1654814908&sprefix=darkwind+chronicles+the+second+act,aps,845&sr=8-1https://www.urlinkpublishing.com/http://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/root/twia/92222cifelli2url.mp3
Kim Walsh is the CEO and founder of Warrior Forward Wellness Community. It is a community that helps women reclaim their health and wellness despite the struggles in life. She is an amazing woman and shows women that it is ok to start again and live life in the second act! To learn more about Kim head to here websitewww.warriorforward.com firstname.lastname@example.orgTo learn more about Holly..www.hollyboyce.comwww.instagram.com/thehollyboycewww.facebook.com/hollyboyce411Support the show
"Naked". As per google, Naked stands for (especially of feelings or behaviour) expressed openly; undisguised, and this is an apt series of podcasts run by our podcast guest Nektarios Liolios, where he talks about mental health with entrepreneurs and brings out vulnerability and challenges in their lives! Nektarious landed in the financial sector, with a non-financial mind as he says. He is an Ecosystem builder, Mental health advocate & Fintech entrepreneur. Over the last 10 years, Nektarios has worked closely with hundreds of entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses. He is the co-founder of The Future Farm. Cofounded Startupbootcamp FinTech and Rainmaking Innovation and led the Innotribe Startup Challenge, the first global FinTech startup competition. Driven by entrepreneurship, collaboration and the desire to improve the lives of people, Nektarios is a global nomad, travel geek, and sneaker freaker. There were lots of key learnings that came out through this podcast: Have the courage to make strong choices, when you are mentally, physically, and emotionally exhausted We need to make our work purposeful, fun and value-driven Entrepreneurs face far more challenges than anyone else, we need empathy and vulnerability to go hand and hand We need to create safe spaces at personal and professional levels to talk about mental health One must learn to give oneself permission to reach out for help and to accept if one is struggling Reaching out for Therapy is hygiene, we all need it This podcast has all flavours. We travelled from phycological to mental, to physical to financial wellbeing, and the need to have authentic conversations! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iiact/message
Are you looking for your next great book to read? We share our favorite new-release books for fall (and a few new backlist faves). Experience FULLY BOOKED today. Our Patreon exclusive show offers you honest book reviews on all the latest releases with a FREE printable reading guide.Hey, book lovers! We are giving YOU a sneak peek at our favorite books from September.This stack highlights two book club selections, stories that catch fall vibes, a small town love story, and a magical realism book that ended up being a surprise hit. We also have lots of romance spice to pair with your pumpkin spice this year! Let's get FULLY BOOKED TOGETHER. Please note, this is PART 2 of 2. Mr. Perfect on Paper by Jean Meltzer The Matzah Ball by Jean Meltzer The Perfect Find by Tia Williams Seven Days in June by Tia Williams Keya Das's Second Act by Sopan DevCarrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins ReidThe Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid After I Do by Taylor Jenkins Reid The Trees by Percival Everett Less is Lost by Andrew Sean Grier A Very Typical Family by Sierra Godfrey Always the First to Die by RJ Jacobs How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water by Angie CruzI'm the Girl by Courtney Summers I Walk Between the Raindrops by TC Boyle All That's Left Unsaid by Tracey Lien Lucy on the Wild Side by Kerry Rea Like a Rolling Stone by Jann Wenner Dinners with Ruth by Nina Totenberg The House Party by Rita Cameron The Make-Up Test by Jenny L Howe The Winter Orphans by Kristin BeckTypecast by Andrea J Stein Bliss Montage: Stories - Ling MaThe Epic Story of Every Living Thing by Deb Caletti Forsaken Country by Allen Eskens Drunk on Love by Jasmine Guillory Something in the Heir by Suzanne Enoch The Kiss Curse by Erin Sterling Dreamland by Nicholas Sparks The Old Place by Bobby Finker The Matchmaker's Gift by Lynda Cohen Loigman The Winners by Fredrik Backman Jacqueline in Paris by Ann Mah Shrines of Gaiety by Kate Atkinson Meet Me Under the Mistletoe by Jenny Bayliss Connect With Us:Amy is @momadvice on InstagramLarry H. on goodreads.comLarry H. on Instagram
