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This is Creating Your Encore Career And becoming a “Silver Entrepreneur”, with your host Lynn Friesth. Lynn will share ideas and expert advice from people that are walking in your shoes and living their encore careers — where they want and at the pace they want. You’ll start a company of one with confidence and knowledge to live a fulfilled life of freedom and ease. Lynn is a Coach and Leadership Consultant whose mission is to show Senior Leaders and Experts how to start something refreshing ...
 
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Today we are going to be talking with Amy Nelson. Amy has been a coach for several years as well as a colleague and great friend of mine. We both enjoy working with local entrepreneurs to help them get started and grow their businesses. In addition to her MBA, Amy has an advanced certification from the Life Mastery Institute. On top of that, she ha…
 
This episode features Confidence Coach Christen Shefchunas, who works with athletes at all levels from Olympians and NCAA All Americans to high school athletes. As a former Division I head coach, Christen watched too many women miss out on their potential because of their lack of confidence. Realizing that there was a lack of resources, Christen le…
 
Today, we meet one of America’s most prominent non-profit CEOs. Stacey D. Stewart is the President and CEO of the March of Dimes. She previously served as the U.S. President of United Way Worldwide, as well as President and Chief Executive Officer for the Fannie Mae Foundation. Stacey shares stories of growing up in middle class America as the daug…
 
Today we are talking with Cory Peppler. Cory is a teacher, friend, and colleague. He has also had a great experience getting started in his Encore Career, something he did before even leaving his existing career. In this episode, Cory and I discuss this journey. He explains how he went about starting his side business and the various tips and trick…
 
If you want to get good at marketing, you must get to know your customer. Understanding who your ideal clients are, what they enjoy, what they do on a daily basis, and what their pain points are is the only way to attract them. Today we have copywriting expert Marisa Shadrick on to teach us how to do this. Marisa has been a coach, colleague, and fr…
 
Today, we are talking with Jodie Vee. Jodie has been a friend and colleague of mine for several years. She is also a nutrition, wellness, and business coach. Jodie comes from a business background, specifically in finance and accounting. However, she has now moved into helping women use nutrition and wellness through her new business called “AgingS…
 
Today, we are going to be talking about some foundational ideas and activities for developing an Encore Career. I have applied all of these things in my own professional life and have found them to be incredible tools. As I’ve talked about before, some of the key “perspectives” you need to adopt in an Encore Career are growth mindset, own your expe…
 
Today, we are going to be talking with Geoff Kullman. Geoff is a direct response copywriter and brand strategist. He helps personal brand businesses build deep connections with their audience and launch significant digital businesses. To do so, Geoff utilizes the latest in neuroscience, psychology, and influence. He then takes these concepts and us…
 
Today we are going to be talking with Michele Nevarez, the CEO of Goleman EI. I’ve worked with Michele for several years and even became a Certified Meta-Coach in Emotional Intelligence. It’s been both an honor and a privilege to learn and work with her and the Goleman EI team. The pandemic has created a unique set of circumstances inviting us each…
 
Today, we are going to be talking with Chelsea Brinkley. I have known and admired Chelsea for several years now and she is a very smart and amazing person. Every day, she helps entrepreneurs and freelancers create efficient businesses so they can create the life they desire on their own terms. In 2016, Chelsea and her husband made the decision to l…
 
In today's episode, I'm going to share some ideas on future proofing your career based on the book called Future Proof: Reinventing Work in The Age of Acceleration by Diana Wu David. Although this holds true for anybody in today's world, this is especially true for silver entrepreneurs, those who are at their encore career. A huge part of future pr…
 
The Baby Boomer total of the population is around 73 million and about 20 million are actively participating in the workforce. My goal is to help you create a compelling future for yourself in an encore career. In today's episode, I will talk about five conversations you need to have when beginning your encore career. Now, there are five conversati…
 
n this episode we interview Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey. The former professional basketball player has become known for her willingness to take on the big fights ranging from the opioid crisis to the Trump administration. Hear how Maura chooses her battles and why she never gives up until she wins. Learn more about your ad-choices a…
 
I started my podcast to help manufacturing leaders. My goal was to help them create a compelling future for themselves, their teams and organization. And so, I focused on leadership skills, organizational skills, learning, development and technology. While these are still issues, what I found is that the #1 issue is talent and workforce. Many peopl…
 
Today, we are going to be talking with Rick Davis. Rick is a good friend, teacher, and self-proclaimed presentation specialist/playful otter. He helps people become engaging presenters who are prepped and ready for any occasion. Rick works with speakers, coaches, executives, sales professionals, and anyone with a desire to perform better whenever t…
 
