What’s Next? Meaningful Midlife Job Transition with Dorian Mintzer and Kerry Hannon

Whether you're seeking something traditional or more flexible, Kerry will offer tips and resources for finding work that will support you intellectually, financially, and spiritually and create a second act that matters.

Join career expert Kerry Hannon, a recognized authority on career and workplace issues, for an interactive session on how to craft a meaningful second (or third!) act. Learn where the opportunities are to make a living and a difference. Many older people continue to work – some out of choice, some out of necessity. Unlike many of our parents, most don't have pensions to fall back on to fund not working for a decade or more. Find out how to prepare for today's digital marketplace.

About Kerry Hannon:
Kerry Hannon is a workplace futurist and a leading strategist on career management, entrepreneurship, personal finance, and retirement. She is a frequent TV, podcast, and radio commentator and sought-after keynote speaker at conferences.

Kerry is the bestselling and award-winning author of 14 books, including In Control at 50+: How to Succeed in the New World of Work and Never Too Old to Get Rich: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting a Business Mid-Life, a number one bestseller on Amazon and selected by the Washington Post for its Book-of-the-Month Club.
 
Kerry is currently a senior columnist and on-air expert at Yahoo Finance. She was previously an expert columnist, opinion writer, and regular contributor to the New York Times, MarketWatch, and Forbes, as well as the PBS website NextAvenue.org personal finance and entrepreneur expert. She has also worked as a writer, columnist, and editor for USA Today, US News & World Report, and Money magazine and as a contributor to the Wall Street Journal.
 
Kerry lives in Washington, DC, and Boston, Virginia, with her husband, documentary producer and editor Cliff Hackel, and her Labrador retriever, Elmore “Elly.” 

Get in touch with Kerry Hannon:
Visit Kerry's website: https://kerryhannon.com/ 
Buy Kerry's book: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/whatsnext 

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The Path of Purposeful Aging with Dorian Mintzer and Richard Leider

Episode Guest: Richard Leider, founder of Inventure -The Purpose Company, one of American's preeminent Executive-Life Coaches. He is a pioneer of the global purpose movement who focuses on purposeful living.

Episode Description:

What are we to do to survive and, even, thrive in this volatile, uncertain pandemic world? How can we find some sense of certainty in a world where we can no longer be secure or confident? The pandemic changed everything for almost everyone. We endlessly hear the downside of this crisis. That's one way to look at it but, there is also an upside. We can grow from this crisis.

The science of purpose shows that having a WHY to exist, whatever the level of adversity we face, is universal and fundamental to both surviving and thriving. Purpose is NOT a trend nor a luxury today. In fact, it is FUNDAMENTAL to our health, healing, happiness, community, and, even, longevity! What makes you want to get out of bed in the morning? These days the answer to that question might seem more difficult than ever to answer.

During this episode, you will:

  • Take a “Purpose Checkup”
  • Experience three steps to unlocking your purpose
  • Learn three practices to live and work in ways that fit with your purpose

About Richard Leider:

Internationally bestselling author and coach Richard Leider is the founder of Inventure-The Purpose Company. Their mission is to help people “unlock the power of purpose” and answer that question. Forbes ranks him as one of the “Top 5” most respected coaches. Along the way, Richard has written eleven books, including three best-sellers which have sold over one million copies. The Power of Purpose and Repacking Your Bags are considered classics in the personal growth field. His latest book, Who Do You Want to Be When You Grow Old? is a defining book on the power of purposeful aging.

Widely viewed as a pioneer of the global purpose movement, his work has been featured in many media sources, and his PBS special, The Power of Purpose, was viewed by millions of people. He has taken his purpose message to all 50 states, Canada, and four continents, and he has advised everyone from AARP to the National Football League to the U.S. State Department. Richard has addressed more than two million people worldwide in his speeches to corporate, association, and social service groups during his career. He and his wife, Sally, live in the Minneapolis, MN area.

Get in touch with Richard:

Richard's book: The Power of Purpose, https://revolutionizeretirement.com/purpose
Richard's website: https://richardleider.com/
Handout: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Manifesto_card_5.25×7.75.pdf
Grab our free guide, 10 Key Issues to Consider as You Explore Your Retirement Transition, at https://10keyretirementissues.com/

Think We Know How We Think? Think Again! with Dorian Mintzer and Jan Cullinane

What are the unknown forces that shape how we think? Join Jan in this “edutaining” discussion about why our thinking is often “predictably irrational.” We'll explore the cutting-edge area of behavioral economics, discover the secrets of our decision-making, and learn how to apply them to our everyday lives, including retirement.