We've all heard of the starving artist, but what if you can create art and make money? Fiona Valentine began her career as a teacher, but painting was always her passion. After struggling to find a way to make a living as an artist, Fiona began to teach children and adults art. This gave her a paycheck and time to paint. Where she evolved next is incredible, as Fiona found a way to mix her love of art and teaching to build a business that brings her more joy than she could have ever expected. Let's debunk the myth of the starving artist, as Fiona shares how it is possible to make a career out of the hobby or side hustle that lights you up. Get inspired with Fiona Valentine on the Second Act Success Podcast. SHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE:https://secondactsuccess.co/29CONNECT with Fiona ValentineWebsite - https://www.fionavalentine.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fionavalentine.artist/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fionavalentineartist/Free Guide To Selling Your Art - https://www.fionavalentine.com/sellingartpdf.htmlBoss Mom Retreat - https://boss-mom.com/retreat/REVIEW THE PODCAST:Your review would mean the world to us! REVIEW THE PODCAST. (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364)WHAT'S YOUR SECOND ACT STORY?If you would like to share your story with our listeners or recommend a guest for the show, please fill out our Guest Application Form at https://bit.ly/SecondActSuccessGuest or email email@example.com.SHARE THE INSPIRATION:Share the podcast with friends to help spread the inspiration! secondactsuccess.co/podcast LEARN MORE AND SUBSCRIBE:To learn more about the show visit http://www.secondactsuccess.co, and please subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode.LET'S CONNECT!Connect with our host Shannon Russell and the Second Act Success Team:Facebook | Instagram | Website
"Music is the best state of trance" - Dr. Aman Bathla Fastest pianist, music healer, a resilient everyday learner and a man who fought his way back to this world post COVID-19. This podcast was soothing, refreshing, shaking and very motivating to say the least. Dr. Aman Bathla, Our guest for our 80th Podcast is extremely talented, fastest Piano artist of the World, and has created 52 World Record Titles. He is awarded with Bharat Gaurav, Haryana Ratna, Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Award, World Piano Achievement Award and more than 100 such National and International accolades. Internationally awarded by UNESCO, UNICEF and ECOSOC for his India's first and only ISO certified online piano course affiliated to Gov't of India. He is also India's most awarded concert pianist who is a Double PhD as a Music Therapist as well, something that the world wants today! Some of the learnings to take away from this episode of Discover Your SecondAct Podcast are: Blessings , good wishes and good intentions never fail If you have the desire to fight, you set your own destiny Law of attraction is a super power Think what you want to be, visualize and work towards it, but don't give up your humility Be a life learner, you only get richer Each one of us is blessed with something unique, we need to tap into it A lot more is there in the conversation which you wont want to miss, that too its on you tube here , so that you can also get a real feel of the piano played live! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iiact/message
Melissa Davey was a senior, corporate executive turning 65 and facing a key decision point in her work life -- Do I stay or do I go? At the same time, an odd series of events resulted in her winning a charity auction to spend a day on a movie set with director M Night Shyamalan. Shadowing Mr. Shyamalan for a day put her on the path to becoming a filmmaker. She completing her first feature film in 2018. Beyond 60 is a documentary that profiles nine, vibrant women and their "after 60" accomplishments. Now 72, Ms. Davey will release her second film, "Climbing Into Life" in early 2023.
