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July 8th, 2024

Moms Who Dare with Jodi Silverman

  1. Moms Who Dare with Jodi Silverman Jane Leder 33:09

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How can playful dares and simple activities transform your journey, no matter your age? Join us as we chat with the vibrant Jodi Silverman, who shares her inspiring path from playful childhood adventures in Northeast Philadelphia to becoming a beacon of joy for Midlife women. Jodi takes us through her career transitions from retail to outside sales, and finally to entrepreneurship with her own commercial printing services business. Facing the prospect of an Empty Nest, she didn’t retreat but instead looked forward to new possibilities, emphasizing the critical role of fun and adaptability in navigating life’s changes.

In this episode, we explore Jodi’s creation of the Moms Who Dare community, inspired by Luanne Kahn's book, “I Dare Me.” Discover how small, daring acts like playing board games or revisiting childhood playgrounds can ignite joy and creativity, fostering connections and lifting spirits. We also dive into the power of self-talk and introduce the practical T.A.L.K. method to combat negative thoughts. Learn about Jodi's Beyond Empty Nest podcast and her supportive network that encourages women to embrace the emotional journey of an Empty Nest while celebrating the positives of this new phase in life. Tune in for uplifting insights and actionable tips to transform your Midlife experience with joy and Resilience.

Jane Leder Podcaster & Author

I am an award-winning author of books about teen suicide, siblings, and men and women during WWII. My feature articles have appeared in publications from Psychology Today to the Chicago Sun-Times. I enjoy the journey of writing, the process. But as I celebrated my seventy-seventh birthday, I wanted a change of focus and turned my creative energies into launching "Older Women & Friends," a podcast. The challenge has been exhilarating and will certainly help me make it through the dead of winter in the Midwest.

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