Susan Spaulding

Susan Spaulding

Susan Spaulding’s entrepreneurial mindset and decades’ long career in marketing has helped business owners, executives, and C-suite leaders prepare for a successful transition to “Life 2.0.”

Susan knew that the “silver tsunami” of retiring Baby Boomers meant that millions are asking some tough questions: What do I do after I retire? How can I prepare my business for a successful hand-off? Can I reinvent my career?

Drawing on her unique understanding of the Boomer generation and their drive to do retirement differently, Susan created Recalibrate for Life 2.0 and the Transition Navigation System. Both offer powerful, streamlined processes to help exiting leaders create a plan, both for the businesses they are leaving and the new lives they hope to create for themselves.

Susan’s 30-plus year career in marketing and management consulting brings together her hallmark curiosity about how things work and her savvy on human behavior. She leverages insights, ideas, and strategies for helping others to create an inspiring future for themselves and their businesses.

Her expertise and experience offers top leaders strategic paths for navigating the challenges of leaving behind a business, starting a new career, and finding success in Life 2.0. By offering an innovative system for engineering a clean exit and new interests, Susan has helped clients all over the world recalibrate for personal and business success.

She lives and works in Kansas City where she consults on business strategies, coaches C-suite executives, and writes about the dynamic trends in business and leadership transitions.

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Susan Spaulding joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the importance of planning your retirement to include who is going to be part of your community, when you make that shift.
Susan Spaulding joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why you need people in your life who are compatible with how your life will change in retirement.
Susan Spaulding joins Jim Blasingame to talk about what it looks like when leaders don’t prepare for career downsizing, including emotionally and financially.