EP15: Finding The Courage To Recreate Who You Are After A Loss

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Episode Summary:

In today’s episode, I’m interviewing Colleen Kochannek, a corporate refugee turned entrepreneur when at the age of 48 she was laid off. Two and a half years ago, her husband passed away, and she found herself having to recreate who she is, once again. Today she is sharing her story and inspiring us to courageously start again how many times we need to.

Today's Guest

Colleen Kochannek

Kochannek is the founder of THE SCRAPPY FRONTIER: an entrepreneurship school for women from the typewriter generation. Her commitment is to help women over 50 starts businesses doing something they love without the overwhelm and frustration that can come with starting a business in today's tech world. 

You’ll Learn…

a Pinterest pin that says "You get to know yourself really well when you become an entrepreneur." by Colleen Kochannek on the Rebel Love Podcast Episode 15 - Finding The Courage To Recreate Who You Are After A Loss

🖤 About Colleen’s personal story on how she recreated who she is after two losses

🖤 How to navigate loss and not succumb to the emotions and struggle.

🖤 How our identity is wrapped up in our work and relationships.

🖤 How the process of reinvention is an ongoing journey with ups and downs.

🖤 That is never too late to recreate who you want to be and the life you want to have.

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Your Host

Talia

Talia is the owner and founder of Rebel Love, a blog that was

 conceptualised during a difficult period of her life, that hopes to turn pain into something positive by fostering discovery and connections.

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