Mentoring Moments: What's On Your Bucket List?

Presented by Forbes on PodcastOne

A podcast for smart, witty, and bold women, and every so often an amazing guy, who are sharing their triumphs and their skids. In the Mentoring Moments Podcast Series, Forbes contributor, author and entrepreneur Denise Restauri, invites listeners into her NYC apartment to tap into her conversations with successful women who share and open up about their vulnerable moments. From high points, to when good ideas go bad, to moments of sudden insight when you just you know you have to risk it all, Mentoring Moments explores advice and thinking that can take on life's unexpected hurdles and challenges. 

We sometimes need to put down the bags... and to take the time to say the things that can change someone’s life.
— Denise Restauri

Do you ever fear what your next step may be? Do you ever think... what would happen if I got fired tomorrow? Do you sometimes feel your work has taken over your identity and you don't know what you would be without it?  


In this podcast, Denise Restauri meets up with a mother and son duo who are challenging convention and living their lives to the full together, learning from each other and pairing up to fulfil the ultimate bucket list. Mother Rebecca, a self-confessed workaholic, was fired at the age of 75, facing a dramatic lifestyle change, uncertainty, emptiness and a fear of what to do next. Her son Sian-Pierre Regis, meanwhile, was finding and losing his way with his site Swagger, an online platform that set out to offer an unfiltered lens into street art and culture. With his mother's sudden change in lifestyle, Sian-Pierre decided to join his mother on a bucket list adventure and film it: Duty Free the documentary was born, together with the journey of a lifetime!

As they discuss life lessons, ups and downs, experience and learning curves, this podcast ultimately unveils the importance of building relationships, family bonds, and living beyond your work. They look at the differences between what they want to do and what they're done with doing. It's authentic, it's inspiring, and it's a heart-warming listen to how you can take a negative moment and look at it from a completely new, forward thinking perspective.