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Kickass Boomers is THE PLACE to find inspiration and motivation for boomers from 55-100 to help them live a "Life Inspired". Terry interviews boomers who Refuse to Age and are living a life of purpose and passion into their 60's, 70's, and beyond. Subscribe now for your weekly dose of inspiration.
 
This podcast is for Experts, Professionals, Small Business Owners and Baby Boomers who want to learn "If You Change your Mindset.. You Change Your Results" In Growing your Sales, Business and Yourself. Learn to "How To Monetize their Knowledge" and "Learn to Rethink The Sales Funnel" I will give you actionable tips to increase your success in business and in your life.
 
"Living Fully with Dr. Kathy McCoy" is for Baby Boomers and Generation Xers who are seeking to balance their busy lives, enhance their relationships and understand their feelings. In these weekly podcasts, psychotherapist Dr. Kathy McCoy discusses issues such as how to improve relationships with adult children, deal with depression, anxiety and "emotional clutter", how to make marriage work in retirement, come to terms with troubling feelings about aging parents and the aging process itself.
 
TV CONFIDENTIAL (www.televisionconfidential.com) talks to the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV Confidential often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
 
You’re a woman on the cusp of “retirement” naturally feeling some anxiety. We are two financial planners who take this subject seriously (but ourselves less so). We will help you feel more confident about your choices by cutting through the myths and mysteries. Through conversations and interviews with both subject-experts and women who have gone through what you are approaching, you will have the correct information and motivation to be in control of your future.
 
A podcast that combines timeless pop culture discussions with hilarious banter between comedian Josh Accardo and actress Maureen Van Zandt (The Sopranos). The podcast dives DEEP into American pop culture in America and where we're going wrong. From "millennials" to news and politics. Music to the archetype of celebrity: no topic is off limits. #GenGapNation
 
Repurpose Your Career podcast brought to you by Career Pivot is a podcast for those of us in the 2nd half of life to come together to discuss how repurpose our careers for the 21st century. Come listen to career experts give you proven strategies, listen to people like you tell their stories on how they repurposed their careers and finally get your questions answered. Your host, Marc Miller, has made six career pivots over the last 30 years. He understands this is not about jumping out of th ...
 
Second Act Career Coaching where Recruiter and Career Coach Tim Hansen shares Tips & Advice for people seeking out new work and income opportunities in their Second Half who find themselves frustrated when continually encountering the following phrases, 'I'm overqualified', 'I rarely hear back from companies when I apply online', 'My interview went great but after they asked about my salary expectations I never heard back from them again' then you've come to the right place. At SecondActCare ...
 
Planet BoomerVille is for Baby Boomers, those born between 1946-1964. It is about remaining Stellar and Living Life Lively in the finite time we have remaining. That means Baby Boomer brain and physical health. Baby Boomer family relationships, love, Boomer sex, romance, Boomer Dating, grey divorce, Baby Boomer retirement, finances, and new business ventures. Making new friends and appreciating old friends. Lot's of music, new and old. It is about baby boomers new life beginning and adventur ...
 
Host Dr. Andrea Wilkinson has a PhD in Psychology, with a specialization in Cognitive Aging. She has been studying brain fitness and cognitive maintenance for over 15 years. The BrainShape Podcast discusses the hottest issues, topics, interests and concerns related to healthy aging and brain health for aging adults, older adults, seniors and baby boomers who want to learn about how to stay mentally and physically engaged for as long as possible. What are the tips and techniques that promote ...
 
Exclusive interviews with lifestyle business owners, top entrepreneurs, and some of the most successful business and life coaches working today. Eavesdrop as online business experts reveal the secrets of internet marketing and starting a lifestyle business. Learn how to make passive income online, and get the tools you need to finally make that career change you've been dreaming about. Charlie Poznek helps you connect with the entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, and resources you need to finally ma ...
 
