Kay Newton is a UK expat living in Mallorca, Spain. When I began Kuel Life I knew I needed an army of women who were already leading the charge to normalize aging for women.
I discovered Kay through social media and within five minutes into our first conversation we both realized we needed to combine forces.
Kay said “YES” to me when I had very little to offer… just a promise to build a Community where women in midlife & beyond can Share, Learn, Play, and Shop. A place where women can be seen and heard for their age and wisdom rather than despite it. Kay joined the roster of Thought Leaders at Kuel Life before there was one.
I was lucky enough to get to meet Kay Newton and spend time with her and her husband, James, this past May in Mallorca. Now, you can get a sneak peek into Kay right here.
A Sneak Peek Of Kay Newton.
KUELLIFE: What type of business do you own/run?
Kay: I am a Midlife Strategist, Author, Facilitator, International Speaker, and Retreat Leader.
KUELLIFE: What prompted you or drove you to become an entrepreneur? When?
Kay: My first job after university was in retail. I was bullied by the manager. It was then that I decided I would work for myself.
KUELLIFE: What’s your biggest struggle?
Kay: I don’t. If you struggle you will just tie yourself in knots. Go in flow, do the Cha-Cha (one step forward and one step back) it is much more fun.
“It is then that I know together we have created ripples that will change the world.”
Deal With It:
KUELLIFE: What is your biggest fear as an entrepreneur? How do you work through it?
Kay: For me, FEAR stands for: Fantasised Experiences Appearing Real. Sit with it, work out where it has come from and then deal with it.
KUELLIFE: How do you measure your success?
Kay: Lightbulb and goose pimple moments. If I see just one person get something new, see something differently (the lightbulbs) it gives me goose pimples. It is then that I know together we have created ripples that will change the world.
KUELLIFE: Finally, what advice would you give other women about taking an entrepreneurial path?
Kay: Never go it alone. Get support from other like-minded people who will challenge you and support you to be the best you can be.
If you can ever meet Kay Newton yourself, do yourself a favor – make it happen!