It's OK To Feel Bad... Don't Wallow In It - Wendy Green
Moving Upstream Without a Paddle
When Wendy Green was younger, she wanted to be like Phil Donahue or Oprah Winfrey and talk to some of the most interesting people and ask probing questions. Now she can do that on her own show Hey, Boomer! She started her career in the computer industry with a BS in Computer Science from UNC-Asheville in 1983! Things have changed a little since then. From her early days in the computer industry, she moved into technical training and pre-sales support, she got a Certificate from Georgetown in Change Management. and she got certified as a Life Coach in 2013. She had her own business for 6 years, an afterschool art enrichment program, where she was selected as the Franchisee of the Year in 2009. She was President of her Rotary Club for 2 years and we raised more money in one of those years than the club had ever raised. She had gone back into corporate training in 2011. When the pandemic hit, she was laid off on March 23. After a couple of days of wondering what was next, she decided how she wanted to feel. She wanted to feel relevant, She wanted to feel that what she did mattered, and she wanted to help others in the over 55 age group recognize that we all still have a lot to give, and a lot of time left to give it. She did her first Hey, Boomer show on April 13, 2020, live on Facebook. She ends each show with a quote from C.S. Lewis where he said, “You are never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream.” https://www.facebook.com/heyboomerpodcast This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Wendy Green is a woman of God, a wife of 17 years and a mom of two teenagers which she home-schools them both. She has been doing Virtual Assistant work for 5 years and also been coaching for two years. she coaches women in building their confidence so they can start living their desired life all while using the word of God to unlock their life's purpose. To connect with Wendy follow her here www.facebook.com/godplusskillscoaching www.instagram.com/godplusskillscoaching
How To Have A Successful In Person And Online Private Practice As A Dietitian Entrepreneur ft. Wendy Green With Tony Stephan – School of Success Ep. 104
Dietitian Nutrition Coaching Podcast
In this episode of the School of Success Podcast, Tony has the opportunity to interview Wendy Green. Wendy is a dietitian from Arizona who has a successful in person and online private practice. She not only has the opportunity to make an impact in her client’s health goals, but she also has the opportunity to educate other healthcare professionals she interacts with at her in person facility. Wendy’s biggest takeaway is the ability to adapt and pivot as an in person and online private practice dietitian. Be sure to connect with Wendy at http://azdietitians.com Say hi on social: @azdietitians & @wendygreen_dietitian Join our FREE Facebook community for RD’s here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ibelievementorship/?epa=SEARCH_BOX
Wendy Green is the owner of 1999 Melbourne Cup winner Rogan Josh, she tells some terrific stories about her horse and then her trip back home with the Melbourne Cup in the back of the car. As well as Sheila Laxon who is listed as the first female to claim the Melbourne Cup with Etherial in 2001.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Daniel Puder | Wendy Green | The Impact You Can Have on Kids is Limitless | #podsessions #36
Significance Breeds Success
—Follow Me Online Here:YouTube: http://youtube.com/danielpuderInstagram: http://instagram.com/danielpuderFacebook: http://facebook.com/danielpuderSnapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/daniepuderWebsite: http://danielpuder.comTwitter: http://twitter.com/danielpuderOfficial Website: http://danielpuder.com—Daniel is an advocate for education as a daily learner, while his vision is to create inspired, passionate, loving youth who are committed to lead significant and purpose driven lives! He is an author, professional speaker, and professional athlete, all of which play a key role in his unique approach to working alongside youth, parents, educators, community members and business leaders in order to provide long term and sustainable results within our schools and businesses in our communities. He travels around the world leading school assemblies, workshops, training seminars and keynote speaking presentations that focus on providing people with the tools and resources needed to be effective mentors. Daniel’s focus and love is being the Founder & CEO of his 501(c)3 Non-Profit that he founded in 2010, My Life My Power World Inc. (MLMP), which provides an evidence-based curriculum and training program to PreKindergarten to 12th grade Schools and Universities who have a desire to impact and transform their student’s lives through mentoring. Over the last few years he has also expanded his expertise into the for-profit world and has now founded 3 more companies. He is currently serving as the CEO of Transformational Technologies®, GPS For® LLC, and Co-Founder/Partner of My Life My Brand LLC. While Daniel’s background is that of a professional athlete (Undefeated Mixed Martial Arts Fighter and Champion of WWE’s Tough Enough Competition), he goes on to tell his story of overcoming challenges and adversity when he was younger. While growing up, he was bullied and harassed almost daily by his peers because he was overweight and labeled with learning disabilities. Over a decade later, and after much success, he decided to use his celebrity title in a way that could truly make a difference for children and teenagers who themselves are facing challenges - not just bullying. Thus, My Life My Power began and since then, Daniel has made it his life’s mission to be build the next generation of mentors that can impact millions of our youth! ACCOMPLISHMENTS Because of Daniel’s dedication to youth, he has received numerous awards such as Humanitarian of the Year Award for the Golden Badge Foundation, Honorary Service Award from the California Parent Teacher Association, sworn into the United States Marine Corp League in 2015, sworn in as a Kentucky Colonel in 2016, and Humanitarian of the Year Award for Heroes For Freedom in 2017.