May 31, 2021
John Orian has a pretty impressive CV but, now that he's "retired" (he calls it "rejuvenation"), he's exploring our true purpose for being on Earth. John has very interesting ideas that will certainly get you pondering many "Why"s.
His brand is Play At Creation - savour life experiences... and share that message with everybody else.
Once you're retired, John invites (challenges?) you to Dream, Design and Create a venture that will make a profound difference in how much you savour life.
Enjoy this very first episode of Manly Monday!!!
John mentions Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GO5FwsblpT8
Find John at Play At Creation: https://playatcreation.com/
and at LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnorian/
May 19, 2021
Janae Bower is an inspirational speaker and life purpose coach, and the founder of Inspired You School. Janae describes three 'worlds' we all inhabit: home, work, and above and beyond.
The author of 'The Little Girl Who Found IT" discusses finding IT, her Inspired Living Blueprint and Challenge, and how the challenge can lead to Inspired U School.
Janae brings a pretty impressive pedigree to her business along with a devotion to family and her own "above and beyond".
Find out more about Janae at http://findingit.com/
Learn about the Challenge and download her Blueprint at https://inspireduschool.com/
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Stay tuned to the very end to learn about the upcoming Manly Monday!
May 12, 2021
When you interview a good friend there are bound to be a few laughs and that’s about how this episode starts.
Living in Canada, with close family in both Canada and England, Penny – like so many listeners - has been greatly affected by the ongoing Covid pandemic.
Her practical nature has allowed her to roll with what she can’t do and appreciate what she can do.
Penny describes care arrangements that are in place for her aging mother and how life is unfolding for her two daughters, one nearby and one across the sea. She is such a good example of accepting “the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.”
If you are in the same situation you’ll appreciate Penny’s anecdotes and juggling in trying to stay up-to-speed with the generations as well as her concerns with what should she do, what could she do.
Like so many of you, she talks to the dog and the cat a bit more, bakes when she needs to use up energy and tends her garden.
One tool Penny describes looking into is ViewClix - https://www.viewclix.com/ It looks like a great idea even if Penny decided not to go with it given her specific circumstance.
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May 5, 2021
A scenario you might never have imagined goes like this: your grandson comes to you and wants to talk. You can tell it's important so you curl up on the couch with him and he says "Gramma, I have this boy-body but I know I should be a girl."
Most of us would not know how to react, and would probably say the wrong thing.
Learn how to handle what might be the most important conversation of your life in this episode with Michelle, mother of a trans daughter, who knew more about the situation than most of us and helped her withdrawing child become the radiant, vibrant daughter she is today.
Whether the actual conversation includes you, or you just aren't sure what's going on as more and more people speak out about their gender identity, Michelle breaks it down and helps us understand how to be and what to say when transitioning touches our life.
Michelle and her family live in California so do the necessary research for help and support where you live.
One link that Michelle shares is: https://genderspectrum.org/
If you have questions that Michelle could answer send them to Agnes at firstname.lastname@example.org
Share your thoughts about this episode at https://twoboomerwomen.com/join-the-conversation/
April 28, 2021
Kathleen Kinasewich has always been lured by mandalas and in 2009 registered for formal training as a facilitator.
In this episode, she talks about the history of mandalas, how they appear in so many different cultures around the globe, and why so many of us resonate with mandalas.
The chat got so interesting, Agnes dropped her notes and let the conversation go where it would.
While CoVid has waylaid Kathleen's live workshops, she can be found online with virtual workshops.
Find out more at https://www.soulcirclemandalas.com/ or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/1111SoulCirlcleMandalas
Share your thoughts at https://twoboomerwomen.com/join-the-conversation/
April 21, 2021
Welcome to TBW! Today is going to be a really short episode. The technology gods really were not kind to Agnes today when her intended guest and she met on Zoom and after almost an hour of trying to outsmart them, they gave up, washed out their coffee cups and went for a walk in the sunshine.
Three requests in this episode:
- any questions for Penny or Agnes about dealing with family distance during covid?
- what do you think about a man Friday episode once a month?
- would a super simple course on creating a website be of interest?
Contact Agnes @ agnes@TwoBoomerWomen.com.
See you next week!!