There is a movement. A mega-trend. Baby Boomers are once again changing life expectations, breaking down barriers, and making a difference by defining their “retirement years” on their own terms.
ProBoomer BOOMcast: Manifesto Against Ageism
Ageism is self-defeating for our society, the economy, business success, health and just plain inaccurate. The benefits of bringing awareness to the new reality of age are gargantuan.
BOOMcast: Boomer Megatrends
Seismic changes are happening in our society and economy because of the changes Baby Boomers are bringing about on purpose and by circumstance.
Boomers defining how they want to age to the very end (and profit by it)
We radically redefined what it was to be a young adult. We’re radically redefining what it is to be in this older phase of life. Let’s radically redefine what it will be like for us and those we love in the final times as well.
Don’t Judge Me by the Wrinkles on my Skin (but consider their value)
What do you think of this video's thumbnail image? Ageist or telling (or both)? Is being active, vibrant, creative, ambitious, inventive and relevant only ascribed to youth? Do other generations as well as Baby Boomers themselves assume this? Share your comments.
Boomers: This is your time of life to be like a Millennial
Pivoting careers and pivoting life purpose. These are trends amongst Millennials and ones that Boomers are starting to embrace in and approaching their so-called “retirement years”.
YoungMan (Blues) becomes OldMan (Blues) for Boomers
How Baby Boomers Shifted the Power in Society and Lost Out
Mitch Albom Column: Our Growing Ageism Issue
Ageism is growing yet it is a discrimination that gets far less attention than other biases.
ProBoomer exists to support the millions of Baby Boomers who are redefining the so-called “Retirement” phase of life.
Boomer Buying Power (Infographic)
Who better to market and sell to the most powerful market on earth, than Boomers themselves!
Baby Boomers are Still a Force for Change
In the 1960’s Baby Boomers transformed society. Fifty years later, we’re doing it again.