There is so much to consider when thinking about a career change, so where should you begin? Start with your why. Why do you want to make a change? Why now? Are the reasons you're thinking of the right reasons? By diving deep into the why, you can save yourself time, confusion, and stress. It's important to make sure you are not running away from something, but rather running towards a worthwhile goal. In this episode of the Second Act Success Podcast, Shannon discusses why the why is incredibly important when making a drastic career or life change of any kind. You'll learn some questions to ask yourself and reasons why taking a pause before making a leap may be the smartest step you take towards success.SHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE:https://secondactsuccess.co/28REVIEW THE PODCAST:Your review would mean the world to us! REVIEW THE PODCAST. (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364)WHAT'S YOUR SECOND ACT STORY?If you would like to share your story with our listeners or recommend a guest for the show, please fill out our Guest Application Form at https://bit.ly/SecondActSuccessGuest or email firstname.lastname@example.org.SHARE THE INSPIRATION:Share the podcast with friends to help spread the inspiration! secondactsuccess.co/podcast LEARN MORE AND SUBSCRIBE:To learn more about the show visit http://www.secondactsuccess.co, and please subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode.LET'S CONNECT!Connect with Shannon Russell and the Second Act Success Team:Facebook | Instagram | Website
MassLive's Chris Cotillo is joined on the Rundown by former Red Sox infielder Will Middlebrooks. He gives his perspective on the debut of top prospect Triston Casas and how his debut compares, along with what moves he believes the Red Sox should make this offseason and his unexpected path to becoming a broadcaster. Intro music: Airside by Hiro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ann Mehl is an Executive Coach. She coaches, speaks and writes about how to successfully navigate the ever-changing world of work. Ann's background as an executive recruiter in the ‘90s led her quite naturally to “coaching” people in career transition. Since launching her own consulting company in 2005, Ann has coached people from all walks of life from CEOs of start- up companies, senior leaders looking to gain a competitive edge, and others seeking to reinvent their careers. She is also a TEDx talk speaker and author of Painting with Scissors. Learn more about Ann and her journey on the Second Act Success Podcast. CONNECT with Ann Mehl:website - www.annmehl.combook - Painting with ScissorsTedx Talk - TEDx talk “Paint Your Masterpiece.” SHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE:https://secondactsuccess.co/27SHOW BREAKDOWN:01:48 - College and Career beginnings03:36- Quitting her first job04:39 - Taking a job in recruiting05:58 - Learning the inside of many businesses as a recruiter08:00 - 9/11 and leaving recruiting to work at Citigroup08:53 - Still feeling like working in corporate was not for her10:30 - Getting her life coach certification from Martha Beck12:15 - Trying to build a life coaching business in New York City 13:40 - Entrepreneurs have moments of self-doubt14:24 - Having thoughts that maybe she should go into education, even though she currently has a successful business. There is always room for self-doubt and room for change.17:06 - Deciding to work as an Executive Coach helping employees at corporations19:56 - Lucky to still be working throughout the pandemic. People need help of others now more than ever.21:21 - Tips for people who want to start something new in their career23:46 - Her TEDx talk25:06 - Her book Painting with Scissors26:25 - Advice on rewriting your own story27:59 - Advice on working through change29:26 - Trends in the work world today30:51 - What have these chapters in life taught you?31:08 - Would you recommend a big life change?31:49 - Advice for someone who is starting a second act32:16 - What does next chapter look like for you?REVIEW THE PODCAST:Your review would mean the world to us! REVIEW THE PODCAST. (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364)SHARE THE INSPIRATION:Share the podcast with friends to help spread the inspiration! secondactsuccess.co/podcast LEARN MORE AND SUBSCRIBE:To learn more about the show visit http://www.secondactsuccesLET'S CONNECT!Connect with our h
