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10,000 Boomers a day are retiring and this wave will continue until about 2030. Here we examine how to get ready for retirement, what to expect and how to enjoy this new phase of life. Boomers will change what retirement means and what it means to be a senior with a young heart. Join us if you plan to retire, or have retired or know someone who is thinking of or is retired.
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  1. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    26/09/2017
    After Knee surgery, should you rehabilitate at home or the hospital?
    After Knee surgery, should you rehabilitate at home or the hospital?I have had my knee replaced and I may have to have my second knee replaced because I have osteoarthritis, so I was interested in the results of this study done by Donghai Li, Zhouyuan Yang, Pengde Kang, Xiaowei Xie. which was published by the...
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  2. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    11/08/2017
    Social Isolation of Seniors Part 2
    Social Isolation of Seniors Part 2Social isolation is: “less social contact than someone wishes, causing loneliness or other emotional distress” In “normal” ageing, a senior’s social circle may grow smaller due to:• Illness or disability• Loss of spouse or friends – more than 6% of...
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  3. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    10/08/2017
    Social Isolation of Seniors Part 1
    Social Isolation of Seniors Part 1Being socially active and connected is at the core of having a good retirement and aging well. Being connected is an important social determinant of health and social connectedness is beneficial to your health. Feelings of loneliness and isolation...
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  4. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    09/08/2017
    Memory training improves working memory performance
    Memory training improves working memory performanceMemory or loss of memory is a big concern for many seniors. We can improve our working memory, working memory - our capacity for holding information in mind at any given moment - underlies many fundamental cognitive processes and is linked with some...
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  5. ProducerCityVP 🐝 Manjit
    Retirement 2051
    Retirement 2051I will be 90 years old in the year 2051 hence my associated posting on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/90-cityvp-manjitMy definition of failure in 2051 is facing my 90th birthday with the thought "What happened to the last 30 years of my...
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    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    31/07/2017 #20 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    #19 Hi Federico I tried again with a post called 2050. Same thing happened, it went to another post. I changed it back to Life 2050 https://www.bebee.com/producer/@cityvp/life-2050 - so it is doing the same thing when a post is numbers only - but hey the good news is that it led me to write the buzz - so that is good :-)
    Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín
    31/07/2017 #19 Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín
    #1 #2 #3 #4 It's ok. Can you try again? Thank you very much.
    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    30/07/2017 #18 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #17 Your comments are so pure that commenting on them would contaminate them. You said it all wisely in one line "we remain distant from beginning a new era where being has meaning and doing is informed by the context of being".
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    30/07/2017 #17 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    #15 The scenario that plays out in today's society is the predominant orthodoxy of human capital. To protect us from this orthodoxy we need a personal brand, we partner with existing human resource mindset and since millions are trained to accept themselves as being human capital, we remain distant from beginning a new era where being has meaning and doing is informed by the context of being.

    We market to this orthodoxy as if it is going to be the reality of human existence rather than recognize that the meaning of education are people are asking questions, but what is the value of any answer that is stuck in the concrete of the predominant orthodoxy. What is worse is that we end up justifying this orthodoxy by partnering with people who most represent it.

    This is the viscous cycle that has not just suddenly appeared, it is the same one found in ancient Greece that made Socrates drink hemlock, it is the same one that crucified Jesus Christ, or burned William Tyndale because printed the Bible in English or De La Barre who was sentenced to death for blasphemy and impiety http://en.rfi.fr/visiting-france/20101216-french-free-thinking-knight-still-controversial-figure and unlike the other three his fame as a martyr was because Voltaire turned him into a symbol against a decrepid ruling class even though De La Barre was from that class.

