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Join us as we welcome to our show motivational speaker and Life After Retirement Advocate Geraldine Jones.
She is a retired social worker who worked in social services for over 30 year providing advocacy services to neglected and abused youth. Geraldine states that she never really planned to retire but intended to transition from working with the county to working in private adoptions.
Before she was able to make that transition, health problems forced her to retire and reevaluate her life. She was diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy and realized she was losing her sight. She went into a depression and felt hopeless about her situation.
Through spiritual support from her family, church, retirement community (where she lives) and coaching, she was able to slowly recover. She began exploring hobbies and interests (she didn't have or make time for during her career). She learned how to swim, play the organ, and became a public speaker, all after the age of 65.
She is continuing to discover that there can be life after retirement despite medical, physical and other impairments that often follow the aging process. She speaks to seniors, those who are close to retirement, disabled, and youth about hope, change, and faith.
Journey with us as we learn how to prepare and transition through the aging process towards retirement.
"Surviving Retirement As a Couple"
Spending time with your spouse is a given in retirement, but how you approach it can be the difference between a good retirement or an anxious one. Miriam Goodman, the author of Too Much Togetherness (Bonneville Books), has interviewed hundreds of couples on the brink of retirement and found many are anxious and worried about being together all the time. This book helps readers prepare psychologically for challenges to their long term relationships as they subtly change from career to retirement and the next stage of their lives.
The rise in divorce rates for people married more than 20 years
The 5 types of retired men: the glommer, who doesn't want her out of his sight; the ghost, who never leaves the house, the TV or computer;
the grump, the general, and the gypsy, etc.
How to keep separate yet together lives
Signs to watch for if your spouse seems depressed.
Pamela Hirsch retired from her national educational prep company and ended up starting a nonprofit for people struggling with the cost of infertility treatments. Learn about Pam's transition through retirement and the inside scoop about starting and running a nonprofit. Visit retirementlifematters.com to learn more.
Tune in and listen to Mike Ziccardi discuss how Adviceware is changing retirement one portfolio at a time.
Adviceware is a cutting-edge online program that guides users through a 5-minute experience. The software evaluates participants’ responses and interactions, allowing the program to recommend a professionally managed, asset allocated model portfolio, designed specifically for each user. This process should be repeated every six to twelve months to ensure the portfolio co
It is one of the most cherished and anticipated events in Western civilization: a man’s or a woman’s last day of working for another, as they go to spend their remaining days living on some combination of what they have saved, positive returns on investments, and other people’s money. If I had a nickel for each time I hear someone say how they are looking forward to retirement, then perhaps I could retire. But, who said that spending any of our time, under the sun, not working was a good idea?
Log on and Listen to Todd Jenkins, EVP of Sales discuss how Acceleration Retirement can help you improve your lead generation and business intelligence.
Acceleration Retirement provides sales, marketing, analytical, and process expertise to retirement plan advisors and plan providers. We accelerate growth, reduce cost, and expand revenue from existing clients. For advisors, the Growth Accelerator™ provides high quality practice management, marketing and lead generation services to a select group of advisors.
In this powerful show, Rick Bueter will be discussing his new book, The Great Wall Street Retirement, and the various aspects of 401 K plans. Office #: 858-621-9099 Twitter: @RickBueter Facebook: The Great Wall Street Retirement Scam by Rick Bueter
Oregon Update -- Because of company policy, a nurse on duty at the Glenwood Gardens Senior retirement home in Bakersfield, California refused a 911 operators request to give CPR to a resident . Link to 911 call https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UL2dNj3LLk link to article http://www.bakersfieldcalifornian.com/local/x738926924/Police-probe-Glenwood-Gardens-death?utm_source=widget_63&utm_medium=latest_entries_widget&utm_campaign=synapse other top
Is it possible to earn a good rate of return, let's say at least double the rate of inflation, have minimal risk and an almost zero chance of ever losing principle? No BS Money Guy Todd Strobel will be asking this very question to Financial Advisor and President of Partners for Prosperity Kim Butler. If you are frustrated by bank rates and Wall Street, "YOU Don't want to miss this one!" More info: www.millionairecorner.com
Face it. Not all of us have been saving for the last 30 years. Life happens and as a result, some of us are behind in developing our retirement portfolios. Perhaps there is hope. A trend is developing in CA to accelorate retirement portfolios through a unique type of real estate investment. Check it out.
This show covers three areas that have been the most requested topics of the listeners to Living the Question Radio. There is something for everyone: From one's financial security in retirement to the reason why China is hoarding rice, and added to that, what are the signs of demon possession. Listen and call in with your comments.