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Kickass Boomers is THE PLACE to find inspiration and motivation for boomers from 55-100 to help them live a "Life Inspired". Terry interviews boomers who Refuse to Age and are living a life of purpose and passion into their 60's, 70's, and beyond. Subscribe now for your weekly dose of inspiration.
 
Hosted by Hollywood producer and political media strategist Ben Mathis, KickAss News is a twice weekly podcast that features the most interesting personalities and thought leaders in politics, entertainment, tech, business, science, and more. Enjoy the podcast? Then please support the show and help keep us on the air by making a donation to our GoFundMe campaign at www.gofundme.com/kickassnews. Another way you can support the show is to subscribe to the podcast and leave us a review on iTune ...
 
As a Certified Executive Coach and Performance Consultant, I started ImpactBank to support executives in transition. ImpactBank's signature system is called ON YOUR MARK... To maximize ROI, ImpactBank focus especially on the first 180 days an executives spends in a new position. ImpactBank's the Kickass Koach podcast is designed to share stories--my own and others--to inspire, educate and encourage these new leaders to maximize and leverage the early days in a new role and AVOID the common m ...
 
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How well are you able to listen to understand those who experience the world differently from you? Communication requires the work of all parties seeking to engage together. 2021 theme: resilience May topic: power Weekly Focus: words are powerful This week's question for reflection: how do I ensure my words express clarity to make my influence and …
 
Our Kickass Boomer of the Day is Judy Laufer, award-winning children, and young adult author. Judy joins us in this episode to talk about her books for grandparents, which they can read and discuss with their grandchildren. She also shares some advice for boomers who want to try something new. It doesn’t have to be related to writing like Judy. It …
 
Cytobacteria?, Invisible Fences, Jurassic Garden, Zee Deeehnay, Branching Worms, Simulated Impact, COVID Update, 1 To 3, Baby Mantis Punch, Holographic Histopathology, Fertility Feed, Bat Senses, Seat Of Consciousness, Cinco de Mayo Science News... The post 05 May, 2021 – Episode 823 – Cinco de Mayo Science Salsa! appeared first on This Week in Sci…
 
A monthly podcast talking to inspirational people from the fields of Music, Adventure and Culture. I interview opera singer Seljan Nasibli about how she fell into her career and the me too movement through opera. I also interview adventurer and barrister Faraz Shibli about crossing the Gobi desert by foot and his human rights work, and Yolanda Cope…
 
How are you exercising your power and influence at work? How are you making your power work for what you want to influence in the world? 2021 theme: resilience May topic: power Weekly Focus: working through power This week's question for reflection: when am I responsible to use the power or influence I have to make change or raise red flags & what …
 
You are not too old to dream. Joseph Drolshagen or as his peers call him, Joey, joins us in this episode to help us get out of the trap full of fear, doubts, and worry. He shares some valuable lessons that prioritize paying attention to what you say to yourself and where you get your advice from. Joey also emphasizes that mindset is key and vision …
 
Mars Milestones, Whey To Go, Whale Speak, Malaria Success, Bacterial Biofilms, Anti-Stars?, COVID Update, Sponge Tracks, Fruit Fly Marathoners, Antibiotic Time Bomb, New Nomenclature, Drug-Finding Tool, Lost Identity, And Much More... The post 28 April, 2021 – Episode 822 – This Show is Totally Reasonable appeared first on This Week in Science - Th…
 
When adversity is big and dramatic our response will match it. When it takes the form of a slow but constant drone, it can have an equally traumatic impact but is often left to fester. 2021 theme: resilience April topic: adversity Weekly Focus: the constant drone...the accumulative effect This week's question for reflection: the blahs: when adversi…
 
Learn how to age shamelessly with our resident Ageism Prosecutor, Mariann Aalda. Mariann was famously known for her role as DiDi Bannister on the ABC soap opera, The Edge of Night. After a successful career in front of the camera, she decided to practice hypnotherapy, where she realized her clients don’t need hypnosis. Rather, they have to be “de-h…
 
Making Chimeras, Bad Humans, Forgotten Coffee, Interview w/ Dr. Greg Gbur on Light and Invisibility, COVID Dogs, Beetle Pee, Snake Venom, Honey Fallout, Slow Rex, Glancing Gaze, Traveling Tarantulas, Shift Work Woes, And Much More... The post 21 April, 2021 – Episode 821 – Putting Science in the Light appeared first on This Week in Science - The Ki…
 
Calculating risk is really difficult. Not because it can't be measured but because humans are irrational at heart. 2021 theme: resilience April topic: adversity Weekly Focus: the risks in adversity This week's question for reflection: how have I reacted in the past to potential risks associated with adverse events and what does this reaction say ab…
 