Dreams are never static, they keep evolving, they keep changing - says our very "well read" guest of Discover Your SecondAct Podcast Episode 79, Mr. Ajay Jain, founder of Kunzum Books (formerly popular as Kunzum Travel Café). What made this conversation even more special was shooting at the beautiful Kunzum outlet in DT Mega Mall in DLF Phase 1, Gurgaon. It's a beautiful book café, where you actually don't pay for your coffee; all Ajay wants everyone to do is to read at least 30 minutes a day, and he says magic will follow. Ajay's life has been of various acts, and each act was challenging but it really evolved him as a person. He very confidently says that if one does not experiment, how will we embrace failures and grow from there, and discover the hidden second act and various acts rather! When the intention is right to create Kunzum as a space for people's growth, this initiative is unstoppable. Coming from a person who is thoughtful, believes in conscious living and is already ready for another act this conversation is definitely inspiring. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iiact/message
This week on the podcast we are chatting to Shannon Russell from Second Act Success Podcast! She was a TV producer in New York and LA for 16 years before her own second act in success. We speak all about self love in the TV industry, staying true to yourself, making the tough choices that are best for you and your wellbeing and where to next! She is all about empowering women to step outside of their comfort zone and pursue a career and passion that will make them happy! You can find Shannon's podcast here: https://secondactsuccess.co/podcast Her website: www.secondactsuccess.co Her Instagram: www.instagram.com/secondactsuccess Her Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secondactsuccess.co Sign up for our FREE Meditation Challenge delivered to your email every morning for 7 days: https://unselfishlyme.ck.page/2ea14f5d65 If you'd like to sign up for my Beginner Yoga Online Challenge grab 10% off with the code YOGA at checkout: https://unselfishlyme.com/product/beginner-yoga/ Check our our Corporate Online Wellness program: https://unselfishlyme.com/corporate-wellness/ You can find us on social media: www.instagram.com/unselfishlyme www.facebook.com/UnselfishlyMe
Steve Cooper talks with actor Patrick Fabian. Patrick is best known for his role as Howard Hamlin on Better Call Saul. His recurring roles include shows such as Black Monday, Carol's Second Act, Special, Code Black, Valentine, Big Love, Veronica Mars, Providence, Joan of Arcadia, 24, The Newsroom and Saved by the Bell: The College Years. He has also guest starred in countless series like Lucifer, Barry,The Conners, Elementary, Ugly Betty, NCIS, Will & Grace, Friends, Scandal, The Mentalist, CSI: Crime Investigation Scene, Bones, Criminal Minds, Castle, Burn Notice, Longmire and many more. On the big screen he can be seen in DriverX, Extracurricular Activities, Eat Brains Love, 30 Nights, Cloud 9, Bad Ass and the Last Exorcism.
Happiness Mentor Karyn Seitz | Ep #24Happiness is the one thing over 8 billion of us are searching for every day. Karyn Seitz is a Happiness Mentor and she is sharing her advice on all things happiness on the Second Act Success Podcast. If you are thinking about starting over in any aspect of your life, listen to this week's episode to learn tips on what questions you should ask yourself before you leap into a second act of your own. CONNECT with Karyn Seitz:Website - ahappinesscourse.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/karynaseitzSHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE:https://secondactsuccess.co/24REVIEW THE PODCAST:Your review would mean the world to us! REVIEW THE PODCAST. (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364)WHAT'S YOUR SECOND ACT STORY?If you would like to share your story with our listeners or recommend a guest for the show, please fill out our Guest Application Form at https://bit.ly/SecondActSuccessGuest or email email@example.com.SHARE THE INSPIRATION:Share the podcast with friends to help spread the inspiration! secondactsuccess.co/podcast LEARN MORE AND SUBSCRIBE:To learn more about the show visit http://www.secondactsuccess.co, and please subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode.LET'S CONNECT!Connect with our host Shannon Russell and the Second Act Success Team:Facebook | Instagram | Website
