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Mature Preneurs Talk Podcasts connects near or over 50’s, 60's, 70's guests, who’ve created a new enterprise with an audience who are keen to do the same. The guests are a dynamic group of inspirational people with extremely diverse ventures. During the 22 minute interview, host Diana Todd-Banks shines the spotlight on this cavalcade of entrepreneurs who chat how they changed their life by starting a new venture, much needed community group or business; they also discuss how they did it, the ...
 
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Annica Lindberg Sense of Yoga Annica started a blog in Swedish about her yoga journey. She wrote whenever she felt so alone in her practice and wrote almost every day for 10 years. Through her blog, she got connected to other people, gained friends despite practicing yoga at home (her teacher was online and her friends were not with her. She shared…
 
This podcast with Elise Marie Collins, author of the best-selling book, Super Ager, is admittedly a conversation like going through uncharted waters for our host, Alexandra. But having so much to share as both yoga health coaches and many deep values as Ayurvedic practitioners just made this talk flawlessly eye-opening and inspiring. Especially whi…
 
This episode’s guest is a leading cybersecurity executive who knows what it's like to be the only female executive in the room. Meet Jothi Dugar. Cyber exec for NIH in the US for over 25 years. She is a catalyst for change, inspiring transformational leadership as a holistic wellness specialist and coach, author of three books, an international pub…
 
This episode takes us to Gianna's extraordinary journey into becoming a writer and writing her book. Gianna Shamone had always been in the creative industry as an artist manager for musicians. Her interest in understanding poetry and lyrics was her foundation for building effective collaboration with artists she works with. But she didn’t know that…
 
This episode’s guest will take us to the depths of her soul and her fond memories of deep diving. Sara Campbell is like the ‘grandmother’ of free deep-diving by holding three world records on free deep diving for several years. Like the program she founded and manage, Discover Your Depths, this conversation is out to bring us to discover Sara’s and…
 
Losing someone you love is one of life’s truths. But can we prepare ourselves for that moment? In this podcast, Alexandra and guest Barbara Western will take us on a journey that’s universal but different for everyone: grieving. These two ladies, who met in the practice of yoga and Ayurveda, bravely confronts a conversation about death and its inev…
 
This podcast is a brave but inspiring conversation between two people who started with a common question, wandered and explored the vast world of faith and understanding faith, and now merging to a common understanding of what it means to believe. Janeen is a graphic designer from New York who has over 30 years of experience in the industry and own…
 
This episode’s guest is a healer and geneticist, now living and thriving in Ireland, who took her love of science and learning to the holistic art of healing and helping people in their journey to wellness. Meet Julie Williams. Growing up a very sensitive child, Julie realized she had shut down all those intuitive and empathic abilities early in he…
 
In today’s episode, Alexandra and her guest, Jon Thorisson, take us on a critical conversation on two topics that many people evade or find uncomfortable: death and recreational drugs. Jon, who tried ayahuasca out of curiosity to later find out that he will have to confront the possibility of dying at an unexpected time, is giving this often percei…
 
Eavesdrop on this conversation with Richard Fuhrmann about his inner journey and sharing this journey through storytelling. With so many wonderful opportunities to share and listen to people’s experiences of healing, awakening, and self-discovery, we ask: why through storytelling? In this podcast, Alex brings on this question (and more!). Alex navi…
 
In this podcast, we’ll travel the wonders of the holistic Ayurvedic approach to health, especially it’s wisdom in cleansing our body and mind of toxins from the busy world that Earth has become. And taking us into this journey is Leslie Lovlin, a clinical Ayurvedic practitioner and Panchakarma specialist from Alberta, Canada, who herself got into a…
 
Today's guest will take us on a wonderfully written story of her healing journey. Veronica Layunta Maurel, an Ayurvedic health consultant, yoga teacher, storyteller, and writer. Interestingly, she is a postgraduate researcher working on creative writing and medical science wanting to prove that fictional writing is a valid way of researching. And a…
 
Today's podcast is a daring conversation about a hot topic. But hopefully, casts a light of hope for everyone. With Gary O' Toole, an astrologer based in Galway Ireland, we will talk about traveling with the stars. Gary takes us to an enlightening ride to understanding astrological perspectives and how they view what’s happening around us right now…
 
This episode's guest is a fountain of knowledge and wisdom—a strong and motivated healer and coach, Cate Stillman. Cate has inspired a lot of the paths that Alex took throughout her journey. She founded Yogahealers, a community of people wanting to live their unique greater purpose, in 2001 where she met Alex later in 2015. This episode gives a nos…
 
This week’s podcast brings us another enlightening conversation about trauma and healing. Thanks to our guest, Adair Finucane, who allowed us to hear her most vulnerable and most decisive. Diagnosed with Celiac disease at three years old, Adair’s journey was about discovering her trauma through her trauma research and nontraditional social work. Sh…
 
This episode of Outer Travel, Inner Journey, is a love story-- of a dedicated and soulful musician's love affair with his instruments. Meet Antonio Alemanno. He is a multi-instrumentalist and composer who has traveled here and there discovering the language that speaks his soul-- MUSIC. His journey started exploring the distinctive, bright, and pow…
 