    This viscous cycle of martydom culminates in celebrating people like De La Barre who was a troublemaker transformed into a martyr. Today we see martydom play out in the Middle East and yet this is the old orthodoxy at play. The rise of the human being accompanies the rise of artificial intelligence - and it is this development that will have a transformative effect on what it means to be human and transform an orthodoxy of a doing culture, into a being culture.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    30/07/2017 #16 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    #14 Dear@Ian Weinberg this is what "Structure and Space" is about https://www.bebee.com/producer/@cityvp/structure-space because we live in a world which makes us experts and masters in entropic consequence. Entropy manifests itself as a mindset and the carnage we see of human beings stripped off their potential to express capability in the final third of their life, is so manifest in our economic way of thinking, that I see the same misery and pain - most of it locked away in old-people homes, where human beings are led to reverse mortgage their assets and then put into care. The promise is utopian but I see an emerging dystopian reality in this promise and that is another example of entropic mindset. So yes, longevity must accompany a syntropic mindset. That is what is what I am exploring in my Structure and Space buzz. I am not exploring a group utopia but my own thinking and it's potential to create a syntropic structure and space. Structure and space here is contextual to an individual being.
    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    30/07/2017 #15 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Retirement is a form of an early death for me. I like your positivity @CityVP 🐝 Manjit in postponing retirement till the age of 90. I believe in that a living person should work as if life has no end.
    You bring a hot issue. I noticed many people seeking early retirement. The question is retirement of what? I understand going into dormancy for a short while, but retirement is a long-term dormancy. I have seen people retiring and aging. If somebody lives for sixty years and calculates the number of actual years spent in working a maximum of 20 years shall be the effective working years. Why then aim to retire early puzzles me. I like the example of Einstein and I thank @David B. Grinberg for highlighting it.
    Ian Weinberg
    30/07/2017 #14 Ian Weinberg
    An important issue @CityVP 🐝 Manjit especially in the face of increased lay-offs due to AI and competition. But we need to clarify the formula at the outset. There is sufficient evidence in the neuroscience literature (coupled with psychneuro-immunology) that the cornerstone of enhanced wellness, peformance and leadership is sustained meaning and purpose with the gratification derived from meaningful busyness. And so @David B. Grinberg I would propose that attempts to increase longevity in isolation are illogical without the meaningful busyness and gratification element. Insofar as the continued sustaining of 'work' and extending the longevity of the life path @CityVP 🐝 Manjit and @Gert Scholtz I would respond that it is not about specific goal-setting and achieving milestones but rather an ongoing state of mind of curiosity and awe and the purposeful-gratifying feeling that goes with it, that will decide the longevity. It follows then that once this mind state expires, so do we. The ideal of longevity above all else, often devoid of meaning and purpose, is filling our hospitals and retirement homes with stagnating, despairing and demented souls.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    30/07/2017 #13 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    #9 As you mentioned in the earlier comment David, there is some incredible developments in the pipeline as far as the aging and vitality space is concerned and it is just a matter of time before life extension yields incredible opportunities - but if we know that will happen down the road, why are we living like it is 1999? Even Prince did not benefit from that.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    30/07/2017 #11 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    #8 I think the key to the future Pascal is "Unretirement" which mean retirement is what you can do at any point of one's working life, it does not have to be an end of work thing. When we want to get back into work, we simply unretire. I call it the Brett Favre Principle. I am retiring, I am unretiring, I am retiring, I am unretiring, I am retiring, I am unretiring - those Saints just retired me.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    30/07/2017 #10 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    #6 Dear Gert, attention is what gets us run over, observation is what keeps us on our journey - glad you liked the buzz and that is a nice soundbite I have expressed - and in honour of that expression, I will remember this particular line as my "Gert Moment" :-)
    David B. Grinberg
    29/07/2017 #9 David B. Grinberg
    Manjit, as you may know, Albert Einstein was still working on new equations on this hospital deathbed and reportedly had pen and pad in hand when he died. How's that for never retiring?
    Einstein's dying wish was to solve the so-called, "Theory of Everything" (same name of the recent Hollywood blockbuster film) -- bridging the scientific/physics/mathematics gaps between the conflicting theories of general relativity and quantum mechanics.
    Unfortunately, he was unable solve this vexing science riddle. And no one has since solved it.
    Pascal Derrien
    29/07/2017 #8 Pascal Derrien
    Read another article about starting a company later in life earlier and now yours is complementing it very well ( but I like yours most :-) ) actually l don't want to work post 65 if I am happy enough being engaged and involved in projects on my terms if I am financially self sufficient and able
    David B. Grinberg
    29/07/2017 #7 David B. Grinberg
    Good news Manjit and @Gert Scholtz, due to new and evolving advancements in biomedical engineering, genetics and neurology, scientists may reportedly be able to slow and reverse the aging process in the near future. Check out this article for the latest developments http://www.inquisitr.com/4395696/scientists-have-found-brain-cells-that-slow-down-aging-process/?utm_campaign=Feed%3A+google%2FyDYq+%28The+Inquisitr+-+News%29&utm_medium=feed&utm_source=feedburner
    cc: @Ian Weinberg
    Gert Scholtz
    29/07/2017 #6 Gert Scholtz
    @CityVP 🐝 Manjit Only this week I read up on Charlie Munger and Harold Evans – both in their nineties and impressively clear-minded and productive. I really like this post Manjit – in it you demonstrate the mind-set and attitude of someone that sees life as a constant opportunity – to learn and to grow – and keep on being interested and interesting. Thanks for sharing.
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    29/07/2017 #5 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    Here it is : https://www.bebee.com/producer/@cityvp/retirement-2051

    #4 Glad we got this fixed! As expected, there are different sources and this is an important question for many people to consider as what is possible is evolving every single year.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    29/07/2017 #4 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín and @Pascal Derrien The great @Deb 🐝 Helfrich found the snafu - so renamed as she said and snafu is fixed.

