S3 E7: Amy Refeca
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
3M ago
In this episode of She's Not Done Yet: Conversations with women over 50, I (Becky Berry) talk with my friend Amy Refeca. Amy and I met in 2019 while networking. Amy is the owner and managing attorney of Atlanta Wills and Trusts Law Group in Alpharetta, Georgia. Her firm helps women protect who and what they love the most.  We talk about how great it is to meet professionally and then become personal friends.  We cover the importance of friends who help us maintain our boundaries and how our friend groups change throughout our lives. We also touch on how realizing we have the wrong fr ..read more
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S3 E7: Susan Salenger
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
4M ago
Since I consider women's healthcare a pressing issue, this episode is longer, coming in at just under an hour. Listening to it is a worthy investment of your time. In this episode of She's Not Done Yet: Conversations with women over 50, I (Becky Berry) talk with Susan Salenger, author of Sidelined: How Women Can Navigate a Broken Healthcare System. Sue's publicist reached out to me about her book. Since I, like most women, understand how broken our healthcare system is in the United States, I was intrigued. After reading Sidelined, I couldn't wait to interview Sue. In her book, she shares her ..read more
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S3 E6: Mary Ann Noe
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
5M ago
In this episode of She's Not Done Yet: Conversations with women over 50, I (Becky Berry) talk with novelist Mary Ann Noe. I'm excited to chat with Mary Ann because I'm an inveterate reader (150+ books/year) and I've always wanted to interview an author. Mary Ann is my first. Mary Ann embodies the idea of She's Not Done Yet. She's in her late 70's and has published 3 books in the last 3 years. Another one will be released in October 2024. Talk about not being done yet! In our conversation we talk about her novel, A Handful of Pearls and her newest release, Water the Color of Slate plus her othe ..read more
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S3 E5: Cheryl Cooper and Kisha Solomon
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
8M ago
In this episode of She's Not Done Yet: Conversations with women over 50, I (Becky Berry) talk with my friend, Cheryl Cooper, and her friend, Kisha Solomon. Cheryl and I met when we started our coaching businesses back in 2015/2016. We've been each others' orbit ever since. This was my first time meeting Kisha. Cheryl and Kisha represent a cross-generational friendship, like me and my friend Kyle (Season 3 Episode 1). Cheryl is one of the most grounded, motivated, and intentional women I know. Her deep experience in life and work makes her a fabulous coach and great friend. Plus, she has a grea ..read more
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S3 E3: Diana Bader
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
1y ago
In this episode of She's Not Done Yet: Conversations with women over 50, I (Becky Berry) talk with mypodcast co-host and dear friend Diana Bader. Diana and I met in July 2015 and started our podcast, Uniquely Brilliant (still available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, etc) in November of that year. To say we hit it off immediately would be an egregious understatement. When we went on hiatus in 2022 because of Diana's health, we had published 161 episodes, including many episodes during the pandemic. In this episode, we talk about our friendship, Diana's move from Georgia back to her home state (Ohi ..read more
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S3 E2: Michele Doyle
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
1y ago
In this episode of She's Not Done Yet: Conversation with Women over 50 hosted by me, Becky Berry. I chat with my friend Michele Doyle, owner of my favorite restaurant in our town of Alpharetta, Georgia - Never Enough Thyme. Michele and I have been in each other's orbit for 20+ years. Then, when I opened my coworking space, MAD! Workspace for Women in Alpharetta, Michele became my mentor. And, as COVID shut down the world, Michele was my only business owner peer who had the added stress of having a brick and mortar facility. We commiserated with each other and kept moving. We talk about aging ..read more
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S3 E1: Kyle Young
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
1y ago
In this episode of She's Not Done Yet, Becky Berry talks to her mentor and friend, Kyle Young. Becky and Kyle met in the 90's and have been each other's biggest fans ever since. Kyle talks about the 3rd 3rd of her life and how she continues to seek new adventures and grow ..read more
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S2 E3: Karen Kuhlke
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
1y ago
Becky (me) talks with her great friend, Karen Kuhlke, about Karen's unique take on life. She shares her wisdom around mindset, family, unexpected events, and watching her daughter parent. Some of my favorites:  What are you waiting on to be happy? I can figure it out when I figure out the pieces. Then I know who to ask for help. The benefits of offering blessings to strangers in cars in traffic. Throughout the episode, I try to remember what you call that thing you leave behind when you move to the next plane - your legacy.  SMH. Enjoy ..read more
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S2 E2: Leah Merriweather
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
1y ago
Becky Berry interviews Leah Merriweather in the 2nd episode of season 2 of She's Not Done Yet. Becky and Leah talk about intuition, finding our teachers, stretching our wings,  and letting things unfold.  ..read more
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S2 E1: Leah Merriweather w Becky Berry
She's Not Done Yet
by Becky Berry
1y ago
To kick off Season 2 of She's Not Done Yet, the tables are flipped. Since Becky is now flying solo on the podcast, she's recruited her great friend, Leah Merriweather, to interview her. Becky talks about her crone-ness and how she works to raise the voices of her clients and the women she encounters through coaching and mentoring and just being. Sneak peek: In the next episode, Becky interviews Leah ..read more
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