In this podcast, we have again Cecilia Muller Stahl, actress and manifestation coach from Berlin. She's the queen of the art of getting to the core of who we are, called deep manifestation from the soul. Cecilia came into manifestation as a part of her healing journey and bodywork, which she explains not just about the body touch but also about tou…
 
We could all agree that change, for us to be successful, has to happen not just in one area but also in our minds, bodies, and spirits. And that these three must work in synchrony, in alignment with each other. Fortunately, this is what we’re learning from today’s guest. Meet Ilyse Soutine. A subconscious transformation coach, creator of her method…
 
Today's episode with Cecilia Mueller Stahl is truly an eye-opener. Cecilia, an artist who is also in the coaching space, breaks myths and takes us to the frequently misunderstood yet critical topic of pleasure and desire. Her journey to the craft that she shares with people now-- soul manifestation, which manifests the things from deep down one's s…
 
Like many of us, Natasha didn't expect what would be her life-long passion at first. She didn't know she would be into singing, much more into Indian classical music and singing, until she felt it coming to her in her body. In this podcast, I am very proud to share a conversation with an esteemed music teacher and a friend, Natasha Nandini, about h…
 
Our guest for this podcast is a guy with a very curious mind and heart. Meet Joachim Saflund, or Joe to his friends. This curiosity has caused him a lot of things-- mostly trouble, then and now, and he hopes it continues to do so. But this same curiosity and trouble is what also brought him happiness. But the way he lived his life has been an inspi…
 
In this podcast, a yoga and Ayurveda lifestyle junkie who intelligently incorporates her practice to her unrelated business shares her extraordinary journey to discovering her practice and lifestyle. Meet Jutta Patis. She discovered her identity while traveling and exploring the world-- on her own! At 13, her parents, who were so protective, but al…
 
Helping create a world equal where we view everyone as equal is Jessica Sander’s central theme in life right now. Through her work, this fantastic young social worker and author of "Love Your Body" hopes to encourage people to be their best selves and to create safe spaces where everyone can feel valued, heard, and included. In this podcast, we wil…
 
Have you also had that moment where you feel quite accomplished yet something still feels not quite right? In this episode, Diana Pieper, the woman behind Yoga Cafe - Mindful Life, will share how she journeyed that unthreaded road to success and living her dream. Diana drew her inspiration from moments of exhaustion in her former job. For years, sh…
 
Welcome to Outer Travel, Inner Journey Podcast. In this episode, we speak with former photographer and doTERRA essential oils presidential diamond leader Aisha Harley--who shares her inspiring healing journey from Lyme disease. Aisha, currently living happily with her husband Larry and her band of parrots, chickens, ducklings, and dogs in Portland,…
 
In this podcast, meet Shira and Ulli-- my dear family that has come to live together in a patchwork format. And we will talk about and share how our experiences of moving (together and apart) helped us build a more open outlook in our lives. With so much clarity for a very young mind, Shira leads us to share how we are dancing between control and d…
 
Yoga is a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practiced for health and relaxation. Welcome to Outer Travel, Inner Journey Podcast. In this episode we are very fortunate to speak with Annika Lindberg, author of the book ‘An Onnin…
 
Welcome to Outer Travel, Inner Journey Podcast. In this episode, we speak with author Priya Basil. She recently wrote a book called Be My Guest ⁠— a thought-provoking meditation on food, family, identity, immigration, and, most of all, hospitality. We touched on what inspired her to write the book, specifically her family who she describes as “fant…
 
In today's show I am talking to Ivory about how she chose to live in an ashram for a while to deepen her self experience and make a true change for herself. We pondered on whether we need a container or a group for that and how we can be safe even in groups that sound extreme (cult-like) to us. Links mentioned in the podcast: Ivory’s Website Schedu…
 
In this podcast, I sit down with Kerstin Walsh to discuss the transformations we go through with (foreign) rituals like marriage and how they influence our growth. Kerstin married her Indian boyfriend in his home country, through traditional Indian ceremonies. Kerstin is a freelance artist, which allows her to express herself through teaching and c…
 
In today's show, I set down with Sonja Radvila, author of the book 'Young Yogi and the Mindmonsters'. An ontake on Patanjalis Sutras as a children's story. Get to know how Sonja created the book. How she struggled with publishing and writing as an inner and outer journey. And get in a chance to own your own copy by entering our raffle. Links mentio…
 
In this podcast, I am sitting down with Filipa Ekeroth who has walked and lived the difficult path of growing up as a ‘stranger’ in another country after losing her dad at the age of thirteen. Listen to how this marriage of different cultures and the early traumatic experience lead her into finding herself through inner and outer travel and self ex…
 
Not Carol, instead she became a victor with a determination to succeed. In her early sixties, Carol had the opportunity to recoup serious financial losses. Life gave her a second chance. Carol wrote her memoir, Battered Hope, as a message of hope and never ever giving up. This pole-vaulted her career, despite the tough life experiences of being gan…
 