    Thanks a million Deb !
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    29/07/2017 #3 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    #2 OK thanks Deb - I will try that cc @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    29/07/2017 #2 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    #1 I get the same. Numbers are also used to point to rows in the database. If you want the article accessible quickly, edit and rename the title with word - say Twenty Fifty-One....
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    29/07/2017 #1 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín when I click on my buzz 2051 it takes me to someone else's buzz? I can see on my menu page but as soon as I click it, I get a different page that is not my buzz?
  6. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    27/07/2017
    Ageing Well
    Ageing WellRecommendations for action: Ageing Well by Peggy Edwards, Consultant on Ageing at the Council for Senior Citizens Conference 2016 You can learn more at this website: http://grandmothersadvocacy.org/ 1. Combat stereotypes of seniors and aging in our...
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  7. Francisco Lopez

    Francisco Lopez

    22/06/2017
    Francisco Lopez
    Dear Senate: Don’t Cut Medicaid! - AARP
    www.aarp.org AARP and health groups sent a letter to Senate urging them to protect Medicaid. The AHCA includes changes that would cut Medicaid coverage for...
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  8. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    22/06/2017
    The Top 10 things that most people seem to forget...
    The Top 10 things that most people seem to forget... 10. You chose to be where you are now, and you knew what you were doing to get here. 9. There are no "tests" and you're not being judged. 8. Everyone's doing their best, with what they know. 7. You already have whatever you're looking...
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  9. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    20/06/2017
    Brenda and Betty
    Brenda and BettyThanks again to Patti for this Two 90-year-old women, Brenda and Betty,  had been friends all of their lives. When it was clear that Brenda was dying, Betty visited her every day. One day Betty said, 'Brenda, we both loved playing softball all our...
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  10. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    18/06/2017
    Comments from 1955
    Comments from 1955Comments made in the year 1955, not sure where I got this but it is fun to look back. 'I'll tell you one thing if things keep going the way they are, it's going to be impossible to buy a week's groceries for $10.00. Have you seen the new cars coming...
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    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    20/06/2017 #9 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #5 Couldn't agree more about many who are self-serving today running for Office.
    I remember when my mom used to send me to the store and bread was 10 cents a loaf... I remember when cigarettes were 50 cents out of the machine. Naw, I never smoked... not me LOL.
    Gas 50 cents a gallon and that was in the 70's.
    Yes, with wages and inflation prices will always rise. It's still amazing to look back.

    @Ken Boddie, great research, I had no idea McDonalds opened their first establishment then!
    Royce Shook
    19/06/2017 #8 Royce Shook
    #2 Joyce, I remember we rented our first house after we were married for about $40 a month, and we moved out when they raised the rent to $50.
    Royce Shook
    19/06/2017 #7 Royce Shook
    #4 Living in Canada the first MacDonalds was not open until 1967 and in the 50's there were not a lot of fast food places where we lived. I too embrace change and believe like you Ken that I should be in charge of what I embrace. Nutrition is still a big issue for many of us, and we sometimes forget that this has not always been the way. I did not know any of the information you added to the post, thank you
    Royce Shook
    19/06/2017 #6 Royce Shook
    #3 I also remember when cigarettes were that cheap, but when all my friends started smoking at university, I had to choose between smoking and having money for food. You are right, Susan we still have the same complaints about high prices, and some still complain when they raise the minimum wage. Prices were high when you consider the average wage, but I think we were luckier because many of us had a bigger support network back then.
    Royce Shook
    19/06/2017 #5 Royce Shook
    #1 Lisa I agree it is tough running your own business, and I believe that maybe in 1955 the best did run for office, but today many who run for office, are more self-serving. We think costs have gone up, but in those days the average yearly wage was only $3,301.44, so while we look back and think wow prices were low, for those working those costs were still high.
    Ken Boddie
    18/06/2017 #4 Ken Boddie
    This appeals to my Scots heritage, Royce, and so, your list inspired me to do a bit of research. As a consequence of this, wasn't 1955 such a great year for nutrition? - NOT!

