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Peace of Mind Transitions Founder Kaye Ginsberg Featured in Podcast for Woman Entrepreneurs

by | Nov 2, 2020 | News

October was National Women’s Small Business Month, and Peace of Mind Transitions founder Kaye Ginsberg was a featured guest speaker on The W Source podcast. The W Source is a unique network of local professional women and service providers.

podcast speakersKaye, and six other speakers from the Atlanta, GA chapter, spoke on the topic of “Spark to Flame: The personal stories behind their businesses.”

Kaye spoke about re-entering the workforce and how her spark for helping people became a thriving business in Senior Move Management, after a previous career spanning ten years in the advertising and publishing industry, followed by time at home raising her three children. In her podcast segment, Kaye stresses that women should listen to their inner voice, or that “spark” within them, when starting a business and taking that leap of faith.

Peace of Mind Transitions is a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM). Kaye and her team are passionate about Senior Move Management and assisting those who prefer to “age in place.” They understand the challenges that come with relocation. Whether downsizing to a smaller home or helping move a family member into senior living, independent living, assisted living, or memory care, Peace of Mind Transitions takes the stress out of moving for older adults and their families. They do this by taking care of the move for them from start to finish with compassion, respect, and a sense of humor.

You can listen to the whole podcast by clicking here. All the speakers and topics in the podcast were:

  • Kaye Ginsberg – Re-Entering the Workforce
  • Liz Goddard – Reluctant Entrepreneur
  • Christine Hinton – Saying Yes (when you aren’t sure)
  • Jennifer J. Johnston – Starting at the End
  • Michele Perloe – Reinventing Herself
  • Amy Refeca – Driven to Protect
  • Dina White – Stepping into and Moving Forward a Generational Business