1. Richard Eisenberg: Journalist Money Magazine, People, Yahoo and PBS's Next Avenue on (Un)Retirement Carl Landau, Rich Eisenberg 52:00

Carl had the opportunity to meet one of the legends in the personal finance world and a founding father of the (un)Retirement Movement — Richard Eisenberg. He has spent 40+ years as reporter, editor, writer, producer and popular podcast host for iconic media brands such as Money Magazine, People, Good Housekeeping, Yahoo and MoneyWatch. But what is probably one of the more interesting things we learn about is his advice for others, who are looking to retire now or just recently (un)retired, just like he did just did 9 months ago. A sudden blank calendar can be very scary…….or an exciting opportunity.

• More about Richard Eisenberg:  https://www.nextavenue.org/writer/richard-eisenberg

• Episode Content: https://pickleballmediahq.com/blog/Richard-Eisenberg-Interview-Journalist-Money-Magazine-People-Yahoo-and-PBSs-Next-Avenue-on-unRetirement

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Carl Landau Author, Podcaster

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.