On today's show I am meeting with Daria Martens. Daria has lived a life of emigrating in 4 different countries to follow her calling (as a Buddhist, mum, and wife). She became a student of astrology and is more and more sure about how the two practices that are forming her life are helping her to find a home in herself. Links mentioned in the podca…
 
Both host Diana Todd-Banks and guest Judythe cover some fascinating provocative topics about the current world climate and the Invisible Woman. Invisible women can best be described as those women who have always been really self-sufficient, the person that nobody needs to worry about, so they don’t. But now you’ve turned 60 and have watched everyo…
 
Sara noticed many of her 50- and 60-something year old contemporaries were spending a large amount of time and money ensuring that their 80- and 90-something year old parents were cared for and having a good life. Then after a long phone call from a friend Sara turned to her husband and asked “who is going to do that for us? We don’t have kids! Tha…
 
As the Relationship & Sensuality Sage, mother of 3, Foxxy worked as a professional exotic dancer for 17 years, gamely sticking with it until the age of 51, before quitting to pursue her new venture. She saw many women who were curious about their sensuality and have greater confidence in themselves, have a desire to have a voice. From this, she fel…
 
Ayse Dayi is an academic and meditation teacher who has been living in Berlin for a year. In her academic work, she researches, teaches and conducts activism around women’s health and sexuality, on unnecessary medicalization of women’s reproductive services (in gynecological care including gyn visits, abortion, birth control and birth) and neoliber…
 
That one action we all need to take is to ... PAUSE! THIS PODCAST TOPIC IS POWERFUL & IMPORTANT with profound information from which we can all benefit, given the current world chaos. We are being asked to stop and pause and while that action will look different to each of us, as with any piece of chaos, we have an opportunity as to how we to respo…
 
Books Books Books. Diana Todd-Banks host of Mature Preneurs Talk Podcast discusses the book by the podcast name with the sub-title “How To Have A Productive, Energised, Creative Life After 50.” in the book are 21 guests from this program – all over 50 60 70 plus, who have created new income producing ventures, some of which have not existed before.…
 
Today I sat down with Jody O’Neill an autistic writer and performer, based in Wicklow, Ireland who found late in her life that she is affected by the condition. How she put the dots together and then created a successful play to talk about autism to a (non) autistic audience in Ireland. You can find her also here www.aboutautism.ie Links mentioned …
 
On today's show I am sitting down with Alexandra Epple - she started walking the Camino and ended up walking all the way back to Germany to her hometown. Alexandra Epple has been active in the healing arts for 17 years. She is an Ayurvedic practitioner, yoga teacher, and Thai massage therapist. Her approach to health is super practical and down to …
 
Cathy said after retiring and somewhat spontaneously the couple showed a brilliant example of taking the bull by the horns purchasing some land with a house on it in rural northeast Georgia in the southeastern United States with the intention to grow their own food. But there was a catch! Neither had any farming experience, which meant there was a …
 
Selina Maitreya’s recovery was miraculous but her earlier life of deep spiritual connection enabled that to occur. A powerful true-life story, it is longer than the usual MPT podcasts but is worth every second of your attention. Selina recounts her life at 58 prior to July 2013 and says after selling her home she was looking forward to the next pha…
 
John has had a fascinating career, as a volunteer teaching in Tonga, 19 years training and working as a Catholic priest, psychodrama training and work in a drug and alcohol treatment hospital all of which lay the foundation for him to become a compassionate emotional intelligence expert once he hit 50. Getting married when nearly 40 added the icing…
 
For Sandi reinvention has become a way of life as it has for many people in their 50’s and above! By then we’ve triumphed and overcome numerous traumas – all just a part of life. Sandi said she is a former Miss America finalist, Breck Girl spokeswoman and television/film actress turned author/consultant/speaker: "The Art of Living - Feng Shui YOUR …
 
Michael said he arrived in USA in 1979 at 19 from USSR, graduated the University of Pittsburgh as a construction engineer, found a job in San Francisco then that’s where the mundane part of his life ended. Having always been fascinated by the spiritual after brief stints with Judaism, several brands of Christianity and Buddhism, he started in Scien…
 
WENDY said in her late 40s she remembers the exact defining moment she knew she needed to change from being at her heaviest 315 lbs. so she decided to go on a hike but became so tired after a mile, a stranger had to get down and tie her shoe. Then came the constant reprimands, self-put downs, which she mentions on this podcast ... ultimately asking…
 
Linda has been through several different life transitions and triumphed, which is why this podcast is full of practical tips. Losing her husband, becoming a single parent to her granddaughter, suffering depression and PTSD took several years to heal. One of the biggest challenges was realizing how little you could control in life. Through daily med…
 
Sandra had many pivot points at the age of 18 and often in turmoil some true wonders occur out of that turmoil. For Sandra she had an awakening experience when she almost died she discovered all things spiritual, which changed her life forever profoundly so … realizing she had a mission and purpose to help empower people to set themselves free via …
 
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