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Rock Your Retirement Show

Are you retired or about to retire? Retirement isn't just about money. In our show we talk about the other things that will impact you such as: Social and Family Adventure and Travel Volunteer and Philanthropy Spiritual/soul Sex in retirement (I usually have therapists discuss this topic) Helping your parents/sandwich generation issues Baby Boomers are often helping both their children and their parents at the same time. Our goal is to help you have a great retirement, regardless of the amount of money you've saved. We want you to Rock Your Retirement!
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Apr 28, 2016

Mira Simon can help you give the best gift to your grandchild EVER.

She is a professionally trained coach from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), and an independent educational consultant who specializes in helping High School Students to go through the college planning, preparation and application process without overwhelm, so that they feel excited and confident that they have what they need to choose a college that is best for them.  How is her service the best gift to your grandchild? 

Read more HERE.

Apr 25, 2016

Rocking Retirement by Raising Alpacas!

In 2004 Julie and her husband Don, left corporate jobs in San Diego to live in a home in the country on 10 acres. She was still the president of the San Diego Professional Coaching Alliance which had 200 members and she drove 90 miles every month to lead the meetings. She still coached some of the time, yet yearned for more. Enter raising alpacas!

After researching the business opportunities with this loveable livestock, they converted 2.5 acres into what is now Alpacas of Anza Valley.  This is where they are raising Alpacas in their Retirement.

Read more HERE.

Apr 21, 2016

Christine Burke is a fitness trainer and coach at San Diego Premier Training in Carlsbad, CA which is in San Diego, California's North County.  

As an un-athletic child and overweight young adult, Christine understands first hand the obstacles in losing weight, learning to exercise and making the time for healthy habits.

Her customized fitness programs are designed to find the fun in your journey for good health. 

Read more HERE.

Apr 18, 2016

Sally was raised in the Pittsburgh area. She left for college in 1967 attending Brandeis University in the Boston area. She followed that with a Master’s Degree at Boston University. Sally lived in Boston until 1993 working for some very small manufacturing companies.

In 1986 she, along with her partner founded a manufacturers representative’s company and they specialized in selling power sources to manufacturers.

1993 she sold her portion of the business to her partner and moved to Southern California she and her significant other founded a company together. The company was a US distributor for a Chinese manufacturing company of small displays. They ran that company for 10 years and sold it in 2007.  This is where her retirement began.

After that, Sally joined SCORE which is a national organization that serves small businesses. 

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Apr 14, 2016

Susi Vine began downsizing with Senior Move Masters in November 2010, and since then, she has led crews as Team Leader, and she provides consultations for new clients who are considering their move.   Her crews packing and unpack their client's homes and help them with downsizing.

Susi earned a BFA in Theatre Design and Technology, and has studied Residential Design.  Her experience in design, space planning, and universal accessibility support the needs of Senior Move Masters’ clients looking to de-clutter, downsize, and relocate to a new home or age in place.

Read more HERE.

 

Apr 11, 2016

Do you want to retire at Age 40?  Wendy Holt did it!

Wendy Holt picked up everything and was able to retire at age 40. She downsized, moved to Costa Rica and is enjoying the retirement of her dreams.

So I guess that you could say that she is completely rocking it in the Adventure area of retirement!

Wendy is from Los Angeles, CA and she went from the hustle and bustle of big city life, working over 2000 hours a year in a high stress job to living in a 500 square foot home in the rural jungles of Costa Rica.

Wendy and her husband at the time, always wanted to retire early, but didn’t know that they could retire at age 40. They had traveled a lot over the years, but they really loved Costa Rica. They decided to visit Costa Rica to just do research on the housing market with no intention of buying a home. During that trip, they ended up finding their perfect home and bought it. They went back to Los Angeles, sold their house, sold their cars, quit their jobs and left to retire at age 40!

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Apr 7, 2016

Brenda Geiger helps save headaches and money problems for her clients and their families!

She wanted to be a figure skater when she was little, but instead she grew up to be an Estate Planning Attorney. Brenda has been helping her clients for over 12 years.

In California, if you have done no planning, your family could wind up paying up to 8% of your gross estate! The GROSS estate is the value of your property, without subtracting what you owe on it.    This causes headaches and money problems for your family!

Brenda’s practice focuses on Trusts, Estate Planning, Trust Administration, Business, and Elder Law, and she teaches us how to save headaches and money for our families by explaining READ MORE

 

Apr 4, 2016

Get out and Do Something!

Why is Teri's advice to get out and do something?  Before Teri Lippert retired always had a volunteer spirit.  She worked for the Girl Scouts program and had planned on working for a few more years before retirement.  However, after working 14 hour days and dealing with some difficult work situations, she decided to retire early while she was still young enough to travel and do other things that she wanted to do.

Luckily she had planned well financially and was able to do this.  But what was she going to do with her time?  When she was working she had NO HOBBIES.  Her work was her entire life.  After a year, she started feeling depressed and figured that she’d better figure it out, so used her work skills to find out how to Rock her Retirement.   She knew that she had to get out and do something.  So she did. 

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