    - Bird's Eye fish fingers were first marketed;
    - Coca Cola was sold in cans, instead of just bottles; and
    - McDonalds opened its first eating establishment.

    I'm willing to embrace change (after about 62 years or so), but, for goodness sake, let me choose what I embrace! 😝
    Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    18/06/2017 #3 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    The more things change, the more things stay the same -- prices have gone up, but we still about most of the same things!

    And I do remember cigarettes costing about a dollar a few years later, when I first started smoking -- that was A LOT of money in the early '60s!
    Joyce 🐝 Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    18/06/2017 #2 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    I remember the rent for our large apartment was $11.00 a week. Holy crap!!
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    18/06/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Holy crap! 2.00/night for a hotel? Wow, these are amazing. It's like the movie, "Back to the future." This one stood out, "Thank goodness I won't live to see the day when the Government takes half our income in taxes. I sometimes wonder if we are electing the best people to government." Being self employed, we do pay over 30% in taxes along with 100 % for our health care premium each month, WC & Liability.... and more. SO, being in business for yourself is not always what it appears. Must love doing what you do. As for the rest of the comments you posted above, I wonder what people will be saying 20 years from now? Amazing. Thanks for sharing this.
  11. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    17/06/2017
    Negative People
    Negative PeopleMy thanks to Patti for this one!This is something to think about when negative people are doing their best to rain on your parade. So remember this story the next time someone who knows nothing and cares less tries to make your life miserable.A...
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    Ken Boddie
    17/06/2017 #2 Ken Boddie
    Just loved the corkscrew twist at the end, Royce. 😊
    Pascal Derrien
    17/06/2017 #1 Pascal Derrien
    Thats a great one :-) Made me smile :-)
  12. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    15/06/2017
    Stop and smell the roses
    Stop and smell the rosesWhat are you doing that is important is a question I asked myself the other day. Today, as I walked along the river, I heard a cry in the air, I watched as two eagles came together and hovered about 100 feet above me. I watched them as they scanned...
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  13. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    13/06/2017
    Some interesting retirement stories
    Some interesting retirement stories Some of the retirement stories that have caught my interest over the last few days. Some may be of interest to you: Pensions gender gap twice as wide as pay divide in the Financial Times Adviser, written By Stephanie Hawthorne, this is a...
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  14. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    12/06/2017
    Music
    Music"Music is, to me, proof of the existence of God. It is so extraordinarily full of magic, and in tough timesof my life I can listen to music and it makes such a difference."—Kurt Vonnegut "All deep things are song.  It seems somehow the very central...
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  15. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    10/06/2017
    Casting Back
    Casting BackBy three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest-- Confucius My son, who is a musician and I had a conversation about discrimination...
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  16. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    09/06/2017
    For all you seniors out there
    For all you seniors out thereThanks to Douglas for this (Boomers been there, done that) I thought about the 30-year business I ran with 1800 employees, all without a Blackberry that played music, took videos, pictures and communicated with Facebook and Twitter. I signed up...
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    Joanne Gardocki
    09/06/2017 #1 Joanne Gardocki
    It is a lovely gift to allow others a shared laugh about our shortcomings. If not for technology I would never have heard you. Thank you, @Royce Shook
  17. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    07/06/2017
    Touche
    ToucheDo you think that life is fair?  Do you believe that all things are possible? Do you recognise that your thoughts become things, that give rise not only to dreams but to worlds?  Do you know that your very existence in time and space proves that you...
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  18. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    05/06/2017
    Support circles
    Support circlesOver the years, I have found one of the most effective ways to incorporate what I was learning in my path to self-awareness, was to surround myself with people who gave me strength - people in my life who were committed to living positive and...
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  19. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    04/06/2017
    Never end a sentence with a preposition
    Never end a sentence with a prepositionOn my 71st birthday, I got a gift certificate from my wife. The certificate paid for a visit to a wise man living nearby who was rumoured to have a wonderful cure for erectile dysfunction.After being persuaded, I drove to see him, handed my ticket...
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    Jim Saelzler
    04/06/2017 #8 Jim Saelzler
    This is funny!
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    04/06/2017 #7 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    @Royce Shook - hilarious! Bet @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess might add this story to one of her upcoming fundays....
    Joyce 🐝 Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    04/06/2017 #6 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    Oh, what a good laugh I'm having! Thank you.
    Ken Boddie
    04/06/2017 #5 Ken Boddie
    Sounds like the whole experience was a bit of a 'let down', Royce. 🤣😂🤣
    Martin Wright
    04/06/2017 #4 Martin Wright
    A perfect tonic for a sunday morning
    Lance  🐝 Scoular
    04/06/2017 #3 Lance 🐝 Scoular
    👥ed 🐝🐝🐤🔥🚲
    Vincent Andrew
    04/06/2017 #2 Vincent Andrew
    "A dangling participle". Will not forget that 😂.
    Lance  🐝 Scoular
    04/06/2017 #1 Lance 🐝 Scoular
    😁😂😃😅🤣
  20. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    02/06/2017
    Gotta love the Prairie humour
    Gotta love the Prairie humourI was born on the prairies of Canada, but my parents had the good sense to move to BC when I was young, so I grew up in BC. However, many of my family still live in the prairies and my cousin Elaine sent me these jokes. I gotta love our prairie...
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    Joyce 🐝 Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    02/06/2017 #2 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    Thanks for the humor. Got quite a chuckle out of this.
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    02/06/2017 #1 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    LOL...prairie humour sure got range;)
  21. ProducerKristen Edens

