Planet BoomerVille for baby boomers with Jim Enright
About This Show
Planet BoomerVille is for Baby Boomers, those born between 1946-1964. It is about remaining Stellar and Living Life Lively in the finite time we have remaining. That means Baby Boomer brain and physical health. Baby Boomer family relationships, love, Boomer sex, romance, Boomer Dating, grey divorce, Baby Boomer retirement, finances, and new business ventures. Making new friends and appreciating old friends. Lot's of music, new and old. It is about baby boomers new life beginning and adventures. Planet BoomerVille is about embracing the future and making your now as big as your past. Maybe even better. Why not? Why not you?
Most Recent Episode
“ReZoom the Boom, it’s time to call the roll again” w/ Jim Cathcart. Ep: 36.
7 days ago
Jim Cathcart is the epitome of a baby boomer - born on the first year of the boom and graduated high school on the last year. In his mid 20’s he discovered Earl Nightingale. This led to a storied career as a National Speaker and inspirer of 10’s of thousands, author of numerous books, top 1% of TEDx speakers, teacher of entrepreneurship, advisor. Still speaking, coaching, and singing in his band. Jim Cathcart wrote what could be the next anthem of the Baby Boomers - “ReZoom the Boom.” Listen on Spotify. Partial lyrics. ReZoom the Boom It’s time to call the roll again. We’ll rock and roll till the very end. We still have our dreams sweetheart. The baby boomers headed for retirement To many people are letting go They think achievement time is over It’s time to grow Time to ReZoom the Boom. It all ReZooms when you begin to dream. Time to call the roll again. We’ll rock and roll till the very end. Show Notes Why he is not on an island somewhere. The story of ReZoom the Boom. Retire “to” not “from.” Life is the impulse to create and achieve. Desire is possibility seeking to be expressed. How do we continue to stay relevant? Recognize you may be obsolete in some things. 20/20 Hindsight is not perfect. “Without reflection there is no true learning.” - Kevin Buck