Lady Boss Interview Series
One of the best things about blogging and coaching is PEOPLE time. Time spent with my members and time spent talking to new ones. Just getting closer to my audience. And to my fellow blogging friends’ audiences.
The internet can separate us from each other. It takes a good deal of effort and authenticity to talk directly to you. Not at you. These next two interviews do just that.
This is one of the best types of posts I love to write. Almost more than the interviews themselves! Such a wonderful lady boss interview!
This post is about a powerful movement that I consider paramount-the Midlife Revolution. Now, you all know that my business is about productivity and the power of organization. What can be more powerful than being our most productive at age 50 and beyond?
Two years ago, Catherine Grace O’Connell founded the Midlife Revolution organic, a grassroots campaign called The Fierce 50, a movement that promotes women’s best lives after age 50 and beyond. I volunteer as the Director of Communications. Since that time, we’ve been humbled by the response and the evolution of a movement to shift the perception of women at midlife and beyond.
As this community has naturally opened up to all women at midlife and beyond, we have changed the name to Forever Fierce but kept the original intention to place a fresh, vibrant, and empowered frame around women who have reached the inflection point called Midlife. Here is my interview in the January 4th Forever Fierce Newsletter!
Lady Boss Interview
Fierce & Fabulous: Sister in the Spotlight
Welcome, fierce sisters, and happy 2019! This week we’re thrilled to feature one of the valuable members of our Forever Fierce Revolution Admin Team, Rebecca Phillips. As the Director of Communications, she handles welcoming our new members and brings her valuable insight and experience to the community.
Rebecca is a retired social worker turned business blogger and home organizer. She has three grown stepchildren and three grandchildren. After moving to Kansas from Arizona to marry her sweetheart, Charly Phillips, she spent a lot of time helping her friends re-organize their homes.
Since the children are grown and her oldest grandchild went to college this year (trying to catch her breath), Rebecca is blessed to be semi-retired and work at home with her two terriers (one is 17, blind and deaf, so needs a lot of care) and build her new business. She loves blogging, coaching, and making new connections with others.
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You can find Rebecca on her website, and on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube,