The very act of aging brings about several realizations; one of them is the importance have having a supportive, reliable “pit crew” you can count on to be there when you need them.
Life is so much better when you share it with friends—and that becomes even truer with age. Those of us on the Feisty Side of Fifty have come to know that building and maintaining networks is the very best way to enhance most every aspect of our lives.
My guest on Fiesty Side of Fifty Radio, Glenna Crooks, PhD, specializes in creating, building and maintaining networks. In fact, Glenna has been called a “one-woman think tank for her work as an innovator in education and health care. She joined us recently to share all about her newly released book The NetworkSage: Realize Your Network Superpower.
Among other topics, Glenna shared her research on why and how personal networks are so important, gender differences in networking, how building networks changes lives, some special take-aways for boomer women, and the steps to take to get started creating new networks.
If you are a boomer who is ready to build your own “pit crew,” people who will be there for you through thick and thin, you will want to be certain to catch this show!