Be inspired by stories of business leaders transforming their lives.
Susan Spaulding was one of the first people with whom I talked, and I was very intrigued by her book, Recalibrating for Life 2.0. I definitely encourage anyone who's wondering how to start a new journey to read Susan's book and to consider taking her programs. Recalibrate for Life 2.0 is a great roadmap for business leaders as they transition to Life 2.0."
Susan merges an entrepreneurial mindset with sharp insights about career, organizations, and trends in the Boomer generation. A Kansas City resident, she’s helped clients around the world to recalibrate their businesses and careers to exciting new futures.
"Susan is an advocate of my view that life is not about a glass half empty or a glass half full; it is about overflowing as many glasses as you can find and doing it now. Recalibrate for Life 2.0 provides you real life examples of how successful executives are planning and recalibrating for Life 2.0 to ensure their life ahead is even better than life today."
“Business leaders are the people others look to for answers. There is a confidence that builds over time with that role. Susan describes how unsettling the transition can be from an earned power position to staking new ground in a vastly different role. However, she also uncovers how to mitigate the stress of change by leveraging peer relationships and evolving through a process."
"Recalibrate for Life 2.0 follows on my conviction that it is imperative to identify and engage our authentic strengths and individual style. When we do that, the path forward becomes clear. Susan’s book is a recipe for understanding your unique options and creating an effective plan of action. Her stories of high-performance executives will help you discover what you really crave for your Life 2.0."
"With a focus on business leaders, this book is about leaving at the top of your career for unknown destinations. Susan captures the stories of numerous leaders helping each of us find our own paths forward."
"Game on rather than game over is the valuable learning from leaders across the country. Follow Susan’s guidelines for a jumpstart into what you may choose or not choose to do."