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A Brave New World
Dr. Gayle Carson, CSP, CMC - Midlife Crisis Coach Dr. Gayle Carson, CSP, CMC - Midlife Crisis Coach
For Immediate Release:
Dateline: Miami , FL
Tuesday, September 15, 2020


?From the Journal of the S.O.B.:?


?Isn’t that what we are all looking for at this point in our lives?

?Hard to believe this is my 27th week of isolation, and I know there are many of you right there with me. Yet I have stayed connected with friends, peers and followers through this thing called the computer. Whether it is Skype, Zoom, FB, Twitter or another means of electronics including the phone, this is something that couldn’t have been done just a few years ago.

?So we have to be grateful for how far we’ve come. Yes, we have a long way to go, and this will play out for several more months, however use this time for the good and do what you can for others.

?The most important thing is to acknowledge that what our lives and businesses will look like in 24 months is entirely different that what they were. Keep tuned to all the new things coming down the road and be prepared to change on a dime. There is no new normal. There is just new!?

?Here is a pic of me when I received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Florida Speakers Association. I am so honored and grateful that they gave this to me.

Finished the New Media Summit as an Icon with a group of folks who pitched to be on our shows. So well done by Steve Olsher and his team.

Held the meeting of my mentoring group, attended 3 webinars, had interviews with 3 people and two private coaching calls.


?New statistics in. There are now over 1.4 million podcasts out there. It seems to be the broadcasting medium. If you want to get into it, now is the time. Just be sure to stick with it because many podcasts stop after the first dozen because it’s a lot of work. Yet they’re still out there. So if you start, be sure to have a plan. Any questions, be in touch with me.


?Here are 7 things to make an impact. I will give you another 7 next week:

1. Be sure the person in the mirror is someone you like.
2. Ask yourself where you want to be in 12 months.
3. Be a role model for someone else.
4. See where the gaps in your life are and why they keep happening.
5. Keep you eyes on the goal you set.
6. Always compare you to you.
7. Try to be the best person you can be at whatever it is you’re doing.

Action Step:

1. Try out our store at https://store.spunkyoldbroad.com/. We now have tee’s and hoodie’s.
2. Join our virtual SOB club: facebook.com/groups/virtualSOBclub
3. Tune into our FB lives every Monday
4. Check out www.sobuniversity.com for our online courses.

?Check Out Our Latest Podcasts Episodes Below!


Here is my interview with Jewels Arnes, CEO of Eternal Gold Beauty – a company who created the most advanced natural skincare line in the world. She talks about why she started a Frequency Based Skincare Line and speaks about the biggest challenge she’s had in owning her business.?

Here is my interview with Kimberly Faith, the author of “Your Lion Inside”. She talks about helping women step out of their sense of “smallness” and discusses how women serve as the cornerstone for change in the workplace and society.?

Here is the first part of my interview with Yvette Grove. She is a sought-after advisor, speaker and author who has published a children’s book “Lily’s Deliciously Different Day”, that reminds us that we are deliciously different by design and our difference is what makes the world work.?

Dr. Gayle Carson, Chief S.O.B. has announced the 2018b Spunky Broad of the Year.  And she is Dolly Parton, a prime example of what a woman over 50 can still achieve.

An extraordinary businesswoman, out of this world entertainer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, actress, author, and a philanthropist, Dolly Parton is a testament to what women can achieve.  At 72, she is continuing to have massive influence in the world of entertainment and her Dollywood Theme Park continues to thrive with new exhibits and attractions that the public adores.

Married to her husband for over 50 years, she is an example of someone who blends family and professional life with amazing dexterity and humor.  A Spunky Old Broad is someone who distinguishes herself by her uniqueness, intellect, enthusiasm, dedication, selflessness and spunky. Dolly certainly epitomizes all of those.

Dr. Gayle says “Women over 50 are like fine wine.  They only get better with age and I am delighted to have Dolly Parton as our Spunky Old Broad of the Year.” 

Gayle also says “I started the S.O.B, movement because I found that women over 50 were thinking that it was all over because they hit the magic number of 50.  I knew that they had everything it took to start new careers, develop a passion into a business and start thinking about putting themselves first.  And I was right. Right now re-invention is the name of the game.

Gayle will be addressing the East Bay Women’s Conference  in California on just that subject next month. 

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