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26. Tracye Warfield: Entrepreneur, World Traveler, Yogini, Author and Retreat Designer


Tracye Warfield is not your typical 55-year-old, African American woman. Aside from the fact that she rocks a bald head and currently, a shiny new set of braces, she has traveled the world, since the age of 16, mostly by herself, to 5 continents, numerous countries, and counting. She lives with no limit.

She’s climbed the ranks of corporate America in finance and was a unicorn amongst the sea of old white men in boardrooms.

She became a marathoner and triathlete after being barely able to walk to her mailbox.

She also left a prestigious and lucrative life to train and teach yoga.

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27. Write And Publish Your Book With Author Coach Sharon Woodhouse

Sharon Woodhouse is an author coach and publishing consultant who’s worked with hundreds of first-time and experienced authors, publishers, and small business owners.

Sharon was an independent publisher who got her start when she founded her first publishing company, the Chicago-based Lake Claremont Press (LCP). LCP published over 500,000 books of 80 different titles in its 25 years and won 30 small press awards.

Listen to this episode of the  podcast to learn what she enjoys the most about the book business and her book business agency, about two of the client experiences she found the most rewarding, and what an Age Has No Limit life means to her. 

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28. Tracye Warfield: Entrepreneur, World Traveler, Yogini, Author and Retreat Designer

Tracye Warfield is not your typical 55-year-old, African American woman. Aside from the fact that she rocks a bald head and currently, a shiny new set of braces, she has traveled the world, since the age of 16, mostly by herself, to 5 continents, numerous countries, and counting. She lives with no limit.

She’s climbed the ranks of corporate America in finance and was a unicorn amongst the sea of old white men in boardrooms.

Listen to this episode to learn about Tracye Warfield, a woman who has been to rock bottom and climbed her way back to being a motivational speaker, author, podcast and webcast host, consultant, and retreat designer.

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28. Tracye Warfield: Entrepreneur, World Traveler, Yogini, Author and Retreat Designer

Tracye Warfield is not your typical 55-year-old, African American woman. Aside from the fact that she rocks a bald head and currently, a shiny new set of braces, she has traveled the world, since the age of 16, mostly by herself, to 5 continents, numerous countries, and counting. She lives with no limit.

She’s climbed the ranks of corporate America in finance and was a unicorn amongst the sea of old white men in boardrooms.

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27. Write And Publish Your Book With Author Coach Sharon Woodhouse

Sharon Woodhouse is an author coach and publishing consultant who’s worked with hundreds of first-time and experienced authors, publishers, and small business owners.

Sharon was an independent publisher who got her start when she founded her first publishing company, the Chicago-based Lake Claremont Press (LCP). LCP published over 500,000 books of 80 different titles in its 25 years and won 30 small press awards.

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26. Stacey Peters’ Travel Adventures In Over 70 Countries (And Counting)

Stacey Peters describes herself as an insatiable traveler. She’s lived with her family on three continents and has been to 70 countries and counting.

She is the editor-in-chief of the Duffelbagspouse Travels blog, a freelance photographer, travel writer, and soon, she will launch a line of travel accessories and, of course, duffel bags.

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25. Diane Sands: An Endurance Athlete Living With And Helping Others Cope With Chronic Pain

Diane Sands describes herself as the Sporty Goddess. She is an athlete extraordinaire who lives on the beautiful island of Kauai where she’s lived for 19 years. She is a long-distance ocean swimmer and she and her companions battle the rough Pacific Ocean waters and open swim for up to 3 miles in the Pacific Ocean where they enjoy the company of turtles, fish, monk seals, and sometimes hear whales. Her other sports activities include outrigger canoe paddle, stand up paddle, golfing, hiking, and cycling.

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24. Dr. Tanitra Scorza’s Life As A World-Class Symphony Clarinetist and Founder of Top Tier eLearning Agency

Dr. Tanitra Scorza accomplishes incredibly difficult things. She auditioned for and was accepted into one of the most competitive graduate school programs when she was 7 months pregnant and she was the first Black woman to get a doctorate degree in her major.

Check out this episode of the podcast to learn why Dr. Scorza thinks she downplays her accomplishments, how changes in her body tend to trigger an intellectual call to make outward changes in her life, and which two countries factor into her bucket list.

