Mutton Club editor Rachel Lankester took part in the Women Who Spark Summit organized by the very magnificent Aleta Norris. We asked other participants for their best advice to help age well. Here’s what they shared.
1. Aleta Norris
Aleta Norris is the author of “Women Who Spark After 50, Inspiration to Reinvent and Reignite Your Life for the Second Half.”
Tania Dalton is 52, a healthy ageing coach and personal trainer with a special interest in helping women thrive in menopause. Although fit and healthy, Tania was unprepared for the menopause transition. After developing a simple but effective way of managing her menopause symptoms and becoming her healthiest and happiest self, Tania is now passionate about sharing her knowledge with other women, so that they too can embrace this stage of life.
Got remodel projects cluttering your mind? As a serial renovator, architect, entrepreneur, and behind-the-scenes design consultant to various HGTV shows, Mona Ying Reeves is the one you want to talk house with. After years of being a design leader in male-dominated industries, she founded Kickstart House — a coaching and support community to help everyday homeowners start and become empowered in their home renovation journeys.
Sue Revell is on a mission to STOP women playing small. With over 30 years coaching & leadership experience, she loves nothing more than disrupting the unhelpful thinking that holds women back from making the world a better place. Sue helps world-changing women to get out of resistance and into flow so that they can think, dream and BE bigger in leading change. Coaching internationally, Sue’s clients include business & political leaders, entrepreneurs & intrapreneurs, clinical leaders, athletes and performers. She is a guest lecturer in personal leadership, a regular media contributor and an experienced Non-Executive Director.
Wendy Rimmelspacher is a Public Speaker who’s passionate about encouraging women to move beyond their fears and evolve into who they dream to become. The feeling of fear is real, but the power behind the fear often is not. Wendy believes we can all learn to move beyond the feeling of fear and self-doubt and achieve our goals. She centers her work around helping women learn to embrace their energy, take bold steps towards achieving their goals and live the life they dream of for themselves.
Prissy Elrod is an inspirational speaker and the published author of two books: Far Outside the Ordinary and Chasing Ordinary, the sequel. She shares her journey of love, loss and second chances and how sometimes unanswered prayers are answered—only in a different way. She is a contributing editor to Flamingo (awarded 2020’s Best Magazine of the Year) where her column, “Panhandling” is found inside every issue.
Karen Laos is a keynote speaker and leadership coach specializing in communication. She equips women in business to speak with clarity and stand out with unshakable confidence. Her mission is to eradicate self-doubt so women can be free to step into the best version of themselves. Some of Karen’s clients include Facebook, Google, Netflix, Sephora, and NASA. After 20+ years in training and development, she left her corporate job last July to pursue her entrepreneurial dream – and hasn’t looked back.
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