Monday, October 27, 2008

A Three-Year African Trek



A Three-Year African Trek
Friday, October 31
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast


For Beyond 50's "World Travel" talks, listen to an interview with Alexandre Pousson of "Africa Trek" about taking a three-year long honeymoon trek walking the whole length of Africa with his wife Sonia. They traveled eleven countries and 14,000-kilometers without sponsors, relying solely on hospitality along the way.*

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Experience Doing Meaningful Work the ENCORE Career Way
For Beyond 50's "Career" talks, listen to an interview with Joel Carnes of the ENCORE Career Institute. He will explain about how to plan your career in midlife that is about meaningful work that you can love and be passionate about.

Sound SymbolTo Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 82




Fitness Expert Stephanie Spangler on Tennis
For Beyond 50's "Fitness" talks, listen to an interview with Stephanie Spangler of the Eastmoreland & Clackamas Racquet Club. She will explain about how to stay fit and in shape with tennis. It has many health benefits.

Sound SymbolTo Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 41




Get Your Adult Kids Out of the House Now!
After graduating from college, about 50% of young adults return back to the "nest" for good. Many leave home to only come back within 3 - 5 years. For Beyond 50's "Parenting" talks, listen to interview with Ellen Gibran-Hesse, the author of "Failure to Launch" about how to really prepare your kids, arming them with practical skills so that they can live independently on their own and not have to return. The education for this really begins in their teen years.

Sound SymbolTo Hear the Past Recording, Click on This Link: Episode 80



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How to Grow Giant Vegetables/Dress Your Middle Age



How to Grow Giant Vetables/Dress Your Middle Age
Friday, October 24
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Gardening" talks, listen to an interview with Roland Evans of Bountea. He is the brother of John Evans who holds several world records for growing the largest vegetables. Roland will explain how it's done using a compost tea with lots of microorganisms and other tricks. He also specializes in growing highly organic fruits and vegetables and will share some of his own gardening secrets. Afterwards, Jandi Gerard of Inspire Style offers great tips and strategies for Boomer men and women wo look good as the body ages over time.

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Spiritual Teacher Elle Collier Re
For Beyond 50's "Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Ascended Mystic Elle Collier Re talk about her inner experiences growing up that shaped her spiritual maturity as an adult. She also answerw what many wonder about: based on her profound and sacred experiences: Who is God and what are we all doing here? Elle is the founder of HeartGate Sanctuary in Hood River, Oregon.

Sound SymbolTo Hear the Past Recording, Click on This Link: Episode 76


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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Fear from the Financial Crisis/The Accidental Comic



It's a Wonderful Life
Fear from the Financial Crisis/The Accidental Comic
Friday, October 17
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Finance" talks, we're having Joan Sotkin back again. She's the bestselling author of "Build Your Money Muscles" to talk how to deal with fears around money, especially in reaction to the recent financial crisis. She'll also discuss about emotional dysfunctions around money that can keep many wanting to overspend, underearn and stay chronically in debt. Afterwards, listen to an interview Leigh Ann Jasheway-Bryant, the Accidental Comic who is a stress management and humor expert, writer, and comedy coach. She'll discuss about how Boomers can help themselves to be happy as you go through your many life trasitions that can be uncomfortable, even traumatic.

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Online DatingThe Do's & Don'ts of Online Dating
For Beyond 50's "Dating Again" talks, listen to an interview with Jill Crosby, the founder of www.spiritualsingles.com, one of the internet's largest online dating services. From years of experience in matching couples, she offers good advice on the best ways to attract your best, potential mate online and what can be a turn-off.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Live Broadcast, Click on This: Episode 39



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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Raymond Francis: One Disease, Two Causes, Six Pathways



Never Be Sick Again
Raymond Francis: One Disease, Two Causes, Six Pathways
Friday, October 10
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m.(ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, learn from Raymond Francis, an internationally recognized leader in the emerging field of Optimal Health Maintenance. He's also the bestselling author of "Never Be Sick Again." He'll share his revolutionary theory of health and disease: there is only one disease, only two causes of disease, and six pathways to health and disease.

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BailoutCongress, There is a Plan B! Bailout is Not the Answer
For Beyond 50's "Economics" talks, listen to an interview with Harley Schlanger from the LaRouche Political Action Committee about their alternative plan that's not a hyperinflationary bailout. The recent economic collapse in America has rippled to create global havoc. A viable solution comes from the programs and policies instituted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt that have successfully rebuilt America after the Wall Street crash of the 1930s.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Live Broadcast, Click on This: Episode 70



West Point Graduation
Following West Point's 2002 Graduates "In a Time of War"
For Beyond 50's "History" talks, listen to an interview with Bill Murphy, Jr. talk about the brave and heartbreaking story of the graduates of West Point's class of 2002 who were the first generation to go into armed combat after graducation. They were touted as the "Golden Children" and new face of the army, whose graduation would coincide with the bicentennial of the academy's founding. But soon after the start of the Senior year, their lives were transformed by September 11.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Live Broadcast, Click on This: Episode 72





Lower Your Medical Care Costs

The New Health Insurance Solution

You can get better health coverage without a traditional Employer Plan. This is according to Paul Zane Pilzer, the author of "The New Health Insurance Solution." He recommends switching to a health insurance policy with a high deductible because it's less expensive than a group policy. You have the opportunity to have a Heath Savings Account with a high deductible policy. The money contributed in the account is all tax deductible.

Last month, we had featured the concept of Retainer-Based Medicine (also called Concierge Medicine), featuring Dr. Norcom of the West Linn Preferred Care. If you haven't heard the interview earlier, we highly recommend you do so to save even more money. Beyond 50 encourages more health practitioners offer this kind of health program for their patients.


Dr. Derek NorcomRetainer Medicine: An Affordable Way to Pay for Health Care
With the current managed care insurance system, your doctor doesn't work for you. Physicians work for your insurance company. Dr. Derek Norcom is a physician who offers an alternative: get comprehensive medical care at deeply discounted rates through a Retainer-Based medical program (also called Concierge Medicine).

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