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23. Cherie Caldwell: From Math Wiz to Corporate HR VP to Transformation Coach

Cherie Caldwell is the former head of DE&I for a tech firm and the former region vice president of human resources for a major media company. In that role, she led HR for a $5 billion revenue business that spanned 7 states, 100+ locations, and a 5,600-person workforce.

She was laid off in 2023 and instead of returning to become another corporate VP, she finally let go of her corporate identity, and returned to being an entrepreneur. Listen to this episode of the podcast to hear how this math wiz took an unlikely path to HR and how she turns the tables and interviews me. 

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22. Dr. Greta Anderson Turned Her Passion For Golfing Into A Successful Business

Dr. Greta has a knack for storytelling, and she has a knack for filling gaps. She is one of the few African American women to earn a Class A status as a golf teaching professional. She is the founder of two businesses—The Digital Sage Agency—and Dr. Greta Golf, a golf business she started 10 years ago. As the founder and Director of Instruction for Dr. Greta Golf, she uses her expertise as a player, her status as a global educator, and her certification as a Class A instructor to teach golf at an exemplary level.

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21. Sheila Agnew McCoy--Author, Speaker, Model, and Certified Personal Trainer at 72

Sheila Agnew McCoy is an author, speaker, brand ambassador, commercial print model, actress, and personal trainer who specializes in senior and women’s fitness and corrective exercise. You can find her sharing her wisdom on Instagram at sheilas_ah_mazingaging. She also dishes out fitness inspiration, food recipes, health information, and daily workout tips in her active Facebook group called Lifestyle Fitness for Active Adults.

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20. José and Marie Villa Went From Military and Journalism Careers To One Of The Top Business Consultants in Hawaii

José and Marie Villa are truly a force—individually and together. They are both former journalists with successful grant writing careers having won millions for Hawaii’s local nonprofits. She’s a former journalism professor, he was a sergeant in the Air Force, and now together, they are the people behind Villa Business Consulting. Check out this episode of the Age Has No Limit podcast to learn about this amazing couple. You’ll smile, laugh, and be inspired by their lives. 

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19. Nicole Barham Is Changing Small Business Finance With The 5-Minute Bookkeeper


Nicole Barnham created a groundbreaking app for entrepreneurs that will simplify your life and save you time and she’s got the goods to prove it. She’s had a chance to tell the world about it on Good Morning America, The Breakfast Club, Essence Magazine, Black Enterprise, and more. They say necessity is the mother of all invention. During this episode, you’ll learn what was the necessity that sparked her decision to become an entrepreneur and what was the necessity that motivated her to create the groundbreaking app.

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18. Patrina Wisdom Went From Victim To Victor To Hosting Abundance Retreats And Creating The Anatomy of Abundance

Patrina Wisdom is an abundance strategist who believes that money is Goddess In Action and she invites us to create from a place of abundance. She is the host and founder of Pure Abundance Retreat which she has hosted in scenic destinations such as Belize, Egypt, Mexico, and now Seychelles. Listen to this episode to learn about her early life, how she coped with a devastating tragedy, why she started hosting retreats, and about her new, groundbreaking book, Anatomy of Abundance.

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17. Quin Brewington’s Shift from Corporate Cog to Successful Sidepreneur And How She Helps Other Women In Midlife Find Fulfillment

Quin Brewington started Sister Lady Girl out of necessity. She’s an award-winning writer and communications strategist who’s been in corporate communications and has worked for Fortune 500 companies for over 30 years. She even returned to school to get her graduate degree But, like many of us, she was still overlooked in her career. So, she decided to take action.

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16. Moving Abroad To Live Your Best Life – Includes Detailed Move Abroad Checklist And Decluttering Tips

Sometimes we have to move abroad to live our best lives. At the top of the lists of why people leave the United States are the cost of living, lack of affordable healthcare, absence of universal healthcare, concerns about gun and racial violence, the awful political divisions between the so-called red and blue states, food quality, and racism. Others are leaving for a better overall quality of life, a better work-life balance, and the stronger dollar against a local currency. 

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15. My Solo & Other Travel Adventures in Portugal, Jamaica, Spain, Mexico & More

Imagine running your business from a villa in St. Lucia, wine country in Germany, a vibrant city in Spain, a beach town in Mexico, or a resort in Jamaica. That’s what I was able to do for the past three years as a business owner. During this episode, I’ll share a bit about how I ran my business from Spain, St. Lucia, Germany, Portugal, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and Mexico.