Carol Cooke was once told by a doctor that she would no longer live her life as she knew it after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Her condition, though, did not stop her from doing what she wanted to do, finding herself rowing then cycling in competitions.The results of her hard work and perseverance are impressive and inspirational for Bo…
 
FermiLab Followup, Almost Astronauts, How Do You Scream, Moving Fish, Magic Mood Mushroom, Crazy Light, Monkey Speed Bumps, COVID Update, It's A Yawn, Bird Blood Heaters, Halfway To Zero, Imprinting Autism?, Facial Phrenology?, Gar Brains, And Much More... The post 14 April, 2021 – Episode 820 – Is it Time Yet??? appeared first on This Week in Scie…
 
We may first see the drama in every adverse event, however, the sooner we move beyond the drama the more clearly we see the lessons. 2021 theme: resilience April topic: adversity Weekly Focus: adversities' drama This week's question for reflection: what is the drama, that I associate with my current adversity, that is clouding my perspective and bl…
 
Dana Gribble lost her successful travel business due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She was angry at first, but when she finally decided to take action, everything changed. She found herself in the gifting business, space she never imagined she would be in had the pandemic not happened. Now, she’s helping a few business partners to launch an ethical bus…
 
New Physics?, Sensitive Tattoos, COVID Update, PUF Piece, Interview w/ Ben Goldfarb for International Beaver Day, Worm hunting Snails, Blaring Fireflies, Norwegian Blobs, Battery Race, Neander Ancestors, Rain Rules, Tit Turnover, Game Guides, Brain Glue, And Much More... The post 07 April, 2021 – Episode 819 – What Should You Know About Beavers? ap…
 
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick come back to the podcast to discuss their new 3-part documentary on Ernest Hemingway. They share their own memories of the first Hemingway books they ever read, the challenges of getting to the real person behind the legend, and what it was like to re-examining some of the trouble aspects of the writer’s personality from h…
 
The way we process an adverse event, over time, becomes habitual. Is it time to reflect on the approach you are using? 2021 theme: resilience April topic: adversity Weekly Focus: processing adverse events This week's question for reflection: what if the way I typically process adversity determines how I turn it to my favour? Use this link to quickl…
 
Imagine a house filled with friends! Dorothy Mazeau joins us in this episode to reimagine our home for fun, companionship--and income! Dorothy draws on her more than 20 years of experience living in shared homes to promote an alternative for nursing homes and a way for Boomers to not live alone. She will also talk about her personal mission as a lo…
 
Synthetic Life, Old Bones, Circus Rabbits, Interview with Michelle Nijhuis re: Beloved Beasts, Dreaming Octopus, Big Fangs, Australasian South American?, Social Distanced Mice, Antimatter Lasers, Invasive Species, Xenobot The Sequel, And Much More... The post 31 March, 2021 – Episode 818 – What to Do About the Beasts? appeared first on This Week in…
 
Brian Bent actively and deliberately creates the world he wants to inhabit. Like filmmakers who are "auteurs" because of how they impact every element of a story told on film, Brian is an auteur for how he has crafted his personal brand story told in real life (including film). From his midcentury modern home that he recreated, to the hotrods he bu…
 
Practicing our capacity to act with courage ensures we are able to apply it wisely when it counts. 2021 theme: resilience March topic: courage Weekly Focus: courage to act This week's question for reflection: what is one thing I can do to sharpen my capacity to act with courage when it counts? Links to walk together: Find me on LINKEDIN and connect…
 
Our Kickass Boomer of the Day is Rick Terrien, author, owner of 9 patents, recipient of the Small Business Product of the Year, and founder of 4 startup companies. In this episode, we talk about starting a business, the Boomer Way. Rick shares 3 simple ways we can take to start a business and reminds us that it is not really hard. It’s just somethi…
 
Water Worries, Union Economics, Predator Poop, Brain Tumor Vaccine?, Not So Mysterious Human, Anti-Vax Vaccination , Wafting Bee Wings, Bonobo Baby, Brain Pathogens, Bronze Age Grub Hub, Big Brains, Removing False Memories, And Much More... The post 24 March, 2021 – Episode 817 – Let’s Talk Science! appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kick…
 
Melissa Bernstein co-founded the wildly successful toy company Melissa & Doug. You might think that this happily-married mother of 6, who has created over 5,000 toys which have sold over a billion dollars, is always chipper and full of positivity, but Melissa reveals that many days she wonders if she'll make it tomorrow. She opens up about how her …
 
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