Nov. 1, 2021

Coach Chris Klesh Can Help You Travel for Pennies on the Dime

Coach Chris Klesh is a travel expert who wants people to know how to travel well and often by using his travel hacks and tips. He shares advice on flying and lodging that you should consider before planning your next …

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Oct. 21, 2021

Shawn Dimartile: Investing in Financial Freedom and Stress Reduction

As an air traffic controller, Shawn Dimartile knows stress and knows how to handle it. But he's been working on a side hustle for awhile that will allow him to retire from his career very early. He plans to enjoy …

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Oct. 12, 2021

Jeff Leisawitz: Helping others find joy and connection in their art

Introduced to music from The Who at summer camp as a boy, he became enthralled with the arts of every kind. Today Jeff Leisawitz is a life coach for "heart-centered" creative people. He is also the author of Not F*ing …

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Sept. 22, 2021

Andy Robin: Living and Preaching the Tapas Life

When retirement coach, Andy Robin, bumped into a friend a few years ago, he was asked how his retirement was going. Andy spontaneously responded that he was living the "tapas life." Upon reflection, he realized that his lifestyle, which was...

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Sept. 15, 2021

Ron Hoffman: A very humble lifetime of striving for success

Ron Hoffman was only 17 years old when he started college at UCLA. His only interest in attending college was to play baseball. Although he was a great player, an injury and then an illness sidelined him, and he left …

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Aug. 23, 2021

Carole Soder: Coaching Women to Prioritize Their Fitness and Health

Carole Soder is a retiring school counselor who is taking her side gig as a nutrition coach and personal trainer to the next level. Discovering her own strength and motivation in mid-life, Carole knows women have more strength than they …

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Aug. 11, 2021

Tiffany Moore: Humanitarian Entrepreneur Coach

Tiffany Moore, human rights activist, always wanted to make the world better for others through her service. By the time she completed her Master's degree, she was burned out from the workload. Then as an employee in the non-profit sphere, …

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July 27, 2021

Kim "Kid" Curry: Authoring a Redesigned Life with MS

Kim "Kid" Curry was riding high running one of the top radio stations in the country in Miami for nine years. Prior to that, he was one of the top DJ's in the US for two decades. Life was exciting …

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July 12, 2021

Dr. Sara Zeff Geber: Dedicated Advocate for Solo Agers

Dr. Sara Zeff Geber is a certified retirement coach and author of Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers. Sara has valuable information and suggestions for how to age safely and happily whether you don't have children or whether you have...

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June 29, 2021

Whatever Fills You in Retirement is a Good Retirement

I talk to some really interesting people on this podcast. But in this episode, I'm only talking to You. I want to be sure I am clear that everyone's retirement looks different, and the most important factor in your retirement …

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June 19, 2021

John Teng: On a heroic journey to help others in mid-life challenges

Civil Engineer John Teng, realized at a young age that the lifestyle he craved was up to him to achieve. After years of perseverance, it was his, but in mid-life, he sought mental help when things began to fall apart …

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June 6, 2021

Vickie Braden: Her Pivot Helps You to Be Medicare Savvy

When Vickie Braden lost a job she loved, she didn't know where she was headed but knew she wanted to make a difference. A serendipitous encounter with strangers in an airport led her to a new and fulfilling career. Vickie …

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May 27, 2021

Stan Lieberman: A Lifetime Scholar and Renaissance Man

Stan Lieberman had many career options following college. Though he loved philosophy then, and still does today, his professor suggested he find another career for financial reasons. Once Stan saw Sputnik launch into space, he knew he wanted to be …

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May 7, 2021

Grace Shelley: Removing Mud to Expose Beauty

Grace Shelley is a Fine Art and Photographic Artist. Growing up in Alaska, traveling the world, and living in Southern California have inspired her paintings and her photography. She is able to see through mud to showcase water lilies, and …

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April 2, 2021

Cyn Colip and Chris Ryan: Building a Business and a Lifestyle as a Te…

Cyn Colip and Chris Ryan, married 33 years, are heading toward their retirement years together with their business, Ryan Video Productions. Far from preparing to put their feet up though, this couple is building the business and carving out their …

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April 1, 2021

Cyn Colip and Chris Ryan: Building a Business and a Lifestyle as a Te…

Cyn Colip and Chris Ryan, married 33 years, are heading toward their retirement years together with their business, Ryan Video Productions. Far from preparing to put their feet up, though, this couple is building the business and carving out their …

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March 18, 2021

John Biethan and Stephanie Murphy: An Extraordinary Couple Builds The…

Thirteen years ago John Biethan and Stephanie Murphy were enjoying a long and wonderful relationship together in Santa Fe, New Mexico. An injury to Stephanie changed her goals and perspective, and the couple decided to go separate ways. Reuniting over...

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March 8, 2021

Cheryl Collins: A Realtor with Boundless Energy and Possibilities

Cheryl Collins is an enthusiastic, licensed realtor and is about to become a broker. In our conversation she told me that her pivot from a retail saleswoman to a realtor in retirement will serve her well for the rest of …

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Feb. 17, 2021

Carolyn B. Reinmiller: The Water Rises To Its Level

Carolyn Reinmiller of Carolyn B. Reinmiller Public Relations still has her finger on the pulse of how to promote businesses after 39 years in the industry.But that's not the only place where her hands are hard at work. Carolyn Reinmiller …

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Feb. 8, 2021

Larry Indiviglia Cherishes a 126-Day Love In Spite of Loss

Larry Indiviglia was looking online for a woman to date. When he met Gayle, he was instantly drawn to her and to her honesty that she had been battling Stage IV breast cancer. Their relationship was profound, life-changing, and brief. …

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Jan. 26, 2021

Anita Bennett: Retirement is Sweeter for Her and Her Community

Anita Bennett is the candy maker for Sunset Bay Candy. After being let go from her administrative assistant job, she decided to pursue her lifelong hobby of making candy and sharing it with others. The bonus is that she's truly …

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Jan. 21, 2021

Rayna Neises: A Coach For the Caregiving Season

When Rayna Neises' father developed dementia, she began commuting 200 miles to help her sister care for their dad. Somewhere along the way, it became necessary to move him into Rayna's home until he passed away. She shares their story …

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Dec. 16, 2020

Jack Cummings: Fighting for Fair Senior Housing Rights

"We are undergoing a Vitality Revolution, so it's no longer the case that old people are just doddering, pathetic creatures that need all sorts of sustaining stuff." –Jack Cummings Jack Cummings is an independent consulting actuary, and senior...

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Nov. 8, 2020

Dr. Wayne Anderson: From Family Practice to Practicing Mindfulness an…

Dr. Wayne Anderson retired from Family Practice three years ago but he hit the ground running even though he had no time to prepare for this stage while he was working. Dr. Anderson made a plan to keep himself structured …

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