Profit After 50 Podcast Archives
Elizabeth Isele is on a mission to change the way people think about older entrepreneurs. Not only has she dedicated her life to helping people over 50 to build businesses around their passions, but, she is also a passionate public policy advocate for issues that impact older entrepreneurs. In fact, she recently appeared at a Senate hearing in the U.S. to argue for increased support for seniors who want to start a business.
Virginia Bell reaches for the stars every day of her life. As a practitioner of Evolutionary Astrology, she helps people to understand themselves better so that they can make positive changes in their lives. As a business owner, Virginia combines her passion for astrology with her genuine desire to add value to her customers. She is a wonderful women, full or warmth, compassion and empathy.
If you’re preparing for your “third act,” Moira McGarvey has your back. Her business, GangsAway, is a community for people who are planning the next stage of their lives. In addition to being a fascinating business concept, GangsAway is a great example of how opportunities appear when we break down stereotypes and shatter myths.
Lisa Copeland hates the fact that women after 50 suffer with dating and she’s on a mission to do something about it. As with many older entrepreneurs, Lisa’s idea for her business, Find A Quality Man, came from her own experience. After a devastating 2010, Lisa found herself questioning many aspects of her life. Her own personal journey to reinvention led her to an internet marketing coach, who gave her the confidence to get started on her own.
Martin Pazzani is surfing a tidal wave. He sees a surge of Americans reaching retirement age and he wants to help them keep their bodies and brains in great shape. His business, Activate Brain and Body is a powerful example of how to create a mission based business that has the potential to make money, while doing good in the world.
John Tarnoff is a passionate guy. As a media and entertainment executive, he cared deeply about helping companies to generate cultural change. Now, as a career development consultant, he is passionate about helping older entrepreneurs to make their dreams a reality. He also has an infectious personality. During our interview, I found myself getting swept up in his vision for the Boomer generation. He genuinely sees us as force to be reckoned with. I couldn’t agree more.