Ken Wolf, Artistic Director of Manhattan Repertory Theatre in New York City, presents the 322nd episode of THE PLAYWRITING PODCAST. Episode Topic: "The Second Act to the Climax!" Special Flash Sale on Playwriting Services extended until Sunday August 28, 2022. 40%-50% discounts on everything! https://www.manhattanrep.com/flash-sale Check out my new PLAYWRIGHT VIDEO AND RESOURCE MEMBER AREA at howtowriteplays.com with my NEW AMAZING NEW VIDEO COURSE: HOW TO WRITE A FANTASTIC 10 MINUTE PLAY IN 2 HOURS! which also includes my other Video Courses: HOW TO WRITE A FANTASTIC PLAY IN 28 DAYS CREATING DRAMATIC ACTION WRITING A 10 MINUTE PLAY Also included: Curated Podcast Page by Topic Live List to 275 Theatres in the USA Hybrid Written and Audio blog Check it all out at: https://www.howtowriteplays.com/fantastic-10play-2 Get a Playwriting Coach! https://www.manhattanrep.com/playwriting-coaching Get some help on a script! https://www.manhattanrep.com/script-consultation Get some help on writing better and on getting produced! https://www.manhattanrep.com/playwright-career-coaching And check out my other Podcast about FEAR at: https://www.manhattanrep.com/fear Email: How2WritePlays@yahoo.com
0:00 Bestie intro plus a new moderator! 7:19 Adam Neumann raises $350M from a16z for his new residential real estate startup Flow 25:32 Housing policy: Bay Area, Houston, Miami differences 45:41 China, Saudi Arabia, Russia increase relations: should the US be worried? 1:01:09 Inflation Reduction Act signed into law: climate change impact, CBO scorecard, IRS beefed up, carbon tax, big pharma pricing, and more 1:29:47 Chamath ends his spat with Phil Hellmuth, FBI raid follow-up Follow the besties: https://twitter.com/chamath https://linktr.ee/calacanis https://twitter.com/DavidSacks https://twitter.com/friedberg Follow the pod: https://twitter.com/theallinpod https://linktr.ee/allinpodcast Intro Music Credit: https://rb.gy/tppkzl https://twitter.com/yung_spielburg Intro Video Credit: https://twitter.com/TheZachEffect Referenced in the show: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/15/business/dealbook/adam-neumann-flow-new-company-wework-real-estate.html https://www.google.com/finance/quote/PLD:NYSE https://www.google.com/finance/quote/WE:NYSE https://www.google.com/finance/quote/BX:NYSE https://a16z.com/2020/04/18/its-time-to-build https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-08-05/vc-marc-andreessen-opposes-plan-for-multi-family-atherton-housing https://www.politico.com/news/2022/08/16/xi-jinping-saudi-arabia-trip-middle-east-influence-00052023 https://www.wsj.com/articles/saudi-arabia-considers-accepting-yuan-instead-of-dollars-for-chinese-oil-sales-11647351541 https://www.wsj.com/articles/china-to-join-russia-military-exercises-as-u-s-rivals-deepen-ties-11660755790 https://www.reuters.com/markets/europe/saudi-pif-buys-shares-alphabet-zoom-microsoft-us-shopping-spree-2022-08-16 https://www.foreignaffairs.com/ukraine/playing-fire-ukraine https://www.cbo.gov/system/files/2022-08/hr5376_IR_Act_8-3-22.pdf https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2022/02/what-a-carbon-tax-can-do-and-why-it-cannot-do-it-all https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2022/08/18/fbi_unit_leading_mar-a-lago_probe_previously_led_russiagate_hoax_848582.html
Episode 89 and Wendi and Dfernando's guest interview is botanist, exotic plants expert and TikTok sensation Jacob Soule.When people ask Jacob Soule what he did during the COVID pandemic, he has a more interesting answer than most: he became TikTok famous. His @theplantprodigy account has almost 1 million followers and his short, entertaining, and informative videos about all things plants have over 26 million likes. And it all started by sibling rivalry. “My brother told me that he was in a viral video that a friend had made. It got half a million views,” Soule said. “He was joking about being TikTok famous. I tried to get big on TikTok to prove him wrong. I didn't have success at first, but after December 2021, I got the ball rolling.” Soule, who has autism, has long been interested in plants. He can remember picking daisies with his grandmother. When he was in second grade he read a book that piqued his interest in carnivorous plants and he bought his first one. “I got a Venus flytrap and a pitcher plant, but they all died,” he said. “They're not that tricky if you know what you're doing and I didn't know what I was doing when I was 9 or 10 years old.” Like some plant species, his interest in plants went dormant in about 2015. But, it sprang back to life in 2017 when his current collection began to grow. He currently has over 100 plants ranging from philodendron micans to desert roses and hoya to several carnivorous pitcher plants, which he now grows quite successfully. TikTok was not his first foray into social media. He has always been interested in influencer culture and he first launched a YouTube Channel after being inspired by one of his favorite YouTubers. He created