You’re Not Getting Any Younger is a podcast, hosted by Jen Glantz, for people who want to disrupt their lives, for a good reason, to make it count. Tune in every Monday for a new episode to hear honest conversations about entrepreneurship, love, unique careers, failure, and self-care, from real people, just like you, who are making big changes, starting with small things.
I'm the queen of to-do lists. I have three that I carry around with me. But here's something I really do during this time of year - I rip up my to-do list so I can focus on just one thing. If you're feeling overwhelemed or even stuck, press play. Let's chat.
It seems like everyone is trying to get our attention during this time of year - family, friends, brands taking up space in our inbox. If you're starting to feel overwhelemd by it all, here are some things you can do to manage and control the oncoming stress.
As we prepare for Thanksgiving, I like to make a 3x3 grateful list. It includes the top three things I'm grateful for and actions I can take to give back. That way, the holiday doesn't just pass by. It sicks around and it means something big to us and the people around us too.
Tis the season to travel and give gifts but to also end the year with a lot of question marks floating in your head. If you're feeling lost or stuck, here's a challenge that can help you figure out what to do with your life.
I know I've been talking a lot about friendship lately - but this week, I have a challenge for you. It's a challenge that will have you reaching out to the people in your life for no reason other than to remind them that you adore them, think about them, and truly care about who they are.
In today's episode, Jen Glantz chats with Emily Ward, the co-founder of Shine Talent Agency about how anyone can become an influencer, trends for 2023, and how to neogitate deals with brands. Tips for those who want to make money from their personal brand, stand out on social media, and so much more.
One of the biggest lessons that I've learned recently is just how much of our strength is invisible. Often, it only comes out during times we need it the most or times we doubt it. In this episode, I share a fact about myself only 1% of people know, why the best qualities we have are invisible to others, and my favorite item from Amazon.
This month has been all about friendship - from taking inventory on your friends to learning how to be more open with the people you love. But today, let's chat about how to make friends. When you meet someone new, asking them to "hang out" or exchange phone numbers can be awkward. I (almost) did it the other day. Here's what happened.
In this podcast episode, Jen Glantz shares how she's organizing her to-do list for the end of the year so it's not overwhelming and a message on friendship and how she's been able to open up and build closer relationships with the people in her life - after 30-years of being known as "closed off" "hard to get to know" and a "giant mystery"
Once a year, Jen Glantz sits down and does a friendship inventory. This helps give a person clarity on the people in their lives, how they treated them, and what they can do to improve the relationship. This episode shares how you can do something similiar as a challenge this month.
In this episode, Jen Glantz shares four facts about her that you might not know - some of her own close friends don't even know. Plus, she shares how the Jewish New Year is a time to pause and set promises that you know you can keep for the end of the year. She shares exactly how to do that.
Jen recaps her trip to Montana and shares why it wasn't what she expected it to be. Plus, what kind of dates are important to put in your calendar now before the year passes you by and how to make sure you're celebrating YOU every single month.
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In this episode, Jen shares a trip she's taking today to a place she's wanted to visit forever - and the odd reason why she's going there - finally. Plus, she shares why it's so important to plan for what is next in your career and how to do that today, before you get laid-off or quit your job.
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It’s a simple question: when’s the last time you did something for the first time? Yet it’s so hard to answer. We can change our lives daily if we make small decisions to do things differently, even in small tiny ways.
In today's epsiode, Jen Glantz rattles off a ton of side hustles and odd gigs based on different personalities and hobbies that a peson has. Love dogs? Love sleep? Love wine? Love break-ups? Jen has side hustle suggestions for all these and more!
In today's episode, Jen Glantz shares what happened when she had COVID last week, what it was like getting her aura read, advice that was so simple she can't stop thinking about it, and why it's OK to let go of things you're doing just because.
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