The Retirement Conversation
In this edition of our retirement podcast our guest is Ted Carr, a thoughtful and interesting blogger and podcaster on early retirement who we enjoy following. People often think of retirement as a single phase of life,
We all want to stay sharp. Cognitive functioning is a key part of healthy aging. But is working longer helpful or harmful to your brain health? Well, it depends. In this episode of our retirement podcast, Dawn Carr of Florida State University discusses...
Richard Eisenberg, the Managing Editor of PBS’ Nextavenue.org joins our retirement podcast . to share his insights. Next Avenue is the PBS site for people 50+, where he is also the editor of the Money and Work & Purpose channels. - Previously,
As an author and journalist, Carol Hymowitz has a unique perspective on the world of work, longevity and how some savvy employers are wising up and leveraging older workers. Recently a visiting scholar at Stanford’s Center on Longevity,
Whether it's to gain greater flexibility, to find a way to generate extra income in retirement or to create a second act career as a consultant, the gig economy offers both opportunities and challenges. In fact,
Do you know anyone who's enjoying semi-retirement? It's an option worth considering. - In this episode we talk with Author, Keynote Speaker and Communications Strategist Sam Horn, about her new book Someday Is Not a Day in the Week: 10 Hacks to Make t...
Thinking about a mid-life career shift? - In this episode, we catch up with Jeff Tidwell, who is the CEO and Co-Founder of Next For Me, a resource that “connects and inspires our generation to evolve our post-50 lives through new work, a new purpose,
In this episode, we catch up with retiree, author, and blogger Bob Lowry, who has been blogging about having a productive and fulfilling retirement at Satisfying Retirement.com for the past 9 years. How to Retire to a Satisfying Retirement
How do you prepare for retirement when you love what you do? It's especially hard when your work has become who you are. - In this episode we talk with Michelle Pannor Silver, of The University of Toronto,
Welcome to the third episode of our Noteworthy Series, where we highlight an article that we think warrants your attention and host a conversation with a relevant guest. - Today’s article is The Power of Wakeup Calls by Gregg Levoy (Psychology Today –...