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14. Dr. Erika Copeland's Return to Entrepreneurship After Being A Gov Contract Executive

Dr. Erika Copeland is a mother of five with a career that spans public health, clinical research, and entrepreneurship. She launched her own clinical research business in her early thirties. During this episode, you’ll learn how society’s expectations impacted some of her decisions and how she felt like she was losing herself in her last executive role.

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13. Akissi Stokes-Nelson: From Corporate Business and Finance Analyst to Ag-Tech CEO

Akissi Stokes-Nelson is your go-to to talk about ag-tech, about grubs and the amazing things they can do, about food waste management, and for a big belly laugh. During this episode, you'll learn about her amazing childhood, her business, WunderGrubs, how insects are a solution to food equity and food access challenges, and what's on her bucket list.

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12. Candi Carter: From Talk Show Executive Producer to Chief Content Officer

Candi Carter has worked as a television producer for more than 25 years for shows like The Tamron Hall Show and The View and producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show. She is now the Chief Content Officer for Knocking.com. During this episode, she’ll share some of her mindset shifts about work and life, and what is on her bucket list.

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11. Hardie Davis' Shift From Engineer To Legislator To Mayor To Entrepreneur

Imagine transitioning from being an engineer to being a preacher to serving in the Georgia state legislature as both a member of the house and a state senator, becoming mayor of Georgia’s second- largest city, and then starting your own consulting business. In this episode, Hardie Davis shares his unique path and what he's learned along the way.

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10. Angela Mashelle's Pivot To Become A Top YouTube Content Creator

Angela Mashelle is led by her faith. During this episode, you’ll learn why she decided to launch a YouTube channel about beauty, fashion, and lifestyle for women 40+, about her move to and from a Middle Eastern country, and more. Listen to this episode as she takes us along for the ride.

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9. How To Have An Empty Nest and A Full Life

For me, a full life isn’t just about filling my calendar, being the owner of a successful consulting business, traveling to different countries, and enjoying weekend getaways, it’s also the ability to express myself fully. In this episode, I’ll share tips about how to have an empty nest and a full or even fuller life.

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8. Why You're Letting the Fear of Change Hold You Back

Let’s talk about pushing past the fear of change. I’m talking about the changes that you know will lead to an improvement (or several) in your life but you’re afraid to act because of what you think you’ll lose, or perfectionism, or what others think. Listen to this episode to learn how to do it anyway.

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7. How Tasha Grant Went From HR Biz Partner to Wellness Spa Co-Owner

Tasha Grant epitomizes the Age Has No Limit credo. During this episode, she shares a few details about her 15-year career in the financial services industry to now being the co-founder of wellness spa, Curves By Us. What’s next for Tasha? Listen to this episode. She doesn’t hold back.

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6. How to Build A Lifestyle-Aligned Business That Brings You Joy

Autonomy. Fun. Freedom. Time. Flexibility. Happiness. Those are some of the “life rewards” a lifestyle entrepreneur has according to Bond Collective. During this episode, I’m sharing some tips on how you can align your business with your lifestyle to have more joy.

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5. How to Start A Business In Your 50s, 60s and Older

If you’re ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship, I got you covered. In this episode, I'm going to cover the basics of starting a business in your 50s 60s, and older. Don't forget! Your age (and experience) is an asset you can capitalize on so I'll provide a step-by-step approach. 

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4. They Radically Redesigned Their Lives

Many people are reinventing themselves to do what makes them happier and we feature a few in this episode. We start with Ernestine Shepherd who became a champion bodybuilder a few decades ago and feature others who changed their lives and a few who changed the world. 

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3. How to Redesign Your Life

I think millennials and Gen Z get it about placing an emphasis on the life part of the so-called work-life balance. Those of us in our late 40s, 50s, and older--our generations—may see things differently. Some of us are changing though.

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2. Do You  Remember Your First Time?

What do some stroke victims, elite athletes, and business titans have in common? They use visualization. 

During this episode, we’ll explore visualization and how it can help you on the path to redesign your life.

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1. How to Begin Unboxing Yourself

Do you feel stuck in a job or stuck in some other area of your life? Research shows that where we have the deepest regrets is also where we have the great opportunities. It’s those opportunities, taken and planned, that I’ll encourage you to revisit.

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