Kathleen Gage is a woman of a certain age who is known as the “no-nonsense, common sense” online marketing strategist, speaker, author, product creation specialist, and owner of Power Up For Profits. Kathleen works with other woman of a certain age who identify as conscious entrepreneurs who are ready to quit playing small in order that they can get their signature message out in a BIG way through speaking, writing, information products and a targeted online presence.
Kathleen has been an online marketer for over 15 years and owned her current business since 1994.
Her clients are driven by making a difference through their own unique voice. As an early adopter of online marketing, Kathleen is known for cutting through the fluff and helping people leave their sob stories behind so they can stop focusing on the past and start looking towards the future. She speaks and teaches about what she believes are the core elements of a successful life: accountability, integrity, honesty, and living with passion and hope.
Kathleen believes in shattering stereotypes and definitely NOT settling for the status quo. She participated in her first full marathon at the age of 61 and is now an avid runner who participates in races of varying distances. When not working with clients, creating information products, writing books or speaking on the platform, Kathleen can be found training for a race, walking her dogs, working in her many flower gardens, feeding her horses or playing a fierce game of cards.
Her passion and guilty pleasure are fund raising and increasing awareness for horse and dog rescue organizations.
Kathleen lives in a rural community in central Oregon with my life partner of 27 years, several rescue animals including dogs, cats and horses and absolutely love the great outdoors.
Kathleen believes in visualizing the life you want supported by lots of focused action. One of her “bucket list” goals is to finish 100 races by the time she is 70. As a woman in my 60’s, she is well on her way with dozens under her belt including two full marathons.
Kathleen will be the first to say, “I’m not a fast runner, just a stubborn and passionate ole’ lady who refuses to act my age.”