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Description: This week I am speaking with Keith Stolzenbach, who I was introduced to by my friends at EnCorps STEM Teachers Program. Keith spent much of his career as a professor at MIT and UCLA. When he decided to retire in his late 60s he decided to become a high school science teacher. With the help from the EnCorps program, he is now a chemistr…
 
Our Kickass Boomer of the Day is Sharon Christie, a nurse for 6 years and a lawyer for 35. She joins us today to talk about her career as a serial professional, particularly her new business coaching female lawyer-entrepreneurs at Bold Women Lawyers. She also shares some inspiring pieces of advice for boomers who are now contemplating retirement. J…
 
From June 2011: Film and television historian Douglas Brode (Shooting Stars of the Small Screen) joins Ed for a tribute to James Arness and the legacy of Gunsmoke (CBS, 1975-1975). Topics this segment include how series creator Charles Marquis Warren originally sought to capture the essence of High Noon every week, and how the tone of Gunsmoke took…
 
From June 2011: Film and television historian Douglas Brode (Shooting Stars of the Small Screen) joins Ed for a look at the legacy of Gunsmoke. Topics this segment include how Gunsmoke changed in another fundamental way once the series expanded to an hour in 1961. Whereas the half-hour episodes focused primarily on Matt Dillon and the other core re…
 
Sunday, June 6, 2021 marked the fiftieth anniversary of the final broadcast of The Ed Sullivan Show, a Sunday night tradition on CBS television for twenty-three years. With that in mind, we take you back to June 2011, when Tony, Donna and Ed remember the premiere of The Ed Sullivan Show, then known as Toast of the Town, on June 20, 1948. Want to ad…
 
From June 2011: Tony, Donna, and Ed remember the death of George Carlin on June 22, 2008. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They’re great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email sales@adver…
 
Who wants to be a millionaire? Learn the secrets of a real estate side hustle from author, realtor, and property investor, Michael Dominguez. You too can become an Armchair Real Estate Millionaire when you know how to spot the signs of a good housing market worthy of your investment.By Ann E Nelson
 
TVC 541.1: Mark Dawidziak, longtime TV critic for the Cleveland Plain-Dealer and author of The Columbo Phile and many other books on American pop culture, joins Tony, Donna, and Ed for a roundtable discussion about Norman Lloyd, the legendary actor, producer, and director who passed away Tuesday, May 11 at age 106. Lloyd’s career not only spanned t…
 
TVC 541.2: Tony, Donna, and Ed continue their discussion with Mark Dawidziak about the life and career of Norman Lloyd. Topics this segment include how Lloyd’s many contributions to both Alfred Hitchcock Presents and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour as producer and director (including the classic episodes “Man from the South” and “The Jar”); why Lloyd was…
 
TVC 541.3: Tony, Donna, and Ed continue their discussion with Mark Dawidziak about the life of Norman Lloyd. Topics this segment included how the Red Scare of the early 1950s impacted Lloyd’s career. Norman Lloyd passed away Tuesday, May 11 at age 106. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle ad…
 
TVC 541.4: Geoff Littlefield joins us for Part 2 of our celebration of the centennial birthday of Nelson Riddle. Topics this segment include Riddle’s collaborations in the early 1980s with Linda Ronstadt—a platinum-selling trilogy of albums of American pop standards that, in many respects, was the coda of Riddle’s illustrious career. Geoff’s latest…
 
Your mental resources are limited. What are you doing that either preserves or drains the quality of your mental energy and vibrancy? In this episode, Dr. Andrea covers three tips you can use to help preserve your mental energy: 1. Monitor your consumption; 2. Do an energy audit; and 3. Implement healthy lifestyle behaviours. Tune in to learn more …
 
Description: I just returned from a 4 week trip to Austin Texas where my wife and I were vaccinated, I renewed my Texas driver's license and took care of a lot of other business. I put out the word that I was interested in having meetings with anyone who wanted to chat with me while I was in Austin to my email list and to my personal Facebook page.…
 
TVC 541.5: Ed and guest co-host Chuck Harter welcome actress, filmmaker, songwriter, and minister Alison Mills Newman (Julia, The Leslie Uggams Show, Francisco). Alison’s latest project, The Tree Widow, is a series of faith-based films about a charismatic woman who helps young people (and, particularly, young women) make better choices in their liv…
 
TVC 541.6: Alison Mills Newman discusses her early stage performances with the American Theater of Being, one of the first prominent L.A.-based stage companies to showcase African-American actors, and how that paved the way for her network TV debut in 1965, opposite James Franciscus and Lois Nettleton, in a well-received episode of Mr. Novak that o…
 
