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FOX 25 Morning News
Updated: Monday, 19 Sep 2011, 10:17 AM EDT
Published : Monday, 19 Sep 2011, 9:38 AM EDT
(FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – If Bette Milder and Richard Simmons had a love child who was then adopted by Joan Rivers, she would have become Liz DiMarco Weinmann.
A marketing executive, entrepreneur and author, Weinmann joined FOX 25 to discuss her new book “Get DARE From Here! – 12 Principles and Practices for Women Over 40 to Take Stock, Take Action and Take Charge of the Rest of Their Lives.”
Article for Central Valley Business Times:
“Attention women over 40: Stop coasting through the rest of your life.”
Coach Liz Weinmann says that after 40 it’s often time to switch from the dreams and goals of the 20s and 30s and rest objectives. She says there are clear signs when change is needed.
“You start to realize, ‘I am not happy doing this any more. It’s not fun any more, I want to do something different,’ ” Ms. Weinmann says. “It happens to everyone.”
Liz was interviewed for IAAP: Listen here: IAAP.org
“Author of the book, Get DARE From Here“ 12 Principles And Practices For Women Over 40 To Take Stock, Take Action, And Take Charge Of The Rest Of Their Lives, tells men and women how to cast away thoughts and fears that hold you back. It’s a new way to look at personal and professional branding and fulfilling dreams. Find out how you can get the first chapter for free.”
Article for SmallBizChicago.com
“5 ways to plan and brand your small business”
“Liz DiMarco Weinmann encourages business owners to put their plans in writing.
In the current economic climate, thousands of people are starting their own businesses. Some stride confidently into setting up a business that they’ve been thinking about for a while. Others are taking on freelance assignments while they continue to network and interview for their
next full-time position.
For both of these paths, you need a plan. In this age of pervasive instantaneous social media, you also need a memorable brand. Here are five essential factors to consider” from a personal as well as professional perspective” if you’re planning and branding a small business.”
Article for Matawan-Aberdeen.Patch.com
“You Wouldn’t Dare. Or Would You?“
Matawan Author Dares Women to Follow Aspirations
Liz DiMarco Weinmann decided one day that she was not living the life she always dreamed, and instead of feeling sad about that, she did what many do not have the courage to do – she reinvented herself and her career.
“I had a long, lovely, happy and really fun career in advertising and marketing. I worked in New York for 20 years and after 9/11, I was in the Chrysler Building in a big, fancy corner office when I realized the world might end before we even know it,” DiMarco Weinmann said. “I just had this epiphany like, “Oh my god, I need to be doing something more meaningful.”