I’ve known and worked with Jonathan Milligan for several years. He has been a huge influence in the shaping of my Encore Career. I’ve relied on his knowledge and wisdom time and time again. Jonathan’s book, Your Message Matters, is a great place to start if you’re crafting your Encore Career. In it, Jonathan overviews the four parts to understandin…
 
In the second episode of our Author Snack Series, we’re sharing a bite-sized interview with Tanya Selvaratnam - artist, Emmy-nominated producer and author. We talk to Tanya about her new book, “Assume Nothing: A Story of Intimate Violence” about her abusive relationship with then New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. We hear about her strugg…
 
Remote workers are usually presented with just two options: work from home or work from a coffee shop. Sometimes they get tired of being in their house all the time and they need to get out. However, they also crave a more professional environment than a coffee shop. This is where collaborative workspaces come in. Amy Sivertsen is the co-owner of C…
 
This week, we interview Rebecca Minkoff, designer and creator of the eponymous global fashion brand. Rebecca dishes on the t-shirt that launched her career, what it’s like running a business with her brother, how she and her husband divide the parenting and best of all, she candidly shares the challenges she has faced on her entrepreneurial journey…
 
Today’s episode is all about doing customer discovery. If you’re not familiar with this concept, customer discovery is a subset of the business model generation process. It’s probably the most important piece of the lean startup puzzle. Take it from the Startup Owner’s Manual itself: “The number one goal of customer discovery {is} turning the found…
 
This week on What’s Her Story, we’re joined by Julie Lythcott-Haims. After more than a decade as Dean of Freshman at Stanford, Julie took on the over-parenting rat race through her bestselling books and TED talk. We talk about raising independent children, redefining achievement, and most importantly, how to be the kind of parents our children dese…
 
Many of us have been unexpectedly thrust into remote work. There are those who love this change. Others, however, struggle working from home. There are many challenges that come with remote work including feelings of isolation, lack of communication, and issues with technology. Particularly for those who are doing remote work in their Encore career…
 
This week on What’s Her Story, we’re joined by Rachel Nichols, host of ESPN’s daily show focused on the NBA. We chat with Rachel about her early years at The Washington Post, rising in the ranks despite not fitting the mold, and how she parents. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In the first episode of our brand new Author Snack Series, we’re sharing a bite-sized interview with Susan McPherson - author, consultant, serial connector, and communications pro. Susan shares the origin story for her career in connection, the unexpected questions she asks to forge relationships, and tips for introverts looking to make more friend…
 
We all know and understand that the COVID-19 pandemic changed everything. It changed the way we do work, where we do work, and most importantly who is in the workforce. As a result of these changes, many business owners and employees have had to rethink what work really means. Some who were planning on leaving the workforce soon have been forced to…
 
This is the second in our two part series with Amy Purdy, paralympic snowboarder, motivational speaker, Dancing With the Stars runner up and author. In this episode Amy talks about learning to snowboard again post-amputation, her intense relationship with her husband, her struggles with self-confidence, dancing her way to stardom with Derek Hough a…
 
As a leader, you must never become complacent. Rather, you should always be on a journey of growth and development. It is your responsibility to continue learning new skills for the rest of your career and even for the rest of your life. The way to do this is by creating a personal learning plan. In this episode, I am teaching you how to do that. F…
 
In the first of our two part series with Amy Purdy, paralympic snowboarder, motivational speaker, Dancing With the Stars runner up and author, we take a deep dive into Amy's journey. From losing both of her legs at 19 to becoming a decorated athlete and hero to many, Amy has chosen again and again to view challenges as opportunities. Learn more abo…
 
The pandemic caused complete disruption of the talent picture in the United States. In particular, the workforce in various demographics has shifted greatly. As a result, the landscape of talent is changing. In this episode, we are discussing this change. We are getting into what the future talent landscape will look like, both from the perspective…
 
This week we're joined by Swan Sit, global digital marketing executive, Clubhouse’s biggest star, and board member of three public companies. We chat with Swan about immigrating to the United States as a child, her incredible career, being managed by Gary Vaynerchuk, and of course, her personal life! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.…
 
While you may be a company of one, you still can’t do it all. Every one of us needs other people to come alongside us and help us throughout our entrepreneurial journey. The Kaufman Foundation puts it this way: “Innovation thrives in dense networks.” Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy emphasize “Who, Not How” in their new book. Finally, my good friend…
 
This week we’re joined by Jennifer Weiner, New York Times bestselling author of more than 17 books. Jennifer shares her path from newsroom reporter to novelist, how she developed life-long confidence, and the challenges of raising teenage daughters. This episode is dedicated to Jennifer’s incredible, wise, and hilarious mother, Fran, who passed jus…
 
