Mature Preneurs Talk with Diana Todd-Banks
About This Show
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 15-20 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 pitfalls, tips, horror moments, funny bits and above all how their health benefited.
In doing so they encourage and inspire the audience of all ages to spring into action to transform their life. Why?
Mature Preneurs Guests demonstrate it’s never too late to start something new; or take a step into the unknown - it can change your life!
You can make the next chapter of your life the best ever which the guests and the host clearly demonstrate.
This is why Podcast Host Diana Todd-Banks still has coaching clients as she enjoys helping others to move forward. The audience can connect with the host and guests via a Facebook group Mature Preneurs Talk with Di Todd-Banks. This Podcast is about reinforcing the power of Sharing – Learning - Supporting - Inspiring = Action.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
DEBORAH BREINING – Says ‘What Do I Want To Do Next’ Is A Common Cry of Many People Retiring in Mid Life, & Offers 4 Tips To Those Looking For An Entrepreneurial Pursuit: Do What You Love, Do It With a Twist And Look For Customers In Unlikely Places
3 days ago
Shortly after retiring Deb began thinking what she wanted to do next, and it didn’t take long for an idea to emerge. Inspiration can emerge from any day-to-day activity just keep your ‘senses’ open, and watching a TV Program “Say Yes to the Dress” she said, “I love weddings, I love cosplay (costume play), am a self-proclaimed “geeky girl,” I love sci/fi, comic book, fantasy, steam punk, all vastly different from her former job as a Senior Executive with the US Federal Government. Not wasting time, Deb researched wedding officiants in her area, and discovered there was a void for couples interested in cosplay for weddings. Studying she became ordained as a wedding officiant, then combined her love of weddings and cosplay then started her company, An Unusual Affair, LLC, focusing on creating unusual ceremonies, but she did include traditional wedding ceremonies and writing custom wedding ceremonies. Cosplay is dressing up as a character from a film, book, or video game. Deb has 4 tips for those seeking a new pursuit: do what you love but with a twist! There may be others doing something similar, find a new or unusual way to do it! Look for customers in unlikely places; don’t be afraid to get out there and tell people what you do and why you love it! She attends Oddmall and themed festivals like Wizard World/Comic Con, where the clientele like cosplay, and who one day may get married! Deb travels all over Ohio performing wedding ceremonies, and today this lover of unusual affairs offers a broader array of services, see her website, anunusualaffairllc.com for traditional, LGBTQ, cosplay wedding ceremonies and other cosplay events: gender reveals for babies, proposals, prom dates, reaffirming vows.Read more »
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