Eric Burdon: Singing Strong Until the End - By Dave Price At age 75, he may need some assistance from a cane and the strong left arm of a loving wife to get from the dressing room to the backstage area. But once he hears the music and strides onto that stage he prowls. He growls. He moans and he howls. He becomes […]
10 Tips to Mothers-In-Law from Daughters-In-Law - By Iris Ruth Pastor Family unity and healthy interactions, who could possibly be against that? So in a quest to be loving, gracious and wise mother-in-law, I asked daughters-in-law of all ages what would they like their mothers-in-law to know in order to maximize healthy relationships between them. Here's what they said.
Welcome to Your Power Years Ladies! - Your kids are grown and your responsibilities around the home have started to reduce. Now unburdened by previous family responsibilities, many women over fifty are rediscovering their own passions and interests. Welcome to your Power Years ladies!
Your Legacy: Advocating Today for Tomorrow - By Richard Weijo By the time we reach our 50’s, many of us will have honed our skills in a variety of specialized areas of expertise. Chances are we will have accumulated about 10,000 hours of capability in not just one area – but developed competencies across several critical areas. No longer only experts […]
Boomer Career Reinvention: Reframing Your Past In Order to Move Forward - When we hear the word reinvention, we often think it means to completely start over or to go in a totally different direction. But when it comes to career reinvention – this isn’t necessarily the case. Author John Tarnoff shares why.
Brain Health: Listening to Music is Good But Playing Music is Great! - Do you play an instrument? It turns out that if you do, it’s like doing a full body workout for your brain. When you listen to music, your brain actually pulls the music apart and then puts it back together in a matter of seconds. But when you actually play music, practically every area of […]