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Major Motivation for Everyday Living! Join us for conversations regarding Beauty, Career, Health, Relationships and much more! - Jane Wilkens Michael with "Better Than Before" - Bonnie Marcus' with "GPS Your Career" - Laurie Huston's with "News From the Heart
 
The Wendi Cooper Show is hosted and produced by Wendi Cooper who is a Los Angeles based award-winning, writer, art director, and host of direct response TV commercials. In 2011 she accepted the personal challenge to launch a live weekly internet talk show with the running theme, "everyone is a product and everyone needs marketing to succeed, let's talk about it." Wendi's passion is to help share the voice of others and has been for over 20 years. Story views are created from the content capt ...
 
The case has gone cold. The person vanished without a trace. These unsolved crimes are frustrating and heartbreaking for the families of the victims and our deputies. #TeamHCSO reviews our unsolved missing person and homicide cases in hopes that it will bring new details to light. Join us as we try to solve this Unfinished Business.
 
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Award winning entrepreneur, Forbes contributing writer and executive coach Bonnie Marcus assists professional women to successfully navigate the workplace and position and promote themselves to advance their careers. In her newly published book, “NOT DONE YET!”, Bonnie addresses how women over 50 can regain their confidence and claim their power. Y…
 
As the first person to go to college in her family, Marla Persky did not have a professional female role model. Unsure of what she wanted to do, she found an attraction to being a trial attorney, standing up in front of a jury, telling a story and becoming a character in front of other people. While studying law she realized she loved business even…
 
In 2015,Melissa Davey, a corporate executive, had a chance encounter with a famous film director. After that meeting, she was inspired to leave her 25-year year career and jump into the unknown at age 65.In April of 2021 Melissa’s first film, Beyond Sixty, a documentary about the resilience and continued relevance of women over the age of 60, was r…
 
Nancy Davis Kho, author of The Thank You Project: Cultivating Happiness One Letter of Gratitude at a Time, discusses the importance both to you and to others of expressing gratitude. You’ll hear: The myriad benefits of expressing gratitude Why expressing gratitude increases your sense of self-worth The importance of specificity when saying thank yo…
 
Jessie Wiegand had a tumultuous childhood, leaving home at 16 and living a peripatetic life, couch surfing throughout high school years. With the help of teachers and counselors Jessie was able to successfully overcome her struggles as a teenager. Married right out of high school, Jessie dedicated herself to raising and homeschooling her 5 children…
 
Susan Pohlman is a writer, filmmaker and presenter, and the founder of the “Phoenix Writers Network”. In this episode, we discuss her latest travel memoir, “A Time to Seek: Meaning, Purpose, and Spirituality at Midlife”. Learn how she uses travel with the intention of knowing herself more deeply. Find out more at: SusanPohlman.com.Check out https:/…
 
Amy Ferris is an author, screenwriter, editor and playwright. Her memoir, Marrying George Clooney: Confessions From A Midlife Crisis, is an example of the brilliant, entertaining and creative way that she tells the raw and unaltered truth. I greatly admire her ability to be truly herself, which in turn inspires others to do the same. Amy and I talk…
 
Everything you ever needed to know about EPA, DHA, OMEG 3, and the 8 forms of vitamin E - and the most delicious tasting liquid Life Force on the planet earth. This is not a paid ad or endorsement. Story-view: This episode was recorded in March 2021. This is an edited version of over a 1.2 hour zoom interview. There are a few glitches, but ignore t…
 
Not many of us like to talk about our failings. Rejections don’t go on your résumé, but they are part of every successful person’s career. All of us will apply for jobs that we don’t get and have ambitions that aren’t fulfilled, because that is part of being a working person, part of pushing oneself to the next step professionally. Zestful Aging sp…
 
Growing up on a dairy farm in Minnesota, Lea Stendahl wasn’t quite sure what she wanted to do in life. Having gained some digital knowledge during an internship in high school, Lea found her way in the early days of digitizing services and products when she volunteered to help bring the bank where she was working online. This experience, coupled wi…
 
