I hunt down senior life coaches like Mr. Fudd hunts down his famous “wascally wabbit”, and just like the elusive Mr. Bunny, I find they are few and far between. I need to hear from others who are experiencing some of the stuff I encounter when simply trying to help others live a full senior life.
What folks don’t know is that we are supplying a dual service. We feel better when living our passion and we hope to bring others along. So simple, but some make it difficult, so reach harder for them. You know, they say you can lead a horse to water but can’t make him drink. Well, I think I would throw it in his face, so he at least learns what it feels like. He might get thirsty and remember where he first encountered it.
Zenobia Silas-Carson is a native of Chicago IL who has lived in Minnesota for the last 30 years. She has worked as an advocate for battered women, and those being released from the prison system. Zenobia is also a former elementary school teacher and nursing assistant. Currently she resides and works in a fifty-five plus community where she holds the position of office assistant and activities director. She facilitates three food programs, is the proprietor of Zenobia’s Community Store and in her so called spare time is a life coach for seniors. In her other spare time she is a mother grandmother, great grandmother and licensed minister.