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!
Triple Ps with guest Eleanor Beaton
Eleanor Beaton is always cooking up great ways to support women entrepreneurs to start, grow, and love their seven-figure-plus businesses – unapologetically!
She’s a master baker of great big juicy slices of life filled with clarity, confidence, and economic autonomy...
There are dreamers and there are doers. And then, there are many that say
“I ALWAYS WANTED TO . . . “
Too frequently, that’s where it ends. The thought is not acted upon, it’s stuffed away in the back of our mental sock drawer, never to become a reality.
Liz Sumner is on a mission to transform many more of us “I Always Wanted To”-ers into “I Did It!”s by curating stories of inspiration and DIY examples...
ESSENCE is defined as “the basic nature of a thing; the quality or qualities that make a thing what it is”.
We may also refer to essence as our authentic self, true nature or spirit, our core values.
I believe our essence evolves as we do, and if we allow it, it becomes truer, richer, more distinctly ‘US’.
Finding myself at the busy intersection of Who Am I Now, Who Was I, and Who Do I Want to Become, I realized my decisions would have two different outcomes...
From earliest childhood, Linda observed people and the environment around her with deep respect for beauty and sustainability. The little girl who grew up in a remote mining community in Canada went on to become an international model, designer and fashion icon, celebrated leader, and instigator for positive change.
The purchase of a Linda Lundström “LaParka” was a reward for achievement of goals that I and many Baby Boomer femmepreneurs prioritized as a milestone...
Heroes are the ones who have courage to be different, to change status quo, stand for something and start a movement that uplifts and inspires others.
Heroes are not born. Heroism is not inherited or something you can purchase. SHEroes and Heroes evolve from struggles and trials and awareness.
Loubna Zarrou was shy, introverted and bullied as a child. She made a choice to rise above limiting circumstances and become a hero, role model and mentor for herself and many others...
“GO AHEAD – START A MOVEMENT!”
I remember vividly where and when I heard that challenge and the electricity it triggered throughout my body!
Instinctively, I knew in that precise moment my life, at age 60, was about to have greater impact.
I was in a hotel ballroom in San Diego, attending a three-day conference. The year was 2015 and I was just beginning to get clarity about who I was in the next stage of my life and what mattered to me next.
One word carries so much weight...
From a preschool age, Michele Bailey demonstrated her entrepreneurial skills and passion for spreading joy and gratitude. She continued to hone those skills and build businesses, teams, and relationships underpinned by her values and gratitude principles...
Entrepreneurs often joke that they are unemployable. After being
your own boss for a while, it’s very difficult, if not downright
impossible, to be an employee.
True to entrepreneurial characteristics, I spontaneously recorded
this extra episode to acknowledge that I started my first company
thirty-two years ago and I never seriously wanted to have a
J.O.B. – a job working for another business owner since...
Let’s continue our conversation begun in Episode 07 about friendships and why that is something that's very important in every woman's life.
Previously, I shared a very personal and painful story about a breakup of a friendship, and how different that feels than the breakup of a romantic relationship.
I‘ve concluded that not all BFFs are meant to be forever...