Learning early on in life that you can do anything until someone tells you you can’t, Felice Gray-Kemp’s experience as a young, inquisitive, intelligent African American girl taught her how to navigate spaces fraught with peril. Raised by strong women, Felice learned early on the importance of being true to herself and recognizing her own strength.…
 
Jean Ketcham is the founder of “Aging But Dangerous”, a movement focused on healthy aging and living dangerously through fun, spirit, and style. After retiring, Jean discovered that 55+ women were not living up to their true potential. Their social circles were shrinking and their lifestyles were becoming less stimulating and less adventurous. Jean…
 
Ellen Goodman, Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist, discusses wide-ranging topics from her perch covering women in the workplace and at home since 1970. You’ll hear: What we can learn from the suffragettes When the right time is to have a baby Why you need to have end of life conversations with your parents now The Conversation Project Starter Kit: h…
 
Working as an executive coach Bonnie Marcus began researching gendered ageism after one of her clients experienced changes in her workplace that set her career at a disadvantage. Motivated by her research and discovery of consistent practices of gendered ageism in the workplace Bonnie focused on building awareness around the issue by helping give w…
 
Susan Ryan is the Senior Director of The Green House Project which addresses quality long-term care environments that are pleasant, accessible and affordable to all. They’ve enjoyed some notoriety lately, as their setups are smaller and more intimate, therefore avoiding the COVID contagion that has impacted so many nursing homes. The emphasis is on…
 
As a young girl, Gabrielle Bosché grew up hearing her father express his regret of not having a son and that shaped her perspective of who she needed to be. Equating masculinity with success, Gabrielle found herself overcompensating in every endeavor, forming an addiction to achievement that left her confused and in debt. Exposure to motivational s…
 
Scott Schober is the author of three best-selling security books including “Senior Cyber”. In the book, Scott and Craig Schober pick apart a multitude of cybersecurity scams that relate directly to the financial, socioeconomic, and health & well-being of all seniors by offering simple advice for all levels of cybersecurity experience for grandparen…
 
Inspired by space travel, Dr. Ginny Whitelaw knew she wanted to be an astronaut by the time she was in middle school. At the age of 13 she wrote a letter to NASA asking how to best prepare to reach her goal of space travel. Receiving a genuine reply, she followed every step, eventually majoring in biophysics all the while taking martial arts classe…
 
Meredith Patterson is a pioneer in the field of health care, aging and the ethics of elder care. Meredith developed a unique home care model in which the client and the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) would experience a greater sense of respect, the client was ensured the highest caliber of care, and the aide would be compensated at a significant…
 
Dr. Wendy Coren was determined from a young age to do things herself. With a strong conviction of rejecting limiting beliefs and her passion for helping others, Wendy has spent many years focused on finding balance in her life and continues to do the same for others. An equestrian amateur all her life, Dr Coren combined her love of horses with fitn…
 
My special guest is MARK ANTHONY the PSYCHIC LAWYER® (also known as THE PSYCHIC EXPLORER) is the author of the best-sellers EVIDENCE OF ETERNITY and NEVER LETTING GO. Today it's a live reading with my friend Kelly and me, and collective consciousness from the other side bombarded Mark with messages for both Kelly and me in a very real and it's back…
 
Dr. Bonnie Kaplan and Dr. Julia Rucklidge are the authors of the brand new book “The Better Brain”-- the first book to discuss how and why nutrients can be used to treat mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, and PTSD. We talk about the challenges in changing the paradigm from a medication-first approach to dealing with mental illn…
 
Shellye Archambeau, author of Unapologetically Ambitious, discusses what she’s learned during a trailblazing career. You’ll hear: The importance of being vulnerable about your aspirations How to handle being the “only” in a meeting or on your team Why you should make good childcare your #1 budget priority Book: Unapologetically Ambitious: Take Risk…
 
