The meaning of retirement has changed so much over the years that author Tammy Erickson says to retire it! In her new book, she says boomers have more options and don’t have to just leave their careers behind when they hit 65.
Author Marianne Williamson isn’t a stranger to the New York Times No. 1 Bestsellers List – she’s landed on there four times. Her newest book took her on a trip to Oprah, Larry King Live and Good Morning America.
You would think a four-time world age group triathlon champion would have trained at an early age, but Charley French started at the age of 56.
Talk about an unusual retirement plan. A world-famous gator trapper saved trophies from his catches to help fund his retirement. Anyone want a gator head?
He’s called “The Car Czar.” Robert Lutz developed some of the biggest, baddest muscle cars in the world. He spent decades keeping major car companies in the black. Now, at the age of 75, he’s determined to turn them green.
Many from the first wave of Peace Corps volunteers in the 1960s are getting a second chance to make a difference thanks to Chris Klose, who helped found Peace Corps Encore.
Trent Lane is not your average 95-year-old. Heck, he’s not your average 40-year-old!
After retiring at the ripe old age of 50, Pat Paciello realized he had a lot of living left. So, in between his four rounds of golf a week, he wrote a humorous book about the joys of aging and retirement.
Gino De Luca is living proof that you can become more creative as you age.
Cancer survivor Bernie Sher isn’t letting a little thing like retirement keep him from competing in the toughest triathlon competition in the world.