Host Sherrilynne Starkie welcomes leadership expert Heather Marasse to episode 30 of the 50 Women Over 50 podcast.
Heather Marasse, is Sherrilynne’s former client and is a fellow podcaster. Her 50s were about breaking patterns. She broke relationship patterns with her husband, her daughters and her employer. In fact, she went quite a bit down the road towards a divorce before reconsidering and reconciling with her husband.
She says she learned to slow down and trust her inner whisper. “We have a lot of inner noise voices and the ones that were the loudest for me, were all about work hard and provide for the family; be a good mom and wife; be a good daughter, good business partner and a leader in the business,” she explains. “All of these pushy voices. And until I took a pause and started slowing down, I couldn’t hear the kinder voices inside of me that were saying it’s okay to rest. It’s okay to tell the truth about your marriage.”
In this interview she shares with us her story of second chances and how she fell back in love with her one and only.
Heather Marasse, executive coach and leadership development consultant is known for her grounding presence, community orientation and focus on action.
Heather was drawn to leadership and organizational development after experiencing its impact first-hand as a leader in marketing, product development and change-management in the telecom sector. The impact of Heather’s work extends far beyond standard ROI metrics, as organizations testify again and again that they would never have pursued paths that brought them to success were it not for her wisdom, guidance, and realism.
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About the 50 Women Over 50 Podcast:
Sherrilynne Starkie started this show as a creative project with the goal of interviewing 50 women past their 50th birthday to learn how they see the world, what lessons they’ve learned and what advice they have for us all. She’s been blogging and podcasting for 18+ years as part of a successful marketing and communications career and loves learning from all the women she interviews. Subscribe to 50 Women Over 50 wherever you get your podcasts and please share it with your friends. Get each weekly episode dropped into your inbox by subscribing here. If you’d like to be one of the 50 Women over 50 featured on this podcast apply by clicking here.