Series One Wrap Up

Liz Sumner Podcast

Liz Sumner wraps up the first series of the podcast with some thoughts in conclusion. Now when I get an invitation and I feel that little gasp of “oh wow” I don’t cut myself off before I even have a chance to think about it. I say yes and ride that wave like Gidget.   Listen to the latest episode

Put My Poetry Out Into The World

Liz Sumner Podcast

Poets Lynn Horsky and Halina Scharf describe how they found inspiring community with other poets by sharing their work. Lynn Horsky Freelance Consultant, offering graphic arts management for design-to-fulfillment services Personal movtivators: nature, mysticism, music, poetry, history, cooking     Halina Scharf I was born in  London. I have a degree in English Literature. Worked for twelve years in Recruitment. …

Compete in Ballroom Dancing

Liz Sumner Podcast

Lauryn Franzoni works with individuals, teams and organizations helping them clarify what they want and then how to align their people, plans and practices to achieve those goals. From her roots in business journalism, she brings a finely honed curiosity and open mind to each collaboration. A creative strategist and inspirational leader, Lauryn has recruited, trained and led high-performing creative and …

Get Back on a Horse

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Kathy Waite and Roberta Shanman both rediscovered their love of horses later in life, and tell any other “mature, terrified novices” how much they love it. Kathy Waite Using her 25 years experience as a Registered Retirement Consultant Kathy helps those within 10 years of retirement make the most of what they have. Instead of being educated by salesmen join her …

Write My Book

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Writer, editor, and “book midwife,” Siobhan Colgan helps you bring your vision and voice into the world.   Siobhan is a writer who writes and edits articles, white papers and books for business owners, entrepreneurs, coaches and creatives. Over the years she has had the privilege to work with both male and female change-makers. But recently she’s found herself guided …