Our Kickass Boomer of the Day is Chris Vasiliadis, an author, speaker, and founder of Priority Wellness. A self-proclaimed Burnout-Buster, she helps overwhelmed professionals regain and reclaim their energy through her time-proven skills, techniques, and recommendations. Chris is also a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach. She's been…
 
From June 2012: Ed welcomes David Misch, writer and producer for such shows as Mork & Mindy, Saturday Night Live, Late Night with David Letterman, and Police Squad! David's book Funny: The Book: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Comedy, is an entertaining look at the art of comedy from conceivable angle: historical, musical, psychological,…
 
TVC 540.1: Ed welcomes Geoffrey Littlefield, author of Nelson Riddle: Music with a Heartbeat, a cradle to grave look at the complex, but often forlorn genius who was one of the chef architects of the Great American Songbook. Known for his many collaborations with Frank Sinatra, as well as such other music greats as Dean Martin, Nat King Cole, Ella …
 
TVC 540.2: Geoffrey Littlefield, author of Nelson Riddle: Music with a Heartbeat, talks to Ed about Riddle’s work during the golden era of movies and television, including the themes to Route 66 and The Blue Knight and the score for the 1966 Batman movie. Written with the consent of the Nelson Riddle estate, Nelson Riddle: Music with a Heartbeat in…
 
Do you want to know how to future hack your life so you can live the life you want? Scott Jarred from, FutureHackMyLife.com, shares how to get ahead using a roadmap to success. Are you stuck with a scarcity mindset? Learn how to become an abundant thinker to reach your full financial potential.By Ann E Nelson
 
TVC 540.3: Ed welcomes bestselling author and nationally known advertising writer Michael Shevack. Michael’s latest book, Soul Lessons from The Wizard of Oz: How to Follow Your Yellow Brick Road, makes the case that The Wizard of Oz is not just a great story, but a pathway to profound spiritual lessons that can help us move away from the dull, flat…
 
Tapping (or Emotional Freedom Techniques) is a tool used to help reduce emotional distress, worry, stress, etc. This technique involves using your fingertips to tap along specific points on the body (primarily on the head and face) in a particular sequence. While tapping, the individual focuses on the issues they wish to address. Meridian tapping i…
 
TVC 540.4: An encore presentation of December 2012 conversation with Charles Grodin, the actor known around the world for his appearances in such films as Rosemary's Baby, Catch-22, Midnight Run, The Heartbreak Kid, Seems Like Old Times, and the Beethoven movies, as well as his popular CNBC talk show, his daily commentaries for CBS Radio, and his n…
 
TVC 540.5: From December 2012: Charles Grodin talks to Ed about why Lee Strasberg, by his own admission, was a better teacher than actor; what makes a good talk show host and a good radio commentator; and Grodin’s own approach to acting, which includes listening, responding, and the ability to personalize the journey of whatever character he plays.…
 
TVC 540.6: From December 2012: Charles Grodin talks more about his “personalization” approach to acting, as well as how some of the choices he made in selecting roles changed over the years. He also shares a few poignant memories of his friendship with Johnny Carson. Charles Grodin passed away on May 18 at age eighty-six. Want to advertise/sponsor …
 
TVC 452.1: Ed welcomes Torchy Smith, host of Baby Boomers Talk Radio and author of Shooting the Breeze with Baby Boomer Stars: Surprising Celebrity Conversations for the Retro Generation, a collection of fifty first-hand accounts of such Baby Boomer celebrities as Jerry Mathers, Bill Mumy, Cubby O'Brien, Stephen Furst, Judy Norton, Cindy Williams, …
 
TVC 452.2: Part 2 of Greg Ehrbar’s interview with author and TV historian Herbie J Pilato, author of Twitch Upon a Star: The Bewitching Life and Career of Elizabeth Montgomery and Mary: The Mary Tyler Moore Story, the first objective cradle-to-grave biography of the star of The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Want to advertise/spo…
 
TVC 452.2a: The conclusion of Greg Ehrbar’s interview with Herbie J Pilato, author of Twitch Upon a Star: The Bewitching Life and Career of Elizabeth Montgomery and Mary: The Mary Tyler Moore Story. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition…
 
