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 Banerjee, 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!
What is your expiry date?
Seriously! Isn't that how society has planned it for us as women in our sixties and beyond, when we reach the “a certain age” stage, we are supposed to just go gently into that sweet night of obsolescence...
I am travelling for a month, visiting family, dear friends and colleagues in Canada, and spending some reflection time with Me, Myself and I.
I love road trips, and as a safe driver should, I frequently glance in the rearview mirror.
My attention doesn't linger there; just brief seconds to make be aware of what is behind me. But, at the same time, I see me and I have the opportunity to check in with me also.
Six months ago, I recorded the episode "Love Thy Selfie"...
The original recording and release of this episode took place in March, 2021. Now merely 4 months later... So much has changed and happened, that I felt it was time to re release this episode for you. Additionally, technology has provided us with better tools to improve. So we're updating this entire episode.
This also gives me an opportunity to update you on the reason for this podcast.....
Stuck In The Muck
Here I grow again! But not without resistance and getting a little dirty.
In this episode, I come clean about how it feels to resist the urge to struggle against fear, frustration, and the imposter syndrome.
I share some tools and techniques to reassure our monkey-minds, and slowly extricate ourselves from the psychological muck and move on gracefully.
My recent practice of The Morning Pages from https://juliacameronlive...
When are we too old or too young, or when it is too late or too soon, to change our perceptions, expectations, and attitudes about aging?
When are we the right age to embrace that aging is an achievement and a benefit to society?
My guest today explains how ageism is “stereotyping and discrimination on the basis of a person’s age...
More than just lip service to Indigenous Beauty
Jennifer Harper, edgy girl, alcoholic transformed to CEO change maker, exemplifies Lifting As You Climb, and tireless building of success ladders for many, along her own journey of healing and personal recovery.
She grew up disconnected from her indigenous roots and unaware how generational transfer of trauma adversely affected her and millions of others...
The expression ‘Once Upon a Time’ may conjure up thoughts of a time when things were different, perhaps better, or at least simpler.
Generally, these are times fondly or romantically remembered but not always.
Once Upon a Time suggests a state of suspended history that we can look back on.
We know from stories of childhood bedtimes that there is always a hero or heroine who saves the day and rescues the defenseless. Ultimately and reassuringly, the good guys win...
Do you feel like big corporations and trending influencers, coaches, and practitioners are intent on making us feel “less than”, not good enough, and that we need fixing or remaking into their idea of valued members of society?
The older I get, the more I resent this condescending marketing!
“Like racism and sexism, ageism serves a social and economic purpose: to legitimize and sustain inequalities between groups. It’s not about how we look...
Dr. Stephen R. Covey used a great metaphor for close relationships as joint emotional bank accounts. Today we talk about the reality that friendships worth having, require cultivation and nurturing. Why are we surprised when a friendship fades away or ends abruptly?
You don’t become a better caregiver by sacrificing your own self-care. In this interview, Lisa Zawrotny shares bittersweet and challenging life experiences of a ‘Sandwich Generation” caregiver.
Falling primarily on the shoulders of women is the ultra-demanding role of caretaker of parents with health issues or age-related disabilities...