• 01:01

    Have You Had "The Conversation" Yet? Plus, Charlie Poznek Speaks To Boomers

    in Business

    Sociologists have called death the "last American taboo."  Only about 30% of Americans have any sort of plan in place to deal with the issues involved when they die.  This leaves loved ones with overwhelming financial and emotional burdens; burdens that could have been avoided simply by formulating a solid end-of-life plan and going over it with loved ones... before the end.  


    On this special edition of Business Exit Round Table, Heath spends some time with Christopher P. Hill, RFC, founder of Funeral Resources.com, a specialty website devoted to helping people plan ahead for their "final exit."  


    Christopher believes that too many people are avoiding talking about, and planning for, the end of their lives.    He urges everyone to have "the conversation" and calls for insurance and financial professionals to lead the way in helping their clients understand the importance of talking about their final plans RIGHT NOW.


    Also on today's show is media coach, writer, and former financial services professional Charlie Poznek.  Poznek's popular podcast. The Boomer Business Owner, addresses issues faced by business owners who want to retire. Poznek's program features guest experts and actual business owners who have discovered solutions to business succession's thorniest problems.


    http://www.theboomerbusinessowner.com/

  • 01:03

    Physical health during difficult times

    in Self Help

    CareGiverStory.com is proud to have as our very special guest, Margo Rose founder of www.BodyAwareGrieving.com.


    Margo Rose Bio: While working as a fitness trainer for over 14 years, Margo Rose observed how common it is for people's health to decline during challenges like: loss of a loved one or pet, relationship problems, financial concerns or the ongoing stress many caregivers experience.


    Margo Rose now shares practical ways to help care for our physical and emotional health during difficult times. To learn more, check out her website:www.BodyAwareGrieving.com, follow her on Twitter@BodyAwareGrief or Facebook https://m.facebook.com/BodyAwareGrieving


    If you would like to be personally notified when her upcoming book is available email her at: margo@bodyawaregrieving.com


     

  • 00:31

    Babyboomers Live by EZ WAY BROADCASTING Episode #2

    in Entertainment




    Presents Babyboomers Live hosed by actress Reatha Grey best known for the hit show on Lifetime "Betty Whites off their rockers" & Hollywood it guy EZ's dad James Zuley. This show gives you all the insights in the babyboomer world. 


    Please like their fans page.


    BABYBOOMERS LIVE

  • 01:01

    Life after death-A babyboomers dilemma.

    in Radio

    I will be talking about life after death. Before the babyboomer used to think about what am I here for. Now, they have come of age and now think about life after death. What is there for me. We will have an open discussion of life after death, from grown ups who have died, to children. This is the show to ask hard questions for or against. But, like always it will be entertaining.

  • 01:00

    THE CAREER DOCTOR - BABYBOOMER Special - Reinventing Your Place in This Economy

    in Jobs

    JOIN Susie Bonham-Craig and featured guest, THE CAREER DOCTOR, DEBRA WHEATMAN. Debra has more than 18 years of experience in a strategic human resource capacity, working with leading employers in the financial services, media, publishing, and advertising industries.




    Featured on Fox Business News, WNYW with Brian Lehrer, and quoted in leading online, print, and trade publications, including Forbes.com, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, Debra has been dubbed "The Career Doctor". She provides clients with valuable career advisory and planning services, including professionally prepared documents to help individuals obtain highly desired interviews for competitive positions. Debra invests in clients’ personal successes. With a holistic approach to exploring and understanding needs and drivers, Debra is able to help her clients obtain positions that facilitate ongoing development. She is Founder and Chief Career Strategist of ResumesDoneWrite.


    How do you find your place in this economy? Whether you've been downsized, rightsized, or just plain outsized...whether your heart is calling you forward to something completely different, or just because jobs are scarce, doesn't mean there is no job for you!


    Journey with us as Debra shares some strategies, valuable tips and tricks for getting back on the career path.


    Got a Pressing question for Debra?