    Kristen Edens

    30/05/2017
    Retirement: A New Vision for 50+ Entrepreneurs
    Retirement: A New Vision for 50+ EntrepreneursGrowing old isn’t for sissies. –Bette DavisIt was a short-lived dream: graduate high school & college, find a corporate job, work for 30 or more years and then retire. From there, kick back on a sunny beach or a mountain vista and visit the...
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    Kristen Edens
    10/07/2017 #4 Kristen Edens
    Great comments! @Donna Wood there are more and more people like us. That 4th & 5th decade is a critical time for many of us! We are ready to pursue what we want and more open to risk and opportunity. The communities you speak of are in need of those strategies and opportunities so keep up with your pursuits. A recent LinkedIn connection mentioned that there is a huge and growing need for us and our expertise. My advice is to keep on going and growing!

    @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador; very good tips here. Why slow down when we're just revving up?! Finances and health are two main components so the best action is to start with both. Learning, staying relevant, and providing a needed service will enhance all aspects of life. It's fun stuff!

    @CyndiDocy: it's a hard knock to rethink what we had been so intensely groomed to believe and emulate. My family thought I was having a midlife crisis when I mentioned my entrepreneurial interests (and even suggested counseling!) But as you said, with determination and common sense, it can be done.

    Thanks to you all for your comments! Here's another question: what discussions do you want to hear more about the 50+ entrepreneurs? Let me know and I may write about it!
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    31/05/2017 #3 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    @Kristen Edens, I retired a little over 2 years ago. My advice is to be careful with your finances, don't live beyond your means, see and learn as much you as you can, stay healthy and stay relevant.
    Cyndi Docy
    30/05/2017 #2 Cyndi Docy
    I love your article. How true it is that things the way our parents had them are certainly different now. We are living at a time that we may need to rethink allot even going into business for ourselves at a later age. But, with determination and common sense I believe we are up to it.
    Donna Wood
    30/05/2017 #1 Donna Wood
    You're singing the song of my people, @Kristen Edens! As a strategist by nature, I'm using that skill to help rural communities, businesses and even nonprofits find better and more streamlined ways to achieve or even exceed their goals.
  22. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    30/05/2017
    Coping With Stress
    Coping With StressBookstores are filled with books that tell us how to cope with stress. Each of these books offers its own perspective on stress along with various coping techniques. To make the most of the information on coping skills, you need to understand what...
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    Royce Shook

    29/05/2017
    Interesting ideas
    Interesting ideasThe following express ideas that are worth thinking about: 1. The nicest thing about the future is . . . that it always starts tomorrow. 2.  Your money will buy a fine dog, but only your kindness will make him wag his tail. 3. If you...
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  24. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    27/05/2017
    New wine for Seniors
    New wine for Seniors My daughter send me this as we are starting to appreciate all things Australian, and she thought we would like this NEW WINE For SeniorsI kid you not... a New Wine for Seniors!!South Australian vintners in the Barossa Valley area, which primarily...
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  25. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    26/05/2017
    Do your self-beliefs serve you?
    Do your self-beliefs serve you?I read once that goldfish can only remember for three seconds.  I thought this was an interesting fact. When I was at University we talked about conditioning, and I learned about Pavlov and his experiments with animals. I marvelled at stories of...
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