I was introduced to public speaker, author, business and personal development expert Brian Tracy in 1986. Since then Brian has published some eighty-four books and numerous business courses that have been translated into many languages around the world.
Brian and I sat down in the Boomer to Zoomer studio recently to discuss three broad topics of interest to baby boomers; What Brought You Here? What’s Here Like? Where Are You Going? This is an outtake from that interview that covered such questions as; What part of your youth are you proud of? What would you go back to change? How has resistance been an asset to a lifetime of development?
Leave a comment on how Brian Tracy’s insights have impacted your thinking and any questions you have as a baby boomer wanting to move forward and take new directions in life after normal retirement age, what many are calling “pretirement”.
Laura Eiman epitomizes the “Can Do” attitude that defines the tsunami of baby boomers who are rewriting the retirement chapter of the Golden Years. Laura is going for the Pan Am Games Gold Medal.
In this boomer to zoomer blog, We cover:
the motivating factors that inspired her to take up weight lifting after reaching retirement age
the challenges she overcame to reach her goals
the most surprising thing she learned about her renascent adventure
how to raise funds to reach her Pan Am goals
and her message to all baby boomers to keep making a difference in the world
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Please add your comments and questions. Listen to An Artisans Emporium podcast to hear incredible inspiring stories of starting a new business after reaching retirement age in the new pretirement phase of the Golden Years.
In this episode, James talks to three pretired entrepreneurs from the rural town of Roxboro, in Person County, NC. Listen in on their very educational and inspiring discussion on matters such as:
What inspired them to start their own business after leaving the workforce?
What gave them confidence?
What role models did they have?
What obstacles did they encounter?
What unexpected things happened?
What have been some of the benefits
What values do they want to be remembered for?
Artisan’s Emporium Owners: Kathie Rattican, Carol White, and Saundra Shoe.
That brings us to the end of this podcast. We will keep you posted on the next podcast from Person County, NC as we continue to meet and learn from more baby boomers who have changed directions to follow passions.
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