Lift As You Climb

Have you ever looked in the mirror and asked “Who Am I Now”? As Baby Boomers, we’ve been so busy ‘adulting’ and keeping up with expectations for decades, it is not surprising that we lose touch with ourselves as we evolve and change over time. Growth, transformation, and reinvention with a purpose and a plan are essential to a fulfilled life. Each Wednesday, Isabel Alexander, self-proclaimed Mistress of Reinvention, unpacks her personal evolution system, Lift As You Climb, and engages guests to share their Ah-Ha moments of recognizing their evolved, authentic selves. Be inspired by others who embrace “This is who I am now!” and choose who they want to become next as they love their life and live their legacy. This podcast celebrates Identity, Influence and Impact at every age and every stage of life!


episode 54: Are You Too Old To Reinvent

When is old too old?When are you too old to reinvent? 

What age is the right age to stop being curious, passionate, evolving?

What age do you look like? 

Act like? 

Want to be?

In conversation with a dear friend who I hadn’t seen face to face for 10 years, she exclaimed:

“Isabel, you haven’t changed a bit. I think you look younger since I saw you last!

You don’t look your age at all!”

I expressed the same sentiments to her, sincerely awed at how vibrant and youthful she seemed, knowing her 77th birthday was only months away.

We hugged and laughed, thrilled to be in person again, grateful that our friendship was still strong, even after a decade hiatus.

Over wine we mused, “What does any age look like now?” 

We agreed, we don’t resemble our mothers or grandmothers. And we don’t even resemble the “us” we’d been programmed to expect by societal norms of decades ago.

She’s reinventing.

I am reinventing.

Most baby boomers are reinventing and redefining.

Join us!


You are not starting from scratch, you are starting from experience!

Haven’t taken stock of your “YOU” portfolio lately? 

Perhaps it’s time to update your self-appraisal and marvel at the treasure that you are today and plan your self-investment strategy for your future – your encore – your legacy!

Download Isabel’s workscript; The Vault – Personal Currency Planner? – at

About the Host:


Isabel Alexander

Your Next Business Strategist and Transformation Catalyst


Dynamic, a self-made entrepreneur who overcame obstacles with an unrelenting positive nature, a farm girl work ethic, and a conscious choice to thrive rather than survive, Isabel Alexander (Banerjee) cultivated an award-winning, $10+ million global chemical business and grew it from dining room table to international boardrooms.

Isabel’s strengths include the ability to initiate and nurture strategic relationships, a love of lifelong learning and talents for helping others maximize their potential. An inspiring speaker within both industry and community, she is a driving force behind those with the courage to follow her example of thriving against the odds.

With 50+ years of business experience across diverse industries, Isabel is respected as an advisor, a coach, a mentor, and a role model. She believes in sharing collective wisdom and empowering others to economic independence.



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Chief Encore Officer, The Encore Catalyst ( – an accelerator for feminine wisdom, influence, and impact.


Author & Speaker ‘Who Am I Now? – Feminine Wisdom Unmasked Uncensored’ (



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