Aurora Winter on Midlife Magic

The Finding Magic in Midlife Radio Show was produced and archived by Exceptional Wisdom Radio from August 2008 through June 1013, when EWR went off the air. I’m moving the show archives to Choosing To Be Fit because much of the wisdom I’ve gained about creating a body- mind-spirit fitness lifestyle came from reading books by and talking with these exceptional midlife women. The interviews are timeless. I hope you will get to know some of these brilliant, talented, and inspirational women and learn from them as I did.

If you would like to know more about the history of the Finding Magic in Midlife show, just click on the “Finding Magic” menu tab at the very top of this page. Or to get a complete list of all the interviews with links to each one, click here: Midlife Magic

Aurora Winter was interviewed on the Finding Magic in Midlife Show in March of 2011.

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Aurora Winter

Aurora Winter is a sought-after speaker, trainer, and author. She is the founder of the Grief Coach Academy, which is dedicated to training coaches how to coach their clients through grief, and From Heartbreak to Happiness®.

Her book From Heartbreak to Happiness is her intimate diary of healing after her husband died suddenly at the age of 33, leaving her widowed with a 4-year-old son. Dr. Wayne Dyer says about the book: “I read every page of this beautiful diary — it touched my heart and I’m sure it will impact yours.”

Formerly a film and TV executive producer, Aurora Winter has over a decade of experience with the media. She is a popular guest on radio, TV and print, and has reached over a million people with her message of hope, healing, and happiness. She has been featured on CNBC, ABC, Fox and Oprah Radio on the Dr. Laura Berman show, to name a few.

Aurora also co-stars with best-selling authors including Bernie Seigel (author of Love, Medicine, and Miracles) in the award-winning documentary feature film “What If”.

www.aurorawinter.com

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