All too frequently the daily news provides ample cause for discouragement. Corruption in government, crime, poverty and the effects of climate change can seem overwhelming. But what if we could do something about it? What if women could unite, merge their talents and create an overwhelming force for good? What if there were an organization that could build a united momentum wherein individual small acts combined to produce a cascade of transformative power?
If the above sounds good to you, you are going to want to take 15-minutes and hear what our guest on Feisty Side of Fifty Radio has to say…
Anne Devereux-Mills is a former advertising agency CEO who underwent a major life change shortly before her 50th birthday. Not only was she diagnosed with cancer, her last child headed off to college and her job went away due to the recession of 2008. Feeling she had no identity, she set out to figure out who she really was and how to start again.
Thankfully, Anne’s personal life crisis resulted in her creating an amazing organization called Parlay House, which is based upon the belief that each of us has the ability to have a meaningful impact on those around us. Anne joins us to share more of her story, what Parlay House is all about and her just released book entitled The Parlay Effect: How Female Connection Can Change the World.
Age has gifted many of us boomers with the impetus to live lives of meaning, authenticity and connection. If this is the case for you, you will want to be sure to catch this show.
Anne’s message is profoundly important, so give yourself the gift of inspiration and take the time to listen to what this remarkable woman has to say.