Inspired by the example of her grandmother and the stories she heard about aging and limitations, Stephanie O'Dell embarked on the journey of shifting focus from her 10 year career styling women to representing them. Recognizing the lack of opportunity and representation for women over 50, Stephanie began a blog called Celebrate The Gray. She reali…
 
Steve Leder, Rabbi & Author of The Beauty In What Remains , How our greatest fear becomes our greatest gift. Penguin Random House 2021 Available on Audible, read by the author. Rabbi Leder is a regular contributor and guest on The Today Show, writes regularly for TIME, Foxnews.com, Maria Shriver’s Sunday Paper, contributed a chapter to Charles Bark…
 
Gilly Smith is an award-winning food writer and podcaster who’s been writing and making radio, television and podcasts since the early ’90s. Her books are mainly about the influence on culture of food in its various forms, including how to eat to save the planet. Her book, “Taste and the TV Chef” won the 2020 Gourmand Award for best UK food writing…
 
While most kids were preoccupied with toys or sports at the age of eleven Julie Stern carried around a briefcase everyday. From an early age, she meant business and was keenly aware that being an executive in the entertainment business was her passion. Julie spent much of her free time as a kid volunteering at her father’s motion picture rental com…
 
Since the pandemic, alcohol use is up significantly. One expert observed that even during the lockdown in the US, liquor stores remain open. Why? The emergency rooms were too busy with COVID to deal with people with alcohol withdrawal. Molly Watts is the host and founder of “Breaking the Bottle Legacy Podcast” which is dedicated to helping habit dr…
 
Experiencing life serving as a member of the Armed Forces, working with non-profits, becoming a master seamstress, studying phlebotomy, earning multiple degrees, running marathons, and teaching in the public school system, Nikki ultimately found the fulfillment of her purpose in the creation of her own non-profit organization, Buy From A Black Woma…
 
Dr. Elise Bialylew is the founder of Mindful in May, the world’s largest online global mindfulness campaign that teaches thousands of people each year to meditate while raising funds to build clean water projects in the developing world. A doctor trained in psychiatry turned mindfulness teacher and social entrepreneur, she’s passionate about suppor…
 
Pattie Grimm has always been a badass. Encouraged by her father, since early childhood Pattie learned about courage, conviction, sports, cars and always doing your best. Achieving great success early in her career Pattie quickly climbed the corporate ladder but took a downturn and ended up hitting rock bottom. Acknowledging the need for self care, …
 
Dr. Carolyn Coker Ross is a physician who specializes in treating eating disorders, addictions and trauma. She is particularly interested in Intergenerational Trauma, where the effects of trauma are passed from one generation to another, in looking at her own family tree which was riddled with generations of trauma, obesity and mental illness. She …
 
Born in Paris to German and British parents, Charlotte Japp immigrated to the United States when her father was offered an amazing job in New York. A tight knit family, Charlotte and her siblings were constantly included in their parents’ social life, spending time with a network of artistic and colorful friends that largely influenced Charlotte’s …
 
Colleen Kochannek helps women from the typewriter generation become successful and confident laptop entrepreneurs, helping them leverage their decades of life experience and learning to create a meaningful, revenue-generating business. Find out more at ScrappyFrontier.com.Check out https://copenotes.com/zestful for an innovative app that supports m…
 
Hoping to find your dream job? Carson Tate, author of Own It. Love It. Make It Work: How to Make Any Job Your Dream Job, discusses how to turn your current job into you dream job. You’ll hear: How doing work that draws on your strengths can turn your current job into your dream job How to ask your boss to do work that draws on your strengths How to…
 
As a licensed psychotherapist, Lucia DiVieste Severtson was crippled by fear and was able to diagnose herself with OCD. Lucia sought out treatment to help her overcome her struggle. Through exposure therapy, she began the journey of learning how to walk with and through fear. Surrendering to treatment, she experienced a healing process that she wan…
 
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