Adriane Berg is the Host of the weekly podcast Generation Bold, The Fountain of Truth About Aging, and the author of fourteen books on money and lifestyle. She sits on the United Nations NGO-NYC Committee or Ageing and is Cheerleader in Chief for Business Authority 50+, guiding the growing number of later-life entrepreneurs to success. She is a Co-Founder of N.A.E.L.A., The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
- Longevity Conference Offers the Latest in Aging Breakthroughs. Generation Bold, Awareness Snack
- Generation Bold, September 20, Hear Legendary Airbnb Strategic Strategist Chip Conley, author, creator of Wisdom Well, and Founder of the Mo
- Generation Bold, August 30, This week on Generation Bold: The Fountain of Truth, I interview Life Coach Michael Taylor
As “Boomer in Chief” of the National Association of Baby Boomer Women, Anne is passionate about educating, empowering and enriching the lives of Baby Boomer Women, as we age beyond our middle years and enthusiastically launch ourselves into life’s next stage – which most people call old age. But while, chronologically we’re now all aged somewhere between 58 and 76 (born between 1946 and 1964), as a group we’re not ready to leave the playing field just yet…
- Strigberger’s Latest Book ‘Boomers, Zoomers and Other Oomers’ Will Have You Laughing Over the Dread “A Word:” Aging
- Wish You Could Improve Your Mobility Without Pain Or Injury? The Book ‘Stretching for 50+’ Shows You How to Succeed
- ‘Core Strength for 50+’ Author Says Your Core is Critical to Mobility, But You Won’t Need a Gym Membership to Achieve It
Anthony is president of The Aging Experience, creator of the Caregiver Smile Summit, a virtual, video-based, on-demand program that features experts across the spectrum of caregiving. He is also the creator of Sage Stream , aSenior Entertainment/Education Network.
Anthony is also a member of the Nationwide Financial / National Council on Aging Health and Wellness Roundtable and a member of the Bank of America Elder Care Policy Roundtable.
Barbara Gordon Kaleva, “The Love Muse,” is your guide to finding love in the 21st century. She lives to inspire and serve people in a positive way. For the past twenty years, she has been doing this as a Relationship Consultant/Muse. As a muse, she uses her spiritual, empathic and intuitive skills to guide her clients in methods designed to improve their personal relationship skills, including their dating relationships.
Carl Landau is co-author of the new book, Pickleball for dummies. He has been an entrepreneur since the age of 26 and now in (un)Retirement is founder of Pickleball Media. He has started and sold three successful media companies, published five magazines (software development, winemaking and craft brewing industries). He currently hosts the popular podcast I Used to be Somebody, inspiring 50-plus-year-olds how to build their (un)Retirement good life, including, of course, a little bit about the virtues of the game he loves — pickleball.
Debra Jones RM is the producer and host of OWN THE GREY podcast about HEALTHY AGING in body, mind and spirit. Debra's mission is to dispel the myth that aging is undesirable, and set new, positive, healthy attitudes to reinstate the reverence it deserves! She is an award-winning holistic health professional, teacher, mentor and author of The Successful Healer: A Practical Guide for Holistic Health Practitioners. Known as 'The Healer's Healer' she shares her learning and wisdom with health practitioners to help them evolve personally and professionally to affect real change.
I am a trial lawyer, inventor, patent-holder, entrepreneur, martial artist, husband and father of six. At age 67, after a near-death experience gave me a moment of clarity, I reinvented myself and began a new career as a personal development coach and speaker.
Today, my mission is to help people our age understand that we can still reach the dreams we haven’t reached yet and that we need to ignore what society tries to tell us about what it means to be our age—which is that we’re basically done and need to shut up, sit down and let the next generation take the lead. I don’t buy that at all.
Ed Brazee is co-founder of BoomerTECH Adventures with colleagues Jill Spencer and Chris Toy. BoomerTECH Adventures helps fellow Boomers develop their digital expertise while modeling and encouraging compassion, honesty, fairness, respect for diversity, and adherence to ethical behavior. Using technology in this day and age is much more than knowing what buttons to push!
Ed is professor emeritus of education at the University of Maine where he taught for 25 years. He was also publications editor for the Association for Middle Level Education, and directed a highly regarded summer institute for teachers.
After helping care for her grandmother who had vascular dementia, Jennifer realized her Mother was showing signs of early onset Alzheimer’s. After the death of her father in 2017 Jennifer went searching for answers to many of the common questions and Alzheimer’s Caregiver faces. Being a busy entrepreneur Jennifer realized that a podcast would be the easiest way to learn more about caregiving while completing other tasks.
