Re-Inventing Yourself After Divorce with Alison Hall

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Mandy Walker

By Mandy Walker | Aug 8th, 2023

Why Is Divorce a Good Time to Reinvent Yourself?

After divorce you can focus on what you have learned from the relationship and use that to better yourself and improve the relationships you have moving forward. This may take time, so be patient with yourself. During this time it may be beneficial to seek perspective from an objective friend, therapist, or life coach.

In this episode of Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle, I speak with reinvention specialist Alison Hall. Alison is the founder of Change Agent Coaching for Women, and her work is primarily focused on helping women to confidently lean into their strengths, find their purpose, dump the self-doubt, and reinvent themselves to create the lives they want and deserve. In this episode, we discuss how divorce can be an opportunity for growth and reinvention, and the importance of a positive perspective.

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Goals for Reinvention

About Alison

Throughout her career Alison has been an empowering force for women, both in her leadership roles within large corporations, and as an entrepreneur. She is a serial-learner, and she is passionate about sharing her knowledge with others.

Her 25-year corporate career included roles in investment management, audit, training, and senior-level recruiting and placement. When she branched out to become her own boss, she was able to take advantage of her understanding of processes and systems, marketing and sales, and human behavior to build successful businesses in the fields of fitness, logistics, real estate investment, and divorce mediation and litigation support.

Through her firm Whitehall Divorce Solutions Alison works to help divorcing women, many of whom face economic insecurity as they become single heads of households, reach equitable and informed financial settlements. Over the years she has become an advocate for financial security through self-employment. Via individual training and workshops, she has guided women to overcome obstacles and fear to launch successful businesses and secure their financial futures.

Alison’s mission as the Change Agent Coach is to help women with significant life experience identify their dream lives, and empower them to be their own Change Agents to bring big ideas to life. She believes that the world is full of limitless possibilities and ways in which we can feel fulfilled; that it is never too late to reinvent and reach for dreams; and that if we only have the one life to live, we’d better get cracking.

How to Reach Alison

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Mandy Walker

Mandy Walker

Mandy Walker is a divorce mediator and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® based in Boulder, Colorado. She works with individuals and couples helping them to end their relationships with dignity and respect, creating an understanding of the process and their options so they can feel confident in the decisions they’re making.


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