his Instagram in 2019. In his videos, he documents his own adventures as a plant owner, while also answering questions from plant parents who share videos of their droopy or browning plants. Some of the videos offer plant-related humor, such as when he stops his aunt from tossing the dregs of her wine glass into a plant pot or when he reacts with horror to atrocities such as people giving their Venus flytrap toothpaste. He'll occasionally address issues such as negative comments about his voice or his lack of knowledge about some things with a disarming honesty, saying that his voice makes him unique and he's proud of having room to grow and learn more. He hopes to parlay his TikTok popularity into a business of some sort, perhaps starting an Etsy plant shop. He is currently attending Kalamazoo Valley Community College with hopes of eventually earning a Horticulture Degree from Michigan State University. “Plants were popular before COVID. They exploded after the lockdown,” Soule said. “Why do people like plants? That's hard to answer. Maybe it's because of the idea of being responsible and taking care of something without having to put an animal or child's life at risk. And many studies show that plants can help benefit mental health. Personally, I just like the idea of growing all kinds of unique plants.”Here are the plants Wendi references in the interview: Gymnarnphora, Trusmadiensis, Miranda, Robcantleyi, and Caesar.Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their Team GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website. Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE… and guest Jacob Soule, his TikTok, and his Twitter. Remember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com
MTV Producer turned Boutique Owner with Katina Turner | Ep #22Katina Turner began her career as a producer for MTV's legendary series House of Style. She worked with models and musicians, and went on host on-air segments for the show as well. Katina gave up the limelight of New York City for small town life in Asheville, North Carolina, where she opened several small businesses over the years including apothecaries, hair salons, and clothing boutiques. Katina now owns Further Yoga and Boutique where she brings big city fashion and beauty brands to the local community. This is Katina Turner's Second Act Success story. Connect with Katina Turner:Website - loveyoufurther.comFacebook - @ furtheryogaandboutiqueInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/furtheryogaandboutique/Show Notes Page:https://secondactsuccess.co/22LEARN MORE:To learn more about the show visit http://www.secondactsuccess.co, and please subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode.REVIEW THE PODCAST:Your review would mean the world to us! REVIEW THE PODCAST. (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364)WHAT'S YOUR SECOND ACT STORY?:If you would like to share your story with our listeners or recommend a guest for the show, please fill out our Guest Application Form at https://bit.ly/SecondActSuccessGuest or email firstname.lastname@example.org.SHARE THE INSPIRATION:Share the podcast with friends to help spread the inspiration! secondactsuccess.co/podcast LET'S CONNECT!:Connect with our host Shannon Russell and the Second Act Success Team:Facebook | Instagram | Website
When your birthday hits the half-century mark, you've got a lifetime of memories under your belt. You hit an interesting crossroads of simultaneously reflecting on the past & wondering about the future. Join Kari as she shares thoughts on turning 50 - and why it's a great place to be.Ep. 50 Show Notes:o Kari's books for moms: More Than a Mom and Love Her Wello Kari's books for teen girls: 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know and Liked: Whose Approval Are You Living For?o Kari's Blog - www.karikampakis.com/blog/o Contact: email@example.com, Instagram, and Facebook
Alright, let's go. It's time for the August 4th, rising moon, leo aligned, Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast. Caddy went to producer Carl's favorite place this side of the Mississippi. The Splish Splash Laundromat. It got a little slippery. Then importantly Donna talks about being a bonus parent, and we think a lot of listeners will relate. Tyler Hubbard has launched a single career for his own Second Act. The Florida Georgia Line artist is out, about and rumbling on. But if you offered him $1 million to go back, does he? Josh Turner also joins the show. Or does he? Listen about 34, 35 minutes in and you (definitely) will find out. Listen closely, then let us know. 7704646024.
