Boomer Entrepreneurship Post-Pandemic – Something to Consider

Wendy Mayhew offers very practical advice and insight for aspiring entrepreneurs.

Now what? Pause then Pivot during the Pandemic

There is so much concern about the post-pandemic future and not knowing how our world and life will be different. So what can we do now? Some ideas in this ProBoomer video blog.

If you’re over 50: How to stay Vital & Healthy

Forget your age number. What is your vitality number? That's what we should be recognizing. How vital are we in our lives, relationships, work and purpose?

What’s Next after the Pandemic? Insight & Advice from a Top Global Futurist

The post-coronavirus future may be as scary as the pandemic. Our world, life, economy and jobs will be different. But Karen Sands asserts there can be a silver lining

Preparing for After the Pandemic: Finances, Employment and the Economy

Chris Farrell of Marketplace shares what we should start assessing, considering and preparing for once the pandemic passes.

Boomer: Surviving the pandemic and preparing for afterwards – It is critical to stay connected

Staying connected is critical for everyone, especially those of us over 50 and particularly for solo agers. Aging expert Dr. Dara Zeff Geber and ProBoomer's Paul Long have ideas and solutions on how to be connected in the midst of the Corona Virus Pandemic.

After the pandemic: Impact on employment & jobs

How will this pandemic change our lives, the economy, work, and so many other factors once we've conquered it? Now is the time to start preparing and thinking about it.

ProBoomer: With Covid-19 How Do I Prepare for an Unknown Future?

This may be the time to think about the important things you never have time to think about. Especially people 50+ and especially now given what's happening and how our world will be different post-Covid-19. It's time to Think Different. Here are resources to kick start you.

The most important question to ask yourself in your second half of life.

The most important question to ask yourself in your second half of life.

Boomer Job Seekers: Overcome ageism by showing otherwise

It is up to each one of us to put in the effort and self-awareness to counter misconceptions. It’s not always ageism. Sometimes it’s us.