Sadly, in late 2017 she only found one and it didn’t quite address what she was looking for, so she did the next best thing, and started her own. The Fading Memories podcast is now in it’s fourth year and despite the death of her Mom in March 2020, Jennifer is still talking to caregivers and still learning how to be an excellent Caregiver. On the podcast she discusses caregiving, brain health, Self-Care and how to age well.
Kathy is a Partner at Picture A Moment Pet Productions LLC, a pet media production company and Golden Girls Community LLC.
PAMPP produces The Dog Connection Show, with includes these segments: The Good Dog Day; Crossing Rainbow Bridge--Before, After & Beyond; Empathy For Dogs; Canine NEWS; Dog Thoughts and so much more.
Gramps Jeffrey’s children’s book, “I Don’t Want to Turn 3”, explores what goes through a toddler’s mind that parents are so desperate to understand. It is based on the true experiences he has had with his 6 grandchildren that were born 2 each to his 3 Millennial daughters.
Gramps Jeffrey is the pen name for Marc Joseph whose first book “The Secrets of Retailing…How to Beat Wal-Mart” was written to help entrepreneurs and small businesses compete against the big guys. Arianna Huffington read his book and asked him to contribute to the Huffington Post. He has written over 100 articles about small businesses, education, the homeless and several other nonprofit topics dear to all of us.
Gramps and his lovely wife Cathy live in Scottsdale, Arizona where 2 of his grandchildren live. 2 more live in Austin, Texas and 2 in Orlando, Florida.
Nina Bard is co-owner of BRD Sport, a family-owned company dedicated to health, fitness and lifestyle. She and her husband started the business 15 years ago, with the intention of private labeling a line of high-quality compression bracing made 100% in the USA. While accomplishing that, Nina says she soon realized their orthopedic supports needed to be sold direct to consumer. Their ideal client is an active person who needs help to remain active and relieve pain no matter whether the pain results from a medical condition or a sports injury.
Renee Balcom is a passionate advocate for educating Baby Boomers around the business of care, both for their parents and other loved ones.
After working with hundreds of people who are classified as age-ed and needing care, she came to realize that most of the information being provided to us about aging and care is wrong; most of our beliefs about aging and care are wrong, and that her mission is to set the record straight.
Rick Bava writes a prominent, influential blog and is involved in key activities to address the topics most vital to the Baby Boomer Generation. Rick Bava is involved with radio, magazines, forums, seminars, and a book related to his work as a spokesperson for the Baby Boomer Generation.
Ron Kaiser, Ph.D., is a positive health psychologist, coach, author, podcaster, educator, consultant, and speaker. He has been in practice for more than five decades, including 25 years as Director of Psychology at the world-famous Jefferson Headache Center at Thomas Jefferson University. As an innovative thought leader in the field, he has developed the concepts of THE MENTAL HEALTH GYM, GOAL-ACHIEVING PSYCHOTHERAPY (GAP), THE TYPE P PERSONALITY, and REJUVENAGING®.
- Social Media Is Not A Substitute For Socializing
- The Lost Art of Paying Attention
- Don’t Turn Meditation Into A Chore
- Personal and Financial Development with Dev Keal
- Keeping it Holistic and Natural With Deborah Drummond
- Aging With Healthy Eyes & A Healthy Mind with Dr. Kimberley Linert
Ronald J. Surz is co-host of the Baby Boomer Investing Show and president of Target Date Solutions and Age Sage. Target Date Solutions serves institutional investors, namely 401(k) plans while Age Sage serves do-it-yourself individual investors.
His passion is helping his fellow Baby Boomers at this critical time in their lives when they are relying on their lifetime savings to support a Retirement with dignity. This is why, in 2021 he also wrote and published a book: Baby Boomer Investing in the Perilous 2020s: How to Live a Dignified Retirement.
Sharkie Zartman is a former USA All-American volleyball athlete and champion competitor at UCLA where her jersey was retired. She was a member of the U.S. Women's National Volleyball Team and also inducted into the California Beach Volleyball Hall of Fame.
She has taught health and fitness at the community college level for over forty years, and has written several award winning books, including Win at Aging, Have Fun Getting Fit, Empowered Aging, Shark Sense and #HeySportsParents. She is the host of Sharkie's PEP Talk on www.healthylife.net, and also a certified health coach. She is committed to bringing out the best in her students, clients, readers, and listeners, and also inspires people to live their best lives regardless of age.
Steve started his career as a Business Applications Programmer, and progressed as a College Data Processing Instructor, Systems Analyst, Data Center Manager and Chief Technology Officer at a multi-campus university system; before following his entrepreneurial dream as an Information Technology Consultant to nearly 900 organizations worldwide.