Retire Repurposed

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On this episode, we continue our series on retirement lies. Many people unknowingly believe these untruths about themselves, their life, and retirement. We tackle the lie: retirement is all about you. For generations, retirement has been portra
On this episode, we continue our series on retirement lies. Many people unknowingly believe these untruths about themselves, their life, and retirement. In today’s society is hard to argue there’s not a bigger lie regarding retirement than this
On this episode, we start a brand-new series on retirement lies. Many people unknowingly believe these untruths about themselves, their life, and retirement. In this podcast, Ben dismantles the lie, “You Have to Retire”, encouraging people not
On this episode, we continue our series on retirement stories with Dennis Benson. At 73 years old, Dennis is still busy tuning pianos, photographing community events and playing music. A few years ago, he was given a woodworking lathe. Using Yo
On this episode, we continue our series on retirement stories with Scott Lawrence. Scott is the CEO of Lawrence & Schiller, a marketing and advertising agency based in Sioux Falls, SD. He’s also the author of The Leader of the Band, a book of l
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I take a break from the retirement stories series to discuss some of our biggest takeaways. Our personal stories are a reflection of who we are, where we have come, and where God is taking us. In this podcast, w
On this episode, we continue our series on retirement stories with Bruce Schoeman. Bruce serves as Encore Pastor at the AG Church in Willmar, Minn. The mission of Encore is to encourage adults to discover and embrace God’s next purpose for thei
On this episode, we continue our series on retirement stories with Bob Shank. Bob is the founder of The Master's Program, a ministry designed to connect with marketplace professionals, by combining business experience and individual strengths w
On this episode, we continue our series on retirement stories with Vern Anderson. Vern is one of the original co-founders of Douglas Machine, Inc., a successful and long-standing manufacturing company based in Alexandria, MN. At 79 years old, V
On this episode, we continue our series on retirement stories with Jeff Gould. Jeff was a funeral director for over 12 years officiating nearly 600 funerals. Today, Jeff is an expert story-teller and influencer using the lessons he learned from
On this episode, we sit down with Scott Thoma. Scott grew up in southwest Minnesota and lived through the historic Tracy tornado on June 13th, 1968 – one of only two recorded EF5 tornadoes ever in the state. Scott not only has an incredible chi
On this episode, we share the story of Phil Saint. Phil is the son of legendary missionary pilot, Nate Saint, who was killed along with four other men trying to evangelize to the Huaoroni people deep in the jungles of Ecuador. The movie, “End o
On this episode, we share the story of Bill Nelson. Bill is a former teacher and coach. At 78 years old, he is still using his teaching skills educating and inspiring fellow retirees into a life of wellness and purpose. In this podcast, Bill ta
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I continue our series on retirement stories with Jeremy Brown of Throne Publishing Group. Jeremy believes our stories reveal how God has created us for a greater purpose. In this podcast, Jeremy explains two lie
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I start a brand-new series on retirement stories. If you are a retiree, you have a story that needs to be shared. In this podcast, we give the reasons retirees are so valuable and how to find turning points in y
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I wrap-up our mini-series on retirement communities. We reiterate the fact that retirement communities are not a problem. However, they have exposed a deeper issue with the way our society views retirees and the
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I talk about the good and bad regarding retirement communities. No doubt, retirement communities do lots of good for the life of a retiree. However, too much of a good thing can be bad. In this podcast, we propo
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I talk about the good things retirement communities have done for the life of a retiree and how they have provided solutions for retirees’ deepest needs. In this podcast, we will take a deeper look how the popul
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I talk about the development of the very first retirement community launched on January 1st, 1960 by Del Webb in Sun City, AZ. In this podcast, we take a look at the life of Del Webb and explain how he created a
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I talk about how the demand for retirement communities was formed decades before the very first retirement community was established in 1960. In this podcast, Ben will explain four major factors that shaped the
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I talk about retirees and their marriage. In our experience, one of the most underestimated changes a person encounters post-retirement is in their marriage. In this podcast, Ben will explain three concepts you
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I talk about retirees and their identity. It is nearly impossible to have a career over the course of decades and not have some of who you are connected to that job. In this podcast, Ben will give you ways to un
On this episode, Ben Taatjes and I talk about a retiree’s mentality. It’s no secret that older people tend to have a reputation of being a bit grumpy. While this is a light-hearted way to view retirees, there are serious ramifications of this a
At 73 years old, Virg DeJongh released his first book, “On the Virg: How to Move Forward Through Life's Biggest Questions, Challenges and Opportunities”. After spending over 30 years in the financial business, Virg is now using his experiences
On this episode, Jerrid Sebesta talks about retirees and their health. Physical health is an aspect of retirement that cannot be ignored. In this podcast, Jerrid is going to focus on the importance of activity for a retiree and he’ll give ways
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