“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.”
– Brene´ Brown
Midlife is not a crisis. It’s a powerful time of awakening and healing so you can live your truth and create a life that you love.
However, finding the courage and confidence to step into your brilliance and take back your power isn’t easy and is scary. It requires listening to your heart, stepping outside your comfort zone and doing what scares you.
Today’s show is going to inspire you and help you boost your courage and confidence. You’ll meet two amazing women who are speaking up and changing the status quo. They will be sharing incredible stories of triumph.
- How you can stand up for what you believe even if you’re terrified to do so.
- What it’s like being a woman in a male dominated environment
- How to heal from sexual abuse
- The keys to midlife reinvention
- Why vulnerability is an essential trait for leaders
- How to let go of pain and amplify positivity
It’s going to be a powerful show!
More About My Guests
Best known for her “Ready, Fire, Aim” personality, Laurie Reider-Jabbar was part of one of the earliest female graduating classes of the United States Military at West Point. After serving her country for 6 years in multiple locations in Germany, she decided to try her hand at something completely new and out of her comfort by entering the world of entrepreneurship centering around lifting others up. After starting and selling multiple companies, coupled with an epic startup fail, Laurie decided to focus on being a mom and volunteer within her community. Leveraging “the year of being home” in 2020, Laurie decided to launch a podcast. With its first Episodes airing in January of 2021, “She’s a 10 Times 5,” strives to provide a voice and relatable topics, as well as inspire those women who want to live some of their best years after 40.
Anjanette DeCarlo, Ph.D
Dr. Anjanette DeCarlo is currently Chief Sustainability Scientist at the Aromatic Plant Research Center, where she conducts field research and ecological supply chain analysis on aromatic species. She also directs the Save Frankincense initiative. Dr. DeCarlo received her doctorate in Natural Resources and Environment from the University of Vermont and has worked on post-conflict evaluations of natural assets and environmental projects all around the world, some of which include Somaliland, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Peru, Cuba, Mexico, Dominican Republic, and China. Previously, Dr. DeCarlo was the Program Director of the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics. She also worked for the Natural Resources Defense Council and UN UNSO Office in New York City. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors of Somaliland Biodiversity Foundation and National Parks Conservation Association. Recently, Dr. DeCarlo’s work on frankincense was highlighted on CNN Inside Africa, the New York Times, and National Geographic.