Welcome to the podcast! Today I’m very excited to be joined by Susan Winter (Allowing Magnificence and Older Women/Younger Men). Susan is a bestselling author and relationship expert specializing in higher thinking for an evolving world. She writes, speaks and coaches on cutting-edge partnership models as well as traditional relationship challenges from a platform that fosters self-esteem and personal empowerment.
Having graduated from Indiana University’s School of Music, her experience as a professional communicator led her from Opera singer to On-Camera Anchor. Transitioning from the stage to TV, Susan became the host/moderator of Corporate Profiles on FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK (now CNBC). Prior to that position, she spent a decade as the On-Camera Spokeswoman for over 200 of the Fortune 500 companies. Susan is the recipient of numerous awards in the field of business communications.
Given her vast media expertise, she’s worked as a Consultant for the TELEVISION BUREAU OF ADVERTISING, MIRAMAX FILMS (Tadpole), and in strategic alliances with MCGARRYBOWEN’s Fortune 100 clientele. Aware that foundational shifts in social consciousness alter consumer preference, Susan’s understanding of human behavior helps her clients anticipate trends while connecting to the heartbeat of their customers.
Susan’s first book, “Older Women/Younger Men” quickly became an international bestseller as it opened the hearts and minds of readers’ worldwide to the validity of this type of age-gap love. Susan’s second book, “Allowing Magnificence” completely reframes how we view life’s challenges, empowering the reader to reconnect with the limitless power they already possess. Susan is currently a contributing writer for The Huffington Post and The Good Men Project.
What you’ll hear in this episode
- Why men are attracted to older women
- Why this relationship evokes negative reactions
- How relationships are evolving
- The dynamics between age gap relationships: older women/younger men, older man/younger women
- The influence money and power has on the relationships women choose to engage in
- What inspired Susan to write her books “Allowing Magnificence” and “Older Women/Younger Men.”
- The lessons we can learn from these relationships