Today, I'm talking to Chip Conley. Chip founded Joie de Vivre Hospitality at the age of 26, turned it into the second largest boutique hotel brand in America, and sold the business 24 years later. Soon after, the founders of Airbnb came to him for advice, and he joined them as their Head of Global Hospitality and Strategy before settling into a role as their Strategic Advisor for Hospitality and Leadership. He's also the founder of Modern Elder Academy, the world's first “midlife wisdom school,” with a campus in Baja California Sur and one soon to open in Santa Fe. In his most recent book, Wisdom at Work: The Making of a Modern Elder, Chip writes about the value of humility, emotional intelligence, and wisdom–and how companies like Airbnb benefit from skills that can only come with age. In this conversation, Chip and I discuss the identity crises that come with exits of all sizes and the lessons he learned by joining Airbnb, how our calling evolves over the course of our lives, and how to find (and take advantage of) the incredible opportunities that life transitions give us. GET A FREE COPY OF CHIP'S BOOK, WISDOM AT WORK! Here's all you have to do... Step 1.) Subscribe to the podcast and leave an honest rating & review over on iTunes. Step 2.) Text BOOK, that's B-O-O-K to 866-482-9559 for a link to our book request page, complete the form and we will ship you the book for free. It's that simple! In this podcast interview, you'll learn: What it means to be a modern elder. The difference between calling, purpose, and meaning. How Chip is working to teach wisdom at Modern Elder Academy. What midlife is and isn't–and why Chip believes “midlife crisis” to be a misnomer. The equations that can help us identify (and learn from) our emotions. Chip's advice for anyone over the age of 50 who's thinking about taking a big leap. Show Notes: RetireWithPurpose.com/306 Rate & Review the Podcast: RetireWithPurpose.com/review Weekly Retirement Newsletter: RetireWithPurpose.com/weekend-reading
Episode 88 and Wendi and Dfernando's guest interview is multi-disciplinary artist, writer, professional dancer, actor, psychic, musician and painter Pleasant Gehman. A Hollywood rock ‘n' roll icon, during the 1970s, she was one of the first punks in Los Angeles, documenting the scene she helped create in her fanzine LOBOTOMY, which lead to writing for the top mainstream rock publications. During the 1980s, she toured fronting her three bands, all of whom released multiple recordings: Screamin' Sirens, The Ringling Sisters and Honk If Yer Horny. Concurrently, she was the talent booker for the seminal Los Angeles “alternative” clubs Cathay De Grande and Raji's.Since the early 1990s, under the stage name Princess Farhana, she has appeared internationally as a professional belly dance and burlesque performer and teacher, touring in Egypt, Turkey, China, Australia, and constantly across Europe, the United Kingdom and North America. She's danced and acted in numerous motion pictures, in music videos and on television shows and has been featured in many documentaries on belly dance and burlesque, performing and as an interview subject. In 2009, she was the star of Steve Balderson's feature-length documentary UNDERBELLY: A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF PRINCESS FARHANA, released worldwide in theaters as well as on DVD. A practicing witch, her work as a psychic, intuitive Tarot reader and energy healer has been life-long; she currently shares her gifts with clients worldwide. From the age of sixteen onwards, Pleasant has been a journalist and cultural commentator with literally thousands of articles published nationally and internationally on everything from rock ‘n' roll to the paranormal, from magic to homeless teenagers. Her memoirs, short stories and poetry have been widely anthologized and many works were recorded on her spoken word CD Ruined. In March 2020, she launched the popular podcast THE DEVIL'S MUSIC, which explores the intersection of rock'n'roll and the occult. It is available across all podcasting platforms. Pleasant is the author and/or editor of eight books, including THE BELLY DANCE HANDBOOK and the memoir SHOWGIRL CONFIDENTIAL: MY LIFE ONSTAGE, BACKSTAGE AND ON THE ROAD.Her latest book ROCK 'N' ROLL WITCH: A MEMOIR OF SEX MAGICK, DRUGS AND ROCK 'N' ROLL, is a memoir of her astonishing life, where music and the unexplained have been constants for decades. Her supernatural experiences unfold to a soundtrack of old school punk, 50's rockabilly, vintage blues, classic rock and girl groups. Stranger than fiction, her true stories of spirit encounters, synchronicity and her own psychic abilities are populated with the friends who also experienced them, including The Go-Go's, The Cramps, The Germs, The Gun Club, The Blasters and many more. Her writing is riveting, loaded with humor and extraordinary details that