OMG, what did I do today?
Pssst, ladies, don't tell anybody -- just kidding, please tell EVERYBODY - but I'm doing something really fun and exciting today:
I am launching my new YouTube show called "It's Never Too Late" into the world.
On International Women's Day.
May this new venture be blessed, heard, seen, and become widely known for the stories of women reinventing themselves and showcasing their strength, their resilience, their wisdom, their teachings, and their best lessons learned.
All the women that are going to be featured on my new channel "It's Never Too Late" are between 40 and 60 years old - a magical age when we are powerful enough to make things happen, and still driven enough to see things through.
When the shifts in our bodies make us care less about what other people think of us and care more about our own values, dreams, and desires, and the legacy we want to build.
It's an age when we bring decades of life and professional experience to the table and can empower ourselves, as well as countless other women and their families to create a future that is actually worth living for.
If this speaks to you, come check out the first two introductory videos by yours truly and be the first to watch the new video releases with female mavericks that'll drop in the days and weeks to come.
Please subscribe and let us grow a community of like-minded 40+ women, who are modern out-of-the-box thinkers and rule breakers ....because ladies, sure, we may be tired and exhausted from the pandemic, frustrated with current events, and worried about the future. I certainly have had my fair share of sleepless nights and still have.
But in our heart of hearts, we know that we are bold, brave, and beautiful. We create, revise, implement and then start anew. We are inspiring and strong. We feel deeply and love fully—and we have important business to do in this world. Now maybe more than ever.
Let's create together -- let me know which topics you'd like me to cover in my new show and don't hesitate to nominate a woman (or maybe even yourself) who has done something unique, extraordinary, or unexpected at an age others say "oh, I can't do this any longer".
And a huge thank you to the women who paved the way for us and on whose shoulders we stand.
With love and respect for us women,
In this community we value out-of-the-box thinkers and learn from the female mavericks who designed their lives intentionally -- either by choice, or necessity. Success leaves clues and radically shifts perspectives, as you'll see in our free video series: