“I had a wonderful time interviewing Donna and Dr June.”
We covered so many topics that will help you Rock Your Midlife including:
❤️Techniques to stay positive and deal with difficult emotions.
❤️How to create an amazing next chapter
❤️The truth about people 50+ in the world of work
It’s going to be a powerful, positive life transforming show.
More About My Guests
Dr. June Hall, affectionately known as Dr. June has been an educator and facilitator for over 20 years and is a syndicated advice columnist for the Tribune Content Service. When faced with trials that negatively impacted her life, her faith in God taught her to APT (Accentuate Positive Thinking). As a speaker and media personality, she spreads this message of positivity. Her lesson of refilling your glass to move forward in your business and personal life has resonated compellingly with small business owners, corporations, and individuals who just need a recharge to get them back on a positive track. In addition to being a speaker, Dr. June is the host of Cooking up Advice, where they cook up a dish and dish out advice. She has been the keynote speaker with AT&T, Mental Health Association, CARE Foundation, Girl Scouts of American, colleges, churches, and more. She has also received the EPIC Award (Exceptional People Impacting the Community) and has been the expert panelist on Daytime TV, Black News Channel, Bloom TV, and other talk shows. Dr. June maintains, “As long as you still have life, each day offers you an opportunity to do something towards your goal. It’s Time to APT; It’s Time to take ACTION.”
Donna Korren is a speaker, writer, and facilitator on topics relevant to the 50+ audience. Through her live cohort workshops, she helps people in this demographic to envision and activate their goals for the second half of their lives. In 2019, Donna gave a Tedx talk in Manhattan “The Newest Workforce Disruptors are Over 50!” where she highlighted the opportunities availed to this growing segment of the population. She implored younger generations and the media to recognize the enormous influence and spending power of this sector. Donna spent over 25 years in publishing and advertising sales at Vogue, Time Inc.’s Parenting Group and Elements, a regional, lifestyle magazine she co-founded for the Gold Coast of Long Island. She created Empty Quester™, a platform for empty nesters on a quest for their bold next chapter. It includes a blog and video series. She is often a guest on other podcasts on the topic of reinvention. Donna joined the payments industry in her 40s as a second career, and launched Change, a women owned payment processing company just before the pandemic. She is a graduate of Cornell University, married with two children and lives in Manhattan.