Season 1

Nov. 22, 2021

Mike Montague Challenges Adults to Play

Want your holidays to be more fun and meaningful? Add play into your schedule! Mike Montague is the founder of Playful Humans. He believes being playful at any age can combat burnout and can make life feel longer because we …

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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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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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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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Oct. 29, 2020

Chris Shea: Writer Who Draws to Connect With Her Community

Chris Shea is an accomplished author and artist, and retirement is not on her radar. She built and still owns a greeting card company, Lifesighs Cards, and has many books to her name. Chris also writes Lifesighs Daily Thoughts, a …

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Oct. 22, 2020

Alan Mindell: Author, Olympian, Reinventor of Self

Alan Mindell notes that the characters in his books lead more interesting lives than his own, but he has a lot of projects and activity in his reinvented life. He is a published author of two books, with a third …

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Oct. 11, 2020

John Sanders

Putting Money and Time Where His Mouth Is

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Oct. 3, 2020

Peter Seltser: Serving Others With Music

"It's never about me. It's what can I do for You?"

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Sept. 27, 2020

Tom McGrew: Wired to Thrive on Change

Marketing and Sales expert, Tom McGrew, has had many roles and seen tremendous changes in his career. He has succeeded with every change. Tom is quick to analyze the effects of change in industry on all levels and says he's …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Richard Blue Uses a Lifetime of Career Experience to Coach Others

Richard Blue is a career coach who has had decades of experience in human resources at Polaroid and at Tufts University, to name a few of his roles. Over time he developed a life goal to have a significant, positive …

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Sept. 4, 2020

Kate Torri: From Empty Nester to Successful Actor

Kate Torri is my Aunt. She was a dedicated full-time mother when her son was growing up, but had been working on her acting skills for decades when time allowed. Once she had an empty nest, Kate was able to …

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Aug. 6, 2020

Author and Singer, Peter Marin

The therapeutic value of music and writing

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