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It’s Never Too Late to Begin your Future with Lowell Ann Fuglsang

This event was streamed live  on February 24th 2017

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It’s Never Too Late to Begin your Future with Lowell Ann Fuglsang

Thumbnail Conscious Ageing

00:00 Introductions and mechanics…and Lowell Ann corrects me!

06:40 Heidi asks how Lowell Ann has gotten so involved in so much change.

07:40 A bit of her historya series of new beginnings, always working with people, the arctic in Yellowknife and new careers for both her and her husband.

15:50 Acknowledgement of the audience and their questions.

16:65 How she got interested in technology and appearing on screen as a way to reach her public clients.

23:43 Her success online depends on those who come to participate!

24:40 How Integral Theory and Ken Wilber got added to her tool bag and how helpful in became in working with clients.  Also the enneagram!  We have choice!

34:14  A comment from the audience leads to a whole new discussion about expansion, not contraction!, including expansion to include friends of other ages!

39:00 Why do we hold back? Cultural expectations?
40:00 Lowell Ann really wants to talk about her choral work and how enriching that is, not just for her but for the whole community.  It’s a model for both personal and cultural expansion. This is right up Heidi’s alley with her singing history.as well.  Find a choir!

50:14 How they teach newbies who “can’t sing” to discover that they can: “composting!” How that generalizes to speaking and being heard; a metaphor for life.

52:28 Info about starting your own community choir.

54:10 Contrast with “homes for seniors” where Lowell Ann volunteers one day a week and the isolation which counters the healthiness of communities – and a community online!.

57:07 Find a group to share your passion with; don’t do it alone!

58:00 Lowell Ann has found a local group where they discuss Ken Wilber’s work and she knows she needs to learn more, especially about states of consciousness.  Then goodbye’s and thank you’s and invitations to the after-show talk on Facebook.

 

Lowell Ann Fuglsang (pronounced Fullsang in English) began her career as an Employment Counsellor with Canada Manpower in Moncton NB in 1975. She moved north and worked with the department in various capacities, all focused on helping Arctic northerners find meaningful work.  She trained counsellors and program deliverers until 1997 when she retired to start her own consulting business (Workstyle-Lifestyle Consulting) .

All of her professional life she has been actively and passionately involved in training and personal development, both as a participant and a facilitator/trainer/coach.  Committed to ensuring the personal and professional success of her clients, her lifestyle and philosophy is based on a firm belief in the importance of a balance in mental, emotional, physical and spiritual development.

She has hosted an Embrace Aging video series with a couple of colleagues and currently hosts a weeklyBeing Your Own CEO Success Circle for solopreneurs via Hangout On Air. Participants enjoy each other’s company while sharing techniques and information and providing moral support to each; they even end up doing business together! She has just completed her 122nd session.

She is currently working on an extended program to help people find their Third Age Purpose that will be a full exploration of each of these quadrants.

Visit Lowell Ann’s website here

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In former times “getting old” meant stopping the hard work we had done all our adult lives. Most older people felt unhappy and unfulfilled, women became full time grandmas and found some purpose in that while men often felt useless and chose to decay early and to die prematurely.

Today we know that our life span has much to do with the meaning we give to our lives. So if we want to live longer and feel fulfilled and even – yes – happy in our “second adulthood”, we need to live a purposeful life.

How do we get there? First of all we must not get lazy, disinterested, bored or anxious. All this shuts down our systems . We need to actively find a new purpose in life. We can also continue to work on the one we pursued before, maybe with different rhythms, topics and actions.

Our guest Lowell Ann Fuglsang is a splendid example of how to create an active and meaningful life in older age by courageously going out into the world and doing what she loves to do: helping others to succeed.

Click on the links below to find books which have inspired Lowell Ann

 A Brief History of Everything by Ken Wilber

Ken Wilber - A brief History of Everything on AMAZON

Immunity to Change: How to Overcome It and Unlock the Potential in Yourself and Your Organization (Leadership for the Common Good)

Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey -Immunity to Change on AMAZON

LifeLaunch: A Passionate Guide to the Rest of Your Life

Pamela McLean and Frederic Hudson - Life Launch on AMAZON

The After Show Chat

0:37 Welcoming Majorie and helping her with the entry into the video room

1:50 Begin of the debriefing: Young people often are happy to listen to us

2:30 Majorie is in. Talking about coming together all over the world

3:19 Majorie addresses the topic of singing in a choir

5:25 Heidi offers help with the voice challenge Majory is having

6:25 Mark’s voice and the repair

8:02 Lowell Ann: voice gets tired when you sing too much – not push too hard

8:40 Push the voice – Heidi addresses the main problem about how people use their voices in the wrong way.