    CALL IN ON 718-305-6584


    Links
    DEBRA WHEATMAN |
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  • 01:00

    Babyboomers-And assisted suicide.

    in Radio

    Babyboomers and assisted suicide-As babyboomers get older chronic diseases (cancer, heart problems,and other diseases)start taking over their bodies causing unbearable pain. The arguement about assisted suicide will come up more and more in the news. The babyboomer generation is about 60% of the population an estimated 15% will die in pain from these diseases. With todays pain killers becoming so addictive you have no choice but to take them. This why we must discuss assisted suicide. If we like to or not, good or bad the discussion must be held.

  • 03:01

    Musical Diary of a Baby Boomer

    in Music

    Join Ken Hopkins for a nostalgic look at the babyboomer years 1946-1964. Hear and talk about the music we grew up with in the 50s-60s and beyond. Ken has had a fantastic musical journey Hear do-wop, classic rock and roll artists such as Elvis, Pat Boone, Bobby Darin, Chuck Berry, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee and great groups such as Franki Valli and the Four Seasons, Bill Haley, Everly Brothers, The Beatles, Stones, Hollies and many more.Country and Western artists Marty Robbins, Ray Stevens, The Statler Brothers, Oak Ridfge Boys. You'll even hear smooth jazz and easy-to-listen-to numbers from artists past and present.

  • 03:01

    Musical Diary of a Baby Boomer

    in Music

    Join Ken Hopkins for a nostalgic look at the babyboomer years 1946-1964. Hear and talk about the music we grew up with in the 50s-60s and beyond. Ken has had a fantastic musical journey Hear do-wop, classic rock and roll artists such as Elvis, Pat Boone, Bobby Darin, Chuck Berry, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee and great groups such as Franki Valli and the Four Seasons, Bill Haley, Everly Brothers, The Beatles, Stones, Hollies and many more.Country and Western artists Marty Robbins, Ray Stevens, The Statler Brothers, Oak Ridfge Boys. You'll even hear smooth jazz and easy-to-listen-to numbers from artists past and present.

  • 03:01

    Musical Diary of a Baby Boomer

    in Music

    Join Ken Hopkins for a nostalgic look at the babyboomer years 1946-1964. Hear and talk about the music we grew up with in the 50s-60s and beyond. Ken has had a fantastic musical journey Hear do-wop, classic rock and roll artists such as Elvis, Pat Boone, Bobby Darin, Chuck Berry, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee and great groups such as Franki Valli and the Four Seasons, Bill Haley, Everly Brothers, The Beatles, Stones, Hollies and many more.Country and Western artists Marty Robbins, Ray Stevens, The Statler Brothers, Oak Ridfge Boys. You'll even hear smooth jazz and easy-to-listen-to numbers from artists past and present.

  • 03:00

    Musical Diary of a BAby Boomer

    in Music

    Join Ken Hopkins for a nostalgic look at the babyboomer years 1946-1964. Hear and talk about the music we grew up with in the 50s-60s and beyond. Ken has had a fantastic musical journey Hear do-wop, classic rock and roll artists such as Elvis, Pat Boone, Bobby Darin, Chuck Berry, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee and great groups such as Franki Valli and the Four Seasons, Bill Haley, Everly Brothers, The Beatles, Stones, Hollies and many more.Country and Western artists Marty Robbins, Ray Stevens, The Statler Brothers, Oak Ridge Boys. You'll even hear smooth jazz and easy-to-listen-to numbers from artists past and present. This week it's the best of May 4, 1968. Hear many of the hits on the Billboard top 100 for that date. Requests and call-ins are encouraged

  • 02:59

    Musical Diary of a Baby Boomer

    in Music

    Join Ken Hopkins for a nostalgic look at the babyboomer years 1946-1964. Hear and talk about the music we grew up with in the 50s-60s and beyond. Ken has had a fantastic musical journey Hear do-wop, classic rock and roll artists such as Elvis, Pat Boone, Bobby Darin, Chuck Berry, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee and great groups such as Franki Valli and the Four Seasons, Bill Haley, Everly Brothers, The Beatles, Stones, Hollies and many more.Country and Western artists Marty Robbins, Ray Stevens, The Statler Brothers, Oak Ridfge Boys. You'll even hear smooth jazz and easy-to-listen-to numbers from artists past and present.

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