Betty Reynolds, a renowned Life Coach and Life Transition Coach in the Charlotte, NC area was gracious enough to do this show with me on one day’s notice! Holli Adams of the Healthy Home Hour was my scheduled guest, but came down with the flu. And Betty was wonderful with loads of fabulous advice for living life well and persevering through difficult times. We chatted about New Year’s resolutions and the top ten on the list and why they might not work; and what you can do to be more successful with those commitments to better your life.
Betty and I also covered personal physical challenges and how best to deal with them. Attitude, one of the few items completely under your control was also a topic of discussion. You cannot control what happens to you, but you can control how you react to it. Your bad mood should not impact the happiness of those around you.
Betty Reynold’s two web sites for information are: www.wealthandwell-being.com and www.tlccoachbettyr.com.
This Saturday, Radio 4 the Ages welcomed back Betty Reynolds (Life Transition Coach) to talk about getting out there and not leaving opportunities as should-of,would-of,could-of’s. David and Betty talk about how to keep living an active and fulfilling life, even later in life. We also learn some tips from David and Betty about things they have done to stay happy and fulfilled. Living a purpose-driven, balanced life is important to everyone, so tune in to learn more!
- Betty Reynolds
WOW! We can’t believe we’re already on our 7th show here at Radio 4 the Ages, and boy was this show fun! As has become a tradition here at Radio 4 the Ages, David gives us his weekly Dysfunctional Discourse on personal nutrition and over-medication. Joining us in the studio today along with the Radio 4 the Ages team was Dr. Michael Smith N.D. (of Carolinas Natural Health Center), Linda Miller (of Centralina Area Agency on Aging), Mel Miller ( of Ameriprise Financial Services), and Betty Reynolds (Life Coach & Certified Senior Adviser). We dug into several topics surrounding personal responsibility including nutrition, health & fitness, financial & estate planning, and personal networking. The subject of personal responsibility is far too broad and complex for us to have covered in just two hours, but hopefully this show has provided our listeners with inspiration and resources to take the first step!
- Dr. Michael T. Smith N.D.
- Naturopathic Physician
- Carolinas Natural Health Center
- 1126 Sam Newell Rd., Suite A
- Matthews, NC 28105
- (704) 708-4404
- Mel Miller C.L.T.C.
- Financial Advisor with the practice of Becky L. Johnson, CFP, CLU
- Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.
- 17810 Statesville Rd., Suite 322
- Cornelius, NC 28031
- (704) 650-5439
- Linda Miller
- Community Service Coordinator
- Centralina Area Agency on Aging
- (704) 372-2416 (Main office)
In our fourth show of Radio 4 the Ages, David and Matt re-introduce themselves to our listeners. We take a few calls from our listeners about retirement, joining gyms, and take a call from the wonderful Cathy Smith of “The Cathy Chronicles” fame. Our topic this week covers several aspects of retirement including the importance of purpose in our lives, what the heck to do when you retire, and how to prepare for retirement. Our special guest this week was Betty Reynolds. She is a Certified Senior Advisor and Lifecoach. Krissa Palmer’s weekly piece called “Senior Moments” features Ida Mae Hodgson, a resident at Carriage Club Charlotte.
Betty Reynolds information if you’d like to learn more: