27 episodes

Living Her Next Phase is for bold, audacious moms who have made endless sacrifices raising kids and nurturing families and are now breaking free to do what they’ve put on hold for years. Join former corporate executive turned mompreneur, Bri Cobb, weekly, as she talks to inspiring moms who have reinvented themselves -- started businesses, changed careers, become authors, gotten fit and sexy, gotten social and become world travelers. Intermingling her own stories with those of her extraordinary mom guests, Bri motivates women to prioritize themselves, do what makes their hearts sing and embrace “selfish-ism” to launch their next phase.

Living Her Next Phase Podcast Bri Cobb

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    • 4.8 • 16 Ratings

Living Her Next Phase is for bold, audacious moms who have made endless sacrifices raising kids and nurturing families and are now breaking free to do what they’ve put on hold for years. Join former corporate executive turned mompreneur, Bri Cobb, weekly, as she talks to inspiring moms who have reinvented themselves -- started businesses, changed careers, become authors, gotten fit and sexy, gotten social and become world travelers. Intermingling her own stories with those of her extraordinary mom guests, Bri motivates women to prioritize themselves, do what makes their hearts sing and embrace “selfish-ism” to launch their next phase.

    EP 27. I Love Everything About Me with Author Fatima Scipio

    EP 27. I Love Everything About Me with Author Fatima Scipio

    When a woman is on a mission to bring all of her dreams to fruition, she is unstoppable. But often, she has to set aside her personal ambitions when her family, specifically her children, need her. Her dreams become deferred; however, it's usually for a finite time. When those children are almost out of the door and on their way to the next phase of their own independent lives, she dusts off her list and begins to tackle everything on it with great fervor.

    Fatima Scipio is an accomplished businesswoman who has authored four books, leads a media company, runs an organization that empowers young girls and leads a flourishing career in nonprofit management. Much success has come her way, however, in the true sense of motherhood, she recalls the time that she had to set her career aside to give her son her undivided attention and ensure that she was instrumental in establishing his path to success. She wanted the honor of getting to know more about him and being very present in all aspects of his life.

    Author Fatima Scipio recently published her new children's book entitled I Love Everything About Me. This book is on fire and the reviews are outstanding. Parents of young girls are loving the content and illustrations that all resonate so beautifully with their daughters.

    Here's what we discuss during the interview:

    1) Her reliance on faith to determine what she is called to do
    2) Temporarily leaving her career to be more present with her son
    3) Leveraging her superpowers to achieve success
    4) Inspiration for writing her new children's book
    5) Overcoming fears to get what she wants

    Learn more about this chic busy mom who is doing it all.

    You can follow Author Fatima Scipio here:

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fatimascipio/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/fatimascipio

    To purchase "I Love Everything About Me" book, visit Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

    Bri Cobb is the founder of Living Her Next Phase, a community of women who boldly, daringly and courageously start anew to get what they want and live their most fulfilling lives ever.

    She is a former corporate executive turned entrepreneur, who prioritized her family and lost sight of her own goals along the way. Bri now inspires women to go after the things they put on hold for years and speaks to women about being more selfish to avoid losing themselves along their journeys. Her kids will soon leave the nest, so she is planning and living her own next phase.

    • 52 min
    EP 26. How to Feel Better About Yourself by Dressing for Your Body Type Today

    EP 26. How to Feel Better About Yourself by Dressing for Your Body Type Today

    A woman's personal style is forever evolving. Life experiences and circumstances can affect her approach to style. Weight gain or weight loss, pregnancies, age and time, can introduce changes to her body, which in turn affect the clothing she purchases, how she styles herself and how the selected clothing drapes her body. These factors can contribute to her confidence level.

    I connect with Master Style Coach Michele Nidiffer for advice on how women can regain their confidence through style.

    In this interview, she highlights recommendations that women can embrace to feel more beautiful and confident in their everyday lives by selecting clothing based on their current body types.

    Michele empowers women through personal style and encourages them to dress for the body they are in right now. She is the founder of the StyleFinder Boutique, host of the Style by Mary Michele Podcast, creator of the online course, How to Find Your Signature Style, and author of the upcoming book "How to Wear Color with Confidence". Through her expertise, she becomes a problem solver who helps women discover how beautiful they really are.

    Here’s what we discuss during the interview:

    1) Evolution of personal style
    2) The power of color
    3) Connection between style and confidence
    4) Dress for the body you're in right now
    5) Style is not about labels

    You can follow Master Style Coach Michele Nidiffer here:

    Instagram: @stylebymarymichele and @shopstylefinder
    TikTok: @stylebymarymichele and @shopstylefinder
    Website: https://shopstylefinder.com/

    Join in on the conversation with Podcast Host Bri Cobb:

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/livinghernextphase/
    Website: https://www.livinghernextphase.com/

    Bri Cobb is the founder of Living Her Next Phase, a community of women who boldly, daringly and courageously start anew to get what they want and live their most fulfilling lives ever.

    She is a former corporate executive turned entrepreneur, who prioritized her family and lost sight of her own goals along the way. Bri now inspires women to go after the things they put on hold for years and speaks to women about being more selfish to avoid losing themselves along their journeys. Her kids will soon leave the nest, so she is planning and living her own next phase.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    EP 25. Grieving the Loss of a Time

    EP 25. Grieving the Loss of a Time

    When many of us were young adults, independent of our parents, early in our careers, we mapped out the life we wanted to live. But we all know that things don't always go as planned. We pivot when we encounter the reality of life.

    Motherhood is one of the greatest selfless experiences that requires countless sacrifices and compromises, and it potentially defers major parts of our plans. But when we are no longer needed in this role...

    Join the Living Her Next Phase community on IG: @livinghernextphase

    Check out livinghernextphase.com for all programs and previous podcast episodes.

    Bri Cobb is the founder of Living Her Next Phase, where women boldly, daringly and courageously start anew to get what they want and lead their most fulfilling lives.

    Bri is a mom of two who, over the years, always prioritized her family and lost sight of her own goals. Bri now speaks to women about being more selfish to avoid losing themselves along their journeys. Her kids will soon leave the nest, so she is planning and living her own next phase.

    Follow along for inspiration to live your next phase too.

    Don’t forget to RATE AND REVIEW this episode & SUBSCRIBE to stay up-to-date on all things Living Her Next Phase!

    • 12 min
    EP 24. Meant for More

    EP 24. Meant for More

    The titles of wife, mother, daughter, friend, businesswoman, careerwoman, and volunteer are all important aspects of a woman. But what about the things that are dear to you that you have neglected or put off for years?

    You know what you want. You may just be skeptical about whether or not you should go for it. Those darn limiting beliefs start to kick in and you don't take any action. Know that you’ll never be completely happy or content because you know that there is more that you want and need from life.

    Aren’t you meant for more?

    Check out the episode and share your thoughts. Let's chat on Instagram:

    www.instagram.com/livinghernextphase/

    Bri Cobb is the founder of Dine Couture, LLC, the premiere monthly fine dining society that curates dining experiences in select restaurants, featuring cuisines from around the world. It's membership is ideal for the professional, progressive, modern woman who wants to connect and bond with like-minded women.

    Join the dinner club here: www.dinecouture.com/

    Bri is a mom of two who, over the years, always prioritized her family and lost sight of her own goals. Bri now speaks to women about being more selfish to avoid losing themselves along their journeys. Her kids will soon leave the nest, so she is planning and living her own next phase.

    Follow along for inspiration to live your next phase too.

    Don’t forget to RATE AND REVIEW this episode & SUBSCRIBE to stay up-to-date on all things Living Her Next Phase!

    • 17 min
    EP 23. Oh, The Mind Games That Arrive Once You Turn 50

    EP 23. Oh, The Mind Games That Arrive Once You Turn 50

    Celebrating another year of life is truly a blessing, but it can also be a bitch. There are so many changes that arise -- mentally, physically, emotionally -- and, sometimes, it can be difficult to adjust. Your outlook on life changes and your approach to handling life's challenges differs from previous years. That magic number packs a powerful punch!

    Fifty used to seem so far away, but it came quickly and made its presence known.

    Check out the episode and share your thoughts. Let's chat on Instagram:

    www.instagram.com/livinghernextphase/

    Bri Cobb is the founder of Dine Couture, LLC, the premiere monthly fine dining society that curates dining experiences in select restaurants, featuring cuisines from around the world. It's membership is ideal for the professional, progressive, modern woman who wants to connect and bond with like-minded women.

    Join the dinner club here: www.dinecouture.com/

    Bri is a mom of two who, over the years, always prioritized her family and lost sight of her own goals. Bri now speaks to women about being more selfish to avoid losing themselves along their journeys. Her kids will soon leave the nest, so she is planning and living her own next phase.

    Follow along for inspiration to live your next phase too.

    Don’t forget to RATE AND REVIEW this episode & SUBSCRIBE to stay up-to-date on all things Living Her Next Phase!

    • 35 min
    EP 22. I'm Your Mother, Not Your Friend (Or Maybe I Am Now)

    EP 22. I'm Your Mother, Not Your Friend (Or Maybe I Am Now)

    At what point do your kids become your friends, if at all?

    For some parents, there is a clear, delineated line that will never be crossed. For others, they are open to the evolution of the relationship. What is your position?

    Check out the episode and share your thoughts. Let's chat on Instagram:

    www.instagram.com/livinghernextphase/

    Bri Cobb is the founder of Dine Couture, LLC, the premiere monthly fine dining society that curates dining experiences in select restaurants in New York City, featuring cuisines from around the world. It's a membership based dinner club for the professional, progressive, modern woman who wants to upgrade her social life and build her social network.

    Join the dinner club here: https://www.dinecouture.com/

    Bri is a mom of two who, over the years, always prioritized her family and lost sight of her own goals. Bri now speaks to women about being more selfish to avoid losing themselves along their journeys. Her kids will soon leave the nest, so she is planning and living her own next phase.

    Follow along for inspiration to live your next phase too.

    Don’t forget to RATE AND REVIEW this episode & SUBSCRIBE to stay up-to-date on all things Living Her Next Phase!

    • 18 min

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16 Ratings

Monique Edwards ,

Celebrate Selfish-ism

This episode hit home for me. It gave me permission to be in my feelings and it also let me know it is okay to start living out the life I dream about for myself now that both of my children have left the nest. Thank you Sabrina. I truly enjoy this podcast!

Carolinagirlinnj ,

Good Reflection!

Whew! This was a great reflection for me! It’s ok to be selfish! Love this!

Swaifam ,

Selfism

Selfism as long as it provides growth to not only you, but to all around you without detrimentally causing ill-effects, is always sound advice. Thanks for sharing unabashedly and unapologetically.

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