Jan will include a discussion of:

  • Anchors
  • Loss Aversion
  • Hyperchoice
  • Future Discounting
  • Framing
  • Status Quo Bias
  • Hedonic Adaptation
  • Confirmation Bias
  • Overconfidence Bias

About Jan Cullinane:

Jan Cullinane is a recognized expert on holistic retirement. Her books include two previous editions of the best-selling The New Retirement: The Ultimate Guide to the Rest of Your Life, the award-winning The Single Woman's Guide to Retirement, and Retire Happy. She is the Healthy Living columnist for ideal-LIVING magazine and a contributor to Everybody Has a Book Inside of Them and The Weekend Book Proposal.
Jan has given numerous presentations about retirement. Her clients include AARP, The Smithsonian, In-N-Out Burger, Wells Fargo Advisors, and the U.S. Federal Government, among others. She is frequently interviewed for print and online media and has appeared on national and local TV and radio shows.

Her educational credentials include a B.S. and an M.Ed. from the University of Maryland and an ABD from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. She lives in Palm Coast, Florida, with her husband Roger, has three married children, and five adorable grandchildren. She sincerely believes these years are the best years if you're prepared. And she can speak backward fluently!

Get in touch with Jan Cullinane:
Visit Jan's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jan-cullinane-31a9544/
Buy Jan's books: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/single and  https://revolutionizeretirement.com/newretire
Download Jan's Handout: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/cullinanehandout 

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Let’s Tell Our Stories: How Older Women Can Redefine Aging With Age with Andrea Carlisle

In her recently published book, There Was an Old Woman: Reflections on These Strange, Surprising, Shining Years, Andrea Carlisle describes what it means to her to live a long life. She examines why her experience as an older woman is so different from what she expected it to be and realizes that her expectations came not from older women themselves but primarily from a culture that misled her from an early age right into the present day.

Through children’s stories, art, literature, and common stereotypes that pop up in everyday conversations, we are told what an old woman is and needs. In her view, we can only challenge misperceptions through speaking up, telling our own stories, and supporting one another in facing what these years actually are: the hard truths as well as the perspective and often profound complexity that come with growing older.

In this program, you will discover:

  • Why Carlisle is not afraid of the word “old” and is willing to apply it to herself while also recognizing others may not feel the same way and have their reasons.
  • The fact that we're all lumped together because of one shared physical reality is as wrong when it pertains to the old as it is with any other group that shares a single physical characteristic.
  • Why a lot of the misunderstanding, not to mention fear, we have about older women is because for centuries, men told their stories, painted their pictures, and constructed fantasies about them that are just as dangerous and damaging as the ones they built around nubile, ever available younger women.
  • Who are we really? Just as proved to be the case in every other era of our lives, living into old age is an individual experience. The opportunity we have now, as opposed to other times in history, is to create more honesty about these years by pushing ourselves to own and share our unique reality with others.

Note: This is an audio-only webinar. 

Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Time: 12:00 noon Eastern (9:00 AM Pacific, 10 AM Mountain, 11 AM Central, and 6 AM Hawaiian)

Topic: Let's Tell Our Stories: How Older Women Can Redefine Aging With Age

Speaker: Andrea Carlisle, author, writer, editor, and leader of writing workshops and classesAndrea-Carlisle-300x284 Let's Tell Our Stories: How Older Women Can Redefine Aging With Age with Andrea Carlisle

About Andrea Carlisle

Andrea Carlisle is the author of There Was an Old Woman: Reflections on These Strange, Surprising, Shining Years. Her work has been published in literary journals, newspapers, magazines, anthologies, and by independent presses. Go Ask Alice . . . When She's 94, her popular blog about her mother, brought attention to aging and caregiving before they became subjects of national interest. She has received fellowships from the Oregon Institute of Literary Arts and the Oregon Arts Commission. In March 2024, Electric Lit published her most recent essay, 7 Novels about Women Over 60 Who Defy Societal Expectations.

Register for the program here.

Retirement Reboot: Commonsense Financial Strategies for Getting Back on Track with Dorian Mintzer and Mark Miller

For millions of Americans, the COVID shock has brought retirement saving to an abrupt halt, and now it's time to get back on track. Even before the pandemic, a large share of households by Americans over age 50 faced the threat that their living standards would decline sharply in retirement. In the wake of COVID-19, these numbers will surely worsen.

In this program, you'll discover practical strategies for Americans to improve their retirement prospects.

About Mark Miller:

Mark Miller is a journalist, author, and podcaster who is a nationally recognized expert on trends in retirement and aging. His writing offers a holistic view of retirement security, including healthcare and Medicare, Social Security, retirement investing, midlife careers, and housing.

He also writes frequently about retirement-related public policy issues, including reform of Social Security, Medicare, and workplace retirement plans.

Mark's work appears in Reuters, The New York Times, Morningstar, and WealthManagement.com. He also publishes a free Substack newsletter and podcast on retirement.

Mark's latest book is Retirement Reboot: Common Sense Strategies for Getting Back on Track.

Mark is the former editor of Crain's Chicago Business and Sunday editor of the Chicago Sun-Times.

Get in touch with Mark Miller:

Visit Mark's website: https://retirementrevised.com/ 

Buy Mark's Book:  https://revolutionizeretirement.com/retirereboot

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