From traditional roles of wife and Mom to successful entrepreneur, Carolyn Brown offers sage advice and theories to seriously consider while on our growth path.
After becoming a single Mom and embarking on a successful real estate career, Carolyn discovered direct sales… because her identity became that of a Realtor, though, when she decided to change careers, she wondered “Who is Carolyn Brown if not a realtor?”
In building her business she learned the value of allowing others to help her (a giant lesson for most women) and she learned it’s the space between the notes that makes the music.
If you have questions after listening to this podcast, contact Carolyn at email@example.com
In this episode, Mickie Zada shares some ways to embrace change and them importance role it can play in determining whether we are growing into all that we are supposed to become.
“The Girl on the Right”
Have you made outside-the-norm choices for your life? Do you long to do something meaningful, even though you’re in your “second 53 years”? All you need is a little inspiration and some encouragement to take that first baby step? This is the podcast for you!
This episode is inspired by a face book graphic…several little girls in ballet class paying attention to the teacher, but “the girl on the right” is hanging upside down on the barre by her knees! The caption is: “Be like the girl on the right”.
Research led me to four women who chose paths not traveled by their peers: Agree with their politics or not, they lived “girl on the right” lives!
Juliett Gordon Low: Founder of the Girl Scouts
Maggie Kuhn: Founder of The Gray Panthers
At 47 Sheri Bush ran her first half-marathon and was struck with an epiphany that “running would become a huge part of her life”. At that moment she moved from Where she was to Who she is! Today Sheri is one of 2 American women to have completed all 6 Major World Marathons…and she has goals to complete before she’s 60! Running may not be your thing…it’s sure not mine! Sheri’s story will inspire you to live YOUR life!
“Test the Strength of the Rope”
You’ve seen that horse on face book, tethered to blue plastic chair? Well, like that horse, we are all tethered to something we could walk away from…except we are held by our conditioning! In this discussion, learn ways to discover what’s holding you in places you’ve outgrown.