Why 70% of aging is voluntary and how you can avoid it until you are near the end of life.
How can you avoid many major illnesses and accidents (heart disease, stroke, diabetes etc.) altogether.
Whether or not women age differently than men.
Chris Crowley is a graduate of Harvard College and the University of Virginia Law School. For 25 years he was a litigation partner at a leading Wall St law firm. He retired at 56 to “lead more than one life”. He and his wife, portrait painter Hilary Cooper, moved to Aspen for five years to ski, write and so on. He had the idea for and co-authored Younger Next Year which has sold some million copies in 20 languages. The most recent book in the series is Younger Next Year: The Exercise Program.
We are thrilled to welcome publisher, author, and overseas retirement specialist, KATHLEEN PEDDICORD, this month on Smart Women Talk Radio.
Kathleen and Katana will discuss :
What you need to know about retiring overseas.
The world’s best places to retire.
What mistakes to avoid when retiring overseas.
Kathleen Peddicordhas covered the live, retire, and do business overseas beat for more than 30 years and is considered the world’s foremost authority on these subjects. She has traveled to more than 75 countries, invested in real estate in 21, established businesses in 7, renovated historic properties in 6, and educated her children in 4. In addition to her own daily e-letter, the Overseas Opportunity Letter, with a circulation of more than 300,000 readers, Kathleen writes regularly for U.S. News & World Report and Forbes.She is also the Founding Publisher of Live and Invest Overseas and author of innumerable books.
We are excited to welcome CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and retirement coach, KATANA ABBOTT, on Smart Women Talk Radio.
Katana and guest host, Chris Lewandowski-Freer, will discuss :
Why you want to retire to something — not from something.
How to create a midlife millionaire lifestyle without a million in the bank.
The 5 biggest mistakes women make with their retirement.
Katana Abbott, is a Certified Financial Planner™ professional and Retirement Coach. She began her financial planning career over 30 years ago because of her personal experiences with financial abuse, death, disability, divorce, and caregiving. Today, she teaches women to create a secure and wealthy retirement lifestyle by taking charge of their finances, getting organized and preparing for expected and unexpected life events. Katana is an author, inspirational speaker, and the host of Smart Women Talk Radio. She is the founder of the Designated Caregiver® program and the Smart Women Companies™.
To learn more about Katana, go to her website HERE.
How to get clear on what you actually want in your career and how you’re going to achieve it.
Tools to make the right choices for focus, productivity, and momentum.
How to build the community that will help you get to where you want to go in your career because success doesn’t happen in a vacuum.
Debbie Peterson helps professionals get extreme clarity on what it takes to create career success on their terms! As a business keynote speaker, author, trainer, and coach, she helps organizations fill their leadership pipeline with high potential talent that reaches for and realizes success by harnessing the power of their thoughts.
Dr. Sanderson and guest host, Chris Lewandowski-Freer, will discuss :
The link between longevity and a clear and positive mindset.
Ways to gain clarity and become more positive.
The impact of positivity and clarity on our health.
Dr. Catherine Sanderson is the Manwell Family Professor in Life Sciences (Psychology) at Amherst College. She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology, with a specialization in Health and Development, from Stanford University, and received both masters and doctoral degrees in psychology from Princeton University. Professor Sanderson’s research examines how personality and social variables influence health-related behaviors such as safer sex and disordered eating, the development of persuasive messages and interventions to prevent unhealthy behavior, and the predictors of relationship satisfaction.
To learn more about Dr. Sanderson, go to her website HERE.
Join us as Kathryn and guest host, Chris Lewandowski, discuss:
Why women should ALWAYS work in some flexible way for long-term financial security.
Asserting your own brand of ambition and “leaning in between.”
How and where to find the six different kinds of flexwork.
Kathryn Sollmann has created and led hundreds of conferences and workshops that help women sustain and advance careers as they blend work and life. She is afrequent media resource on women’s work vs. family issues, active participation in long-term financial security, and encouraging all women to be creative, realistic and unstoppable when it comes to blending work and life. Kathryn is a mother of two adult daughters, and she has worked non-stop since age 16. She coaches women with insights from her own flexible work experience—as a full-time and part-time employee, a business owner, a marketing consultant, a telecommuter, a freelancer and a recruiter.