John is a career-transition coach who focuses on helping professionals in the middle and later stages of their career in defining, planning, and achieving more meaningful and sustainable careers.
He is the author of the best-selling book, Boome
Mark is the president of Safe Harbor Retirement Planning, where he has served as a relentless retirement guide to thousands of individuals since 1986. The secret to his longevity has been asking the questions other advisors simply don’t ask; it
Patrick O’Malley is helping to keep people happy and he talked about how we can stimulate our brains through learning. He spoke specifically about his work teaching people how to play the guitar, but he did say that the same process works with
Patrick O'Malley is a guitar teacher who teaches people of all ages to play guitar. We had a great discussion about the health benefits of playing a musical instrument. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve ever played anything before or whether you
John spoke of a lot of things, but his main focus was the idea that we need to establish office hours for ourselves in retirement. What he meant by that is that we need to have time to tune into the things going on in our lives – the taxes, the
John Lefebvre is a retired lawyer, an author, a musician, an environmental and social activist, and a philanthropist. He made it big in the dot-com era, only to find himself arrested and charged with various illegal activities stemming from tha
Lisa Winneke is a speaker, an author, and a connector. She is the host of The Good News Guide, which is transitioning into The Wholehearted Woman.
She believes that many people, women in particular, are choosing to settle for less than they can
The important idea in today's episode is that you are "enough" and what you hope for and dream for in your life is valid and true... regardless of who you are or what you already have.
Getting out and doing something - ANYthing - after you reti
Julie is a life coach who thrives on helping mature women prioritize their needs and gain confidence so they can stop worrying about “being enough” and start living life.
She’s a self-proclaimed “feel-good junkie,” and she has personally experi
Making the tough decisions in one's life is what makes life worthwhile - anybody can float along following their whims! It takes some courage and spunk to do the "right thing" and stand up for your own beliefs when others think you're wrong.
Jesus "Eddie" Campa was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. After 27 years of law enforcement experience, Eddie retired from public service and transitioned his experience and expertise to the private sector as a mentor, consultant, and sounding
In this episode, Jacquie delves into the ideas that Matt Franklin brought up about planning for retirement - having a business plan, taking a practice run at retirement while you can still make some adjustments, and generally getting your ducks
Matt Franklin is a marketing professional, a video producer, and a serial entrepreneur. Producing corporate sales/training/marketing videos is his bread and butter, and he has been fortunate to work all over the world with smart people and grea
Something that Carol mentioned in the interview last week was about the Law of Attraction. This is something that I never used to put a lot of stock in – the idea that “what you think about, you bring about”. It was a bit too “woo-woo” for me o
In July 2012, Carol founded WoW – World of Women – in the greater Montreal, Quebec, area, to help women work towards a better and stronger future both for themselves. WOW has expanded through Quebec and Ontario since then, now including Ottawa,
Hi everyone, and welcome to episode 137 of Beyond Retirement. Thanks for taking the time to hang out with me today! If you recall, I spoke with Eric Brotman last week and he talked about how life can be compared to an undergraduate program, wit
Eric believes completely in the idea that retirement isn't the end of the road. He's so adamant about this that he's written a book that treats retirement planning and execution like the years of university. There are certain activities that de
As I say each week, if you haven’t listened to last week’s interview, stop here and go back to listen now. I was talking with Radon Stancil, a financial planner who focuses on preparing people for retirement.
Radon believes that financial plann
Radon explains how POM Wealth focuses on helping people prepare for retirement in terms of financial and lifestyle planning. They work to help their clients make the plan they need and get into the mindset required to really be "retired".
As you know, if you’ve been listening along, after each guest episode, I reflect a bit about what we discussed, trying to figure out how to relate the information or ideas to retirement life or preparation for retirement. Today is n
Joseph Hogue is an investment analyst and an online entrepreneur. He travelled the same road as many people, getting a good education and starting to work in a solid job. He figured that's the way life goes - get an education, get a job, work t
In this episode, Jacquie does a little deep-dive into the ideas that were brought up last week by Mitche Graf during their conversation. She discusses the Time-Value Pyramid and the overarching idea of "working smarter" instead of "working hard
Mitche Graf is a best-selling author, a public speaker and an amateur gardener. He has been a passionate serial entrepreneur for over 3 decades; from selling used bicycle parts out of his garage in the seventh grade to running three companies t
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