If you live your life a little bit more creatively, you’re going to start owning your time and ultimately your life. Artist and author Liz Kitchens explains how she helps Boomer women be brave and lose the beige in their lives.
The New York Times has called him the voice of aging Boomers. Find out how he’s redefining what it means to age in America and how he’s helping those over 50 and 60 discover new, fulfilling careers and ways to stay active and relevant.
Nothing can hold you back in life like a bad relationships and nothing else can make you soar like a good one. Best-selling author Lisa Oz helps you discover your “authentic self,” which she says will have ripple effects on EVERY relationship.
What if everything we thought we knew about aging is wrong? Dr. Leslie Martin is using an eight-decades long study to debunk a lot of the commonly held beliefs about the secrets of a long and healthy life. Her results are fascinating.
Many of us get so caught up with the stuff we have to do every day, such as work and family obligations, that we forget one of the things we should be doing — having fun. Joe Robinson wants us to retrain our brains.
He is changing the way corporate America thinks and acts by putting the focus on inspiring workers to excel and learn to love their jobs.
Could stress at work be hurting your relationships at home? Learn how to survive a toxic workplace from one of the nation’s top psychotherapists.
She’s one of a few left in the world — a real, live telephone answering service. She’s been behind the same bank of phones for decades. See what a difference a personal human touch can make.
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.