Today, we are revisiting the concept of emotional intelligence and the entrepreneur. Whether you’re on your own in business, leading a small to mid-sized company, or operating as a leader in any capacity, emotional intelligence plays a role in your life. In this episode, I will be discussing exactly how it impacts you as a leader. However, there ar…
 
In the wake of Melinda and Bill Gates’ recent divorce announcement, we’re sharing Melinda’s most personal interview ever. We talk about division of household labor, empowering women around the world, raising well-adjusted kids and the last thing that she and Bill fought about. Tune in to really understand Melinda and what she stands for. Learn more…
 
The key to success is taking charge. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or an employee, you have to take full responsibility for everything you think, say, and do. That is the only way to show up, step up, and live up to this one-and-only life you’ve been given. I'm honored to have my friend Ann Vertel on the show today to talk more about this. Ann is …
 
In this episode we chat with forest ecologist Suzanne Simard, whose groundbreaking research led to her wildly popular TED talk on how trees talk to each other. Suzanne discusses sexism in science; the stressful life choice that led to her cancer, why her children are following in her footsteps; and finding love after her divorce. Learn more about y…
 
Most businesses operate at the expense of the owner’s sanity. Entrepreneurs burn themselves out because they try to do it all. What’s the solution to this problem? Build teams you can trust. This is something that Trivinia Barber experienced firsthand. As a result, in 2012 she founded her company, Priority VA, which is now one of the world’s leadin…
 
This week on What’s Her Story, we’re joined by educator and New York Times bestselling author Jessica Lahey. We talk about her path from sobriety to writing her just released book, The Addiction Innoculation, on preventing childhood substance abuse. We chat about how her research has changed her parenting style, the dangers of helicopter parenting,…
 
This episode is a little different. It’s not about running your business, but about how to make a transition. Joining us to discuss this is Dan Allen. Dan had a wide-ranging career from which he retired last January. He is experienced in Human Resources, Labor Relations, partnering with senior leaders, collective bargaining, and supporting both man…
 
When one of our past guests is all over the news, we get excited! It was no surprise that when Kim filed for divorce from Kanye, she chose attorney to the stars Laura Wasser. This week on What’s Her Story, we’re resharing our conversation with Laura who explains the importance of a prenup, why she chose not to marry either of her kids’ dads, and hi…
 
In the wake of a flood of horrific gun violence, we’re resharing our episode with Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. Learn about how Shannon became “the NRA’s worst nightmare” and her ambitious quest to end gun violence. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Michael Simmons is an author who has done extensive research on the topic of accelerated change in the workplace. He studied the work of 10 different authors who had written on this issue of the acceleration of digital capitalism and the acceleration of time. Simmons spent over 100 hours reading these top 10 books and articles and provided a summar…
 
The pandemic has affected each of us. The impact has been felt differently depending on our place in life, but nobody has emerged unscathed. One segment of the population that has been especially burdened is working moms. Working from home, virtual learning, and continuing motherly duties have made the past year extremely hard for these women. In t…
 
This week, we’re joined by Luvvie Ajayi Jones, New York Times bestselling author, speaker and podcast host. We chat with Luvvie about her career progression from blogger to world-renowned writer; how she met her husband; the daily routine that keeps her creative juices flowing, and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcast…
 
A big part of leadership is coaching. As a leader, you are likely going to coach others and be coached yourself. An important key to coaching is having good listening skills. This skill will not only help you through challenging conversations you are bound to have but will also contribute to your success as a leader in general. I’m so excited to di…
 
This week on What’s Her Story, we’re joined by entrepreneur Cindy Eckert, the pioneer behind “women’s Viagra” who built and sold a $1B company. This is a can’t miss tale of perseverance amidst countless obstacles and a woman who never gave up. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
There is a crisis in the manufacturing workforce. To put it simply, there just aren’t enough workers to meet the workforce demands. Across the country, unemployment is high, and yet there are more than enough jobs in manufacturing--just not enough people. This is the topic we are discussing in today’s episode. We are diving deep into both the cause…
 
This week on What’s Her Story with Sam & Amy, we chat with financial expert and educator Tori Dunlap, also known as @herfirst100k. We talk salary negotiation tips; why she quit her first corporate job; how she talks money on first dates; and her mission to help more women invest. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.…
 
Throughout our lives, we will enter seasons of increased responsibility. In these new seasons, we may be expected to be stronger leaders or to take greater initiative for making change happen. Maybe you’ve recently entered a new company or department, moved into a new role within your company, or the expectations for your existing position were upd…
 
Today, we bring you the second episode in our two-part series with thought leader and bestselling author Austin Channing Brown. In this episode, Austin shares her path to home ownership, achieving notoriety during a period of racial inequity, and the support she's received from her husband as her career has skyrocketed. Learn more about your ad-cho…
 
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