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
How one person crashed, burned, reinvented and created two new companies. With Damion Lupo. Ep. 019.
5 days ago
Many baby boomers have experienced bankruptcy, foreclosure, business loss, divorce, humiliation, and other traumatic experiences. Those life events can become a personal identity that lingers for years, unless there is a process of introspection, re-wiring, and re-inventing. Our guest today, Damion Lupo, had great success in his twenties, only to crash and burn. He went through a process before reinventing himself, writing three books, and now owning two successful financial services companies. On his journey he has started 30 businesses, and shares lessons learned. He is mission and purpose driven with many lessons in this episode. Expect a future episode about creating a Qualified Retirement Plan that will give you a totally new perspective on Wall Street and investing. Feature Segments Why he does not like the word “retirement.” (2:25) Why would you stop contributing? (4:00) When stop using your mind and engaging. (4:55) Having the financial trappings. (6:20) Problem when he created his first financial empire. (7:30) Being the “golden child.” (8:19) People do not see under the hood of outwardly successful people. (8:35) Damion’s mistakes. (8:30) What Damion did to get his confidence back. (10:50) Trigger events. (11:10) His process after the trigger event. (11:47) The moment. (12:12) The difference-he surrendered and sought the truth. (13:35) It’s about ownership. Could take 5 minutes or 5 years. (15:10) Asked what could I do that would benefit other people? (16:29) The pain of regret vs. the pain of discipline. (22:02) The fear of failure