Reigniting You ... with Lisa Downs

Career Transition Support for Age 40+ Professionals

Guiding you to gain clarity, renewed purpose, and a plan for what's next.

Every Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Alternative Talk Radio 1150 AM

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Get ready to be reenergized, recharged, and reignited!

Mid-late career growth and the concept of retirement continue to evolve from “riding off into the sunset” to building “portfolio careers” filled with flexible work options and time for family, fun, and thriving beyond a job.

Tune in to Reigniting You™ with Lisa Downs to explore a variety of topics and timely issues for making mid-late career transitions for age 40+ professionals so you can lead a fulfilling life regardless of your age.

Through a combination of guest interviews, career transition advice, and storytelling, Lisa guides you to find a renewed sense of purpose for the next phase of your career and life with a positive, forward-looking approach. She tackles topics ranging from ageism, overcoming barriers, and exploring alternative careers to envisioning your future, navigating the workplace, planning your time in retirement, and more.

Check out our latest episode

Episode 8: Best Job/Worst Job with Career News

November 25, 2020
Reigniting You Radio Show

In this episode, I feature two “Best Job/Worst Job” listener stories for the fourth week of the month, a standing feature. I also share a few career news headlines, including about the U.S. News & World Report Best Jobs of 2020 list, results of a U.S. migration/relocation survey from Upwork, seasonal hiring, a rebound of…

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Join in the conversation!

Contact the show to share a story about your best job or worst job, or submit a career transition-related question that Lisa will answer live on the air.

Thank You to Our Sponsor!

Reigniting You™ is sponsored in part by Charlie Magee of FranNet. Contact Charlie to learn more about franchise business opportunities. If you've ever wanted to be your own boss with the support of an organization, FranNet is your go-to franchising resource.

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Lisa Downs

Get To Know The Host

With over 24 years of experience as a radio host, teacher, workplace learning and leadership development professional, and entrepreneur, Lisa now coaches Gen Xers and Boomers to find what’s next for them through her business, New Aspect Coaching, based in Redmond, Washington. Originally from Northwest Indiana, she and her husband Chris have made the Seattle area their home for over 20 years.

Learn more about Lisa, her work, and New Aspect Coaching.

Interested in appearing as a guest?

Reigniting You™ is a weekly radio show focused on specific topics, such as our question of the month, career transition stories, and career advice. We'd love to have you! Learn more and apply today.

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Lisa has a voice, intelligence and personality that just makes you want to listen to her.

"... and not only listen, but take notes, learn and execute. She understands and respects her audience, and offers value and personal insight right back. As a professional recruiter for 28 years, I enjoy learning from Lisa, and now can do so in a live format once a week.”

- Jennifer Mastor, MASTOR Recruiting & Consulting

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Focusing on age 40-plus professionals, Lisa Downs, host of Reigniting You™, offers listeners an opportunity to explore a variety of topics and timely issues for making mid-late career transitions, whether in or out of the workforce, so they can lead fulfilling lives regardless of their age.

Through a combination of guest interviews, career transition advice, and storytelling, Lisa guides her listeners to find a renewed sense of purpose for the next phase of their careers and lives.

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