TVC 452.3: Ed welcomes Kevin Hamiliton and Ned O’Gorman, co-authors of Lookout America: The Secret Hollywood Studio at the Heart of the Cold War, the inside story of Lookout Mountain Laboratory—a secret motion picture studio, run by the U.S. Government, that was officially known as 1352nd Photographic Group of the United States Air Force. Lookout M…
 
TVC 452.4: Kevin Hamiliton and Ned O’Gorman, co-authors of Lookout America: The Secret Hollywood Studio at the Heart of the Cold War, discuss how Oscar-winning actor and U.S. Air Force reserve brigadier general James Stewart lent gravitas to the efforts of Lookout Mountain Laboratory and the subtle connection between the secret Hollywood studio and…
 
TVC 452.5: Torchy Smith, host of Baby Boomers Talk Radio and author of Shooting the Breeze with Baby Boomer Stars: Surprising Celebrity Conversations for the Retro Generation, shares some insight into his approach to interviewing such Baby Boomer celebrities as Bill Mumy, Stephen Furst, George Wyner, and Angela Cartwright, plus he reveals the secre…
 
Our Kickass Boomer of the Day is Jeannine Mitchell, a teacher of over 30 years for the Council Rock School District and currently chairperson of the Environmental Advisory Council of Doylestown Township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She is passionate about native plants, birds and volunteering. Join me in this episode and learn why Jeannine is a K…
 
Retiring by the age of 65 is a process that contains many more moving pieces than most people think. In this episode, we tackle these factors one-by-one and offer some advice on how to cover all your bases before taking the plunge into retirement. The first question we have to address is, why 65? It’s true that, historically, Social Security kicked…
 
From June 2013: Bob Mills, former staff writer for The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts and longtime writer for comedian Bob Hope, joins Ed in the studio for a conversation that originally aired on June 26, 2013---but which was actually recorded on May 29, 2013, the day that would have marked Bob Hope's 110th birthday. Topics this segment include why H…
 
From June 2013: Bob Mills, longtime writer for comedian Bob Hope and author of The Laugh Makers, joins Ed in the studio for a conversation that was recorded on May 29, 2013, the day that would have marked Bob Hope's 110th birthday. Topics this segment include how Bob wrote for Hope's stage act as well as for his TV specials, and how Hope managed to…
 
From June 2013: Bob Mills, longtime writer for comedian Bob Hope and author of The Laugh Makers, joins Ed in the studio for a conversation that was recorded on May 29, 2013, the day that would have marked Bob Hope's 110th birthday. In this segment Bob gives Ed and the listeners insight into how Hope's writers put together a typical monologue for hi…
 
From June 2013: Bob Mills, longtime writer for comedian Bob Hope and author of The Laugh Makers, joins Ed in the studio for a conversation that was recorded on May 29, 2013, the day that would have marked Bob Hope's 110th birthday. In this segment Bob talks about the final years of Bob's television career. The Laugh Makers not only provides great i…
 
TVC 539.1: From May 2014: Tony, Donna, and Ed remember Small Talk, the first Our Gang comedy produced with sound (original release date: Apr. 18, 1929) and Dancing Romeo, the very last Our Gang comedy produced (original release date: Apr. 29, 1944). Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle adver…
 
TVC 539.2: Greg and Ed discuss the ClassicFlix DVD release of Public Defender, starring Reed Hadley. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They’re great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email …
 
When should you take a break from work? Learn the power of having a mid-life gap year. Lisette Smith, from The Advisory Group of San Francisco, is a pioneer of the Midlife Gap Year concept as part of the financial planning process. Learn the secrets of creating more energy and fulfillment with planned breaks to give you and your future more choices…
 
TVC 539.3: Greg and Ed discuss the MPI Video complete series DVD release of Man with a Camera, the only weekly network television series starring Charles Bronson. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They’re great to wo…
 
This week we keep it in the family.. Josh Accardo & Maureen Van Zandt welcome Romance Writer & Josh's wife Lauren Accardo. Lauren's first novel comes out TODAY (May 25th). Published by Penguin Random House branch Berkeley Romance. Lauren talks about how losing musical theater due to a bad review by a teacher in college set her life up to find anoth…
 
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