9:36 Majorie talk about her past as a music teacher – the talking was heavy on her voice. She has a family who lives in music. Listening

10:50 Heidi suggests http://medici.tv for listening to wonderful classical music for free

12:07 Lowell Ann talks about the advantage of a mixed choir – with men being in their “right brain”

13:55 “Tenors have more fun”

14:34 Majorie’s son is a professional tenor

15:08 Connection of Majorie and Mark in the Spiral Dynamics group on Facebook – very left brain – testosterone oriented

16:20 How men converse in those groups…..  Headspace

17:12 Apply it!

17:37 Don’t write but SPEAK with others

18:06 Majorie asks about the Wisdom Factory and how we met

19:30 met our names first in 2014

19:55 Mark thanks Majorie for showing her face – for a technical glitch Youtube hasn’t recorded her face, unfortunately, but we saw her on camera!

20:02 Heidi talks about the mission of the Wisdom Factory (and of us, Heidi and Mark)

20:40 Find people online – some people cannot imagine to connect online on video, we generally get to know only a few aspects of people, online and in real life.

22:30 The experience when we meet live after knowing each other online

23:20 Heidi invites Majorie to join us in other shows and in the after chat

24:07 Majorie gives us appreciating – Heidi talks about the relationship and the support we give each other

25:30 Project online-course for a different couple relationship

26:50 Heidi thanks for the appreciation

27:25 Lowell Ann talks about the show, her thoughts before and gives appreciation for our way of asking questions

28:32 Majorie feels encouraged to find a new partner.

29:40 Lowell Ann talks about her relationship with her husband which is unusual

30:54 Exploring new ways of being in relationship

31:30 Mark makes his usual jokes, everybody laughing

32:13 WHEN LIFE WAS HAVING US INSTEAD OF WE HAVING LIFE

Lowell Ann Fuglsang (pronounced Fullsang in English) began her career as an Employment Counsellor with Canada Manpower in Moncton NB in 1975. She moved north and worked with the department in various capacities, all focused on helping Arctic northerners find meaningful work.  She trained counselors and program deliverers until 1997 when she retired to start her own consulting business (Workstyle-Lifestyle Consulting) .  

All of her professional life she has been actively and passionately involved in training and personal development, both as a participant and a facilitator/trainer/coach.  Committed to ensuring the personal and professional success of her clients, her lifestyle and philosophy is based on a firm belief in the importance of a balance in mental, emotional, physical and spiritual development.

She has hosted an Embrace Aging video series with a couple of colleagues and currently hosts a weeklyBeing Your Own CEO Success Circle for solopreneurs via Hangout On Air. Participants enjoy each other’s company while sharing techniques and information and providing moral support to each; they even end up doing business together! She has just completed her 122nd session.

She is currently working on an extended program to help people find their Third Age Purpose that will be a full exploration of each of these quadrants.  

Visit Lowell Ann’s website here

Info about the AFTER SHOW CHAT

Our guest Majorie is present in the recording only on audio, due to a glitch in Youtube. We are very sorry for that. The hangout video technology is a wonderful free tool – but sometimes it doesn’t do what we would expect it to do……

About LowellAnn Fuglsang

Lowell Ann Fuglsang

Lowell Ann Fuglsang

Lowell Ann Fuglsang (pronounced Fullsang in English) began her career as an Employment Counsellor with Canada Manpower in Moncton NB in 1975. She moved north and worked with the department in various capacities, all focused on helping Arctic northerners find meaningful work.  She trained counsellors and program deliverers until 1997 when she retired to start her own consulting business (Workstyle-Lifestyle Consulting) .  

All of her professional life she has been actively and passionately involved in training and personal development, both as a participant and a facilitator/trainer/coach.  Committed to ensuring the personal and professional success of her clients, her lifestyle and philosophy is based on a firm belief in the importance of a balance in mental, emotional, physical and spiritual development.

She has hosted an Embrace Aging video series with a couple of colleagues and currently hosts a weekly Being Your Own CEO Success Circle for solopreneurs via Hangout On Air. Participants enjoy each other’s company while sharing techniques and information and providing moral support to each; they even end up doing business together! She has just completed her 122nd session.

She is currently working on an extended program to help people find their Third Age Purpose that will be a full exploration of each of these quadrants.  

Visit Lowell Ann’s website here

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