My guest today is Judi Bonilla. Judi develops and teaches innovative programs for aging adults. This rapidly growing demographic is expected to grow from 43 million in 2012 to nearly 84 million over the next four decades. In 2012 there were 43.1 million Americans age 65 and over, by 2020 that number will increase to 55 million. In 2040 the age 85+ population is projected to reach 14.1 million.
Judi’s community based programs include Brain Fit Now, Come Back Cupid, Empowered In Aging, Latino Elders, and We Get Around! educate, empower, and inspire life long learners to thrive as they age. Through these classes elders connect with resources and build community as they pursue their goal to age in place.
Arlene Kaplan has a Masters in Human Resources/Organization Development from the University of San Francisco and a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance Performance from Ohio State University. She is a Senior Birkman Consultant and has a Senior Human Resources Professional (SPHR) designation.
Her 20+ years as a Human Resources professional with a specialty in Employee Relations provides her with diverse experience solving people problems such as: resolving conflict, improving communication, building teams, career development and executive coaching. For the past 10 years she has used the Birkman Method, an online personality assessment, to help her clients understand and appreciate themselves to find career solutions and resolve conflict. She has also used the Birkman Method to help a hiring managers understand potential candidates to see if they are the right fit.
My guest today is Barbara Eldridge, owner of Mind Masters.
What would you give to have a trusted advisor who was also a small business expert? Someone who understood your concerns, had talked to hundreds of entrepreneurs and was right on top of today’s most progressive thinking. Someone who could connect you to other small business owners, hook you up with resources and give you the direction you need to avoid the pitfalls of business ownership. Look no further. Barbara Eldridge is that person.
For more than twenty-five years Barbara Eldridge has been contributing to other people’s business success. Her many years experience in the corporate world provided her with knowledge, insight and presence to help thousands of entrepreneurial men and women nurture their business ventures into thriving successes.
My guest today is Logan Wilkes, President of Corporate Alliance, a shared workspace in the UTC area. Corporate Alliance is holding b the Women in Business Summit on July 31st at the Hilton Carlsbad Oceanfront Resort & Spa.
This one day event is specifically designed to inspire, connect and motivate working women in the San Diego area.
Why would you want to blog? In this episode you’ll discover the 5 keys to a successful blog.
Let’s start by examining the different marketing strategies we can employ to get the word out about our businesses through blogging. We have the traditional and the new media marketing strategies. What are they and why do they work?
I’ll examine target personas and how to create posts that highlight a mix of content including how to write great posts. I’ll highlight some of the components of content and how is it structured.
What about sustaining your blog and spreading the word? We’ll explore that too. I’ll share what an editorial calendar is and why you would want to use one. We’ll identify different types of posts and how some of those will give you and your content more visibility.
Leverage your content in 4 different ways and discover what metrics to look for and what they tell you.
In this episode you’ll meet Kelley Grimes (In Truth and Beauty), Jessica Leibovich, (Eat, Breathe, Move, Heal) and Jennifer Robinson (Peaceful Living Wellness). These three ladies have come together to produce the event, Girlfriend’s Night Out: Celebrating Women Who Support, Encourage, and Inspire Us.
We’ll discover what this event is about, why the decided to collaborate on this event, and what there goal is for the event. Kelley Grimes is a counselor and Artist, offering “Nurture with Intention.” Jessica Leibovich is an award-winning Chef and is catering the event. Jennifer Robinson, M.A., R.Y.T., a master energy healer, presents the “Art of Mindfulness.”
Leslie is the Founder & CEO of Geek Girl, everyone’s favorite resource for empowering women in tech, supporting startups and making technology easy to understand and use for everyone from 8-88. Since 2006, Geek Girl has accomplished this through its highly touted, localized Geek Girl Tech Conferences around the country, workshops, seminars, consulting, Help Desks, Geek Girl for Hire, Geek Girl TV and monthly meetups. In 2014, Geek Girl has expanded to 3 cities for TechCon; Boston, San Diego and Las Vegas.
Leslie’s vision for education, evangelism, entrepreneurialism, and empowering women is apparent when you meet her. Leslie prides herself on being “the resource”, and will share everything she knows about bring an entrepreneur, startups, growing your business and tech trends with anyone who asks. She is overly, nay, abundantly passionate about Geek Girl and spends every minute of the day trying to come up with new ideas for the female-powered organization to serve everyone.
Karleen has worn a lot of “hats” in her career, having honed her expertise over many years in the human resources field as a Certified Compensation Professional, generalist, recruiter, and trainer. In Karleen’s recruiting roles, she’s seen literally thousands of resumes cross her desk. Karleen knows how recruiters think, and can create a resume that grabs their attention, keeps it, and gets you the interview.
This is how resume writing became and has remained a passion for Karleen. For over ten years, she has been providing complimentary resume writing services within her network. She was encouraged to start her own resume writing practice after her resumes secured interviews, and ultimately jobs, for colleagues and friends who had struggled in the job market.
Today my guest is Patricia Rundblade, The Personal Advancement Group. Patricia is a results-oriented development coach who focuses on providing practical results and continuous progress. She has developed and acquired many tools, tips, and strategies over her personal and professional experiences.
Patricia has always held herself to a higher standard, and has pushed herself in the areas of education and personal growth. Patricia’s first book is underway, as well as her training program for an upcoming half marathon.
Patricia makes it a point to give back to the world around her by serving the foster youth programs in her local city, as well as other organizations supporting our military and veterans’ populations.
Mindi Davis is the oldest of four kids born to the fun loving First Family of hard working rednecks. As a baby, she came home from the hospital in a garbage truck. No joke! She wasn’t allowed to join Girl Scouts after she told the leader how to start a fire with gasoline. Her father greeted her boyfriends with hunting rifles, until she met an officer and a gentleman named Tom.
At their wedding, a groomsman swatted her on the behind with a sword and announced, “Welcome to the Navy Mrs. Davis.” While stationed in Japan, Mindi gave birth to their Autistic son, Tristan, 10 weeks premature. Two years later, their ultra-artsy daughter, Abbi, showed up 8 weeks early. They are still impatient.
Mindi is a published author, speaker, former feature writer for the Tampa Tribune, and blogs on her website Maternalmanager.com. She shares her experience to teach mothers it’s not about where they are from or where they are at- its where they want to go. She provides them with strategies to become the mother they want to be.