will make readers question their own reality.She authored her own chapters in John Doe and Tom Desavia's UNDER THE BIG BLACK SUN: A PERSONAL HISTORY OF LA PUNK and MORE FUN IN THE NEW WORLD: THE UNMAKING AND LEGACY OF LA PUNK. She currently hosts BELL, BOOK & CANDLE - an occult burlesque show at El Cid in Los Angeles that is held every third Wednesday of every month. Pleasant lives in Hollywood, California, with four spoiled rescue cats.Also on Episode 88, Dfernando and Wendi celebrate his new status as a new Californian and their weekend attending the play TILDA SWINTON ANSWERS AN AD ON CRAIGSLIST (at Los Angeles' Casita Del Campo) written by past guest Byron Lane and starring (another past guest) Tom Lenk. And Wendi mentions she spoke on Lux ATL's MAKE IT HAPPEN VIRTUAL RETREAT. Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their TEAM GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website. Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE... and our guest Pleasant Gehman, her Twitter, and her Facebook page. Remember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com
Dylan and Connor are joined by Matthew “Mooch” Mucha and Taylor Okey from Second Act Snacks (Broadstream). Hot off the Funny Girl presses, the twins are still reeling from the DRAMA of the Broadway community. Listen in as they learn about the origins of Second Act Snacks, touring the country with Bandstand, the best Upper West Side Bars, turning a backstage IG live into a hustle, Selling Sunset tea, the book/Apple TV+ series Defending Jacob, dreams of international seasons of their show, Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens, and MORE. Watch season 2 of Second Act Snacks on Broadstream now.Follow Second Act Snacks on InstagramFollow Mooch on InstagramFollow Taylor on InstagramWatch the series for free on Broadstream!Follow DRAMA. on Twitter & InstagramFollow Connor MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramFollow Dylan MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramEdited by DylanGet your DRAMA merch (t-shirts, stickers, and more) HERE!SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PATREON HERE! Support us and help us continue producing content!Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts, rate us 5 stars, and leave a kind review!
Today we're doing some exploring of ideas! We're going to take three concepts and dive deep into what we think they mean, how they apply to our lives, and how we hope to see them change things in the future! Links in this episode Second Act with Kate Watkins | 55 I'm a fan recommendations Mindy's milkshake Julie's curtains We'd love to hear from you! Find us here: Instagram: Midlife Matters Podcast Website: midlifematterspodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 87 and Wendi and Dfernando's guest interview is author and decorative artist Elisa Stancil Levine. Elisa Stancil Levine spent her childhood in a canyon on the American River, upstream from the site of the California Gold Rush. She left school at sixteen and as a single mother in Sacramento earned a degree in Library Science and studied Creative Writing. Working with partners she remodeled sixteen historic houses and was Home and Garden Editor and feature writer for SACRAMENTO MAGAZINE. At thirty-six she founded Stancil Studios, an award winning, nationwide decorative finishes company in San Francisco.Elisa's second book, THIS OR SOMETHING BETTER, is a memoir and takes place in Northern California, Manhattan and Paris. In it she shares the story of “the making of a maker” where she explores the combination of surrender and decisive action, trust and wariness, solitude and human connection, intuition and painstaking self-inquiry, grace and sheer hard labor that lie at the heart of the great mystery of human resilience.Her essays have recently appeared in ENTROPY MAGAZINE, STIRRING: A LITERARY COLLECTION, THE PENMEN REVIEW, and THE WRITER'S WORKSHOP REVIEW. A third book is in the works.Elisa's color and pattern design have been featured in every major American design magazine including TOWN AND COUNTRY, CALIFORNIA HOMES, LUXE, ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST, and VOGUE.When Elisa is not writing, traveling or consulting on color and pattern she and her husband spend hours immersed in nature, running and riding horseback on Sonoma Mountain.Also on Episode 87, Dfernando and Wendi have more GORGEOUS LIVING tips: ladies trimming their beards and a TikTok yogurt cake. Plus, Wendi mentions her new water aerobics with the women in her family.Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their TEAM GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website. Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE... and our guest Elisa Stancil Levine, her Facebook page, and her Linkedln.Remember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com