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Join Dale Irvin, Tim Slagle, and Carolyn Strauss as we experience the "coast music" Of Jed Clampit. Jed is a singer and songwriter who has written for, and toured with Willy Nelson. He's got stories and he's got music, and best of all, he's a boomer just like us.

This week we combine the comedy with music and the result is fantastic.

Dale, Tim, and Carolyn talk with Sandra Long, an expert on the use of the internet application, LinkedIn. Usine LinkedIn puzzles me and may puzzle you too, so take a listen and become unpuzzled.

Retirement is on the minds of all baby boomers. What are we going to do? Can we afford to do it? What's the next stage? Our guest this week is Tom Wilson, the author of Next Stage, a book all about boomers and retirement. Join Dale Irvin, Tim Slagle, and Carolyn Strauss as we interview Tom and prepare for whatever is coming next.

Dale. Tim, and Carolyn talk to speaker Thom Singer who urges boomers to try something diffenent to make their lives better. 

Join Dale, Tim, and Carolyn as they chat with comedian, author, radio host and raconteur, fellow boomer, Dobie Maxwell. Dobie talks about comedy, wrestling, political correctness and life in general. This is one funny show.

This week the three boomers; Dale Irvin, Tim Slagle, and Carolyn Strauss, salute the late Jackie Mason and chat with Francine Russo, author of the book "Love After Fifty." If you are a boomer who's looking for a partner, this is the show to listen to.

As baby boomers, we read a lot. We didn't have video games to waste our time, we read books. This week Dale, Tim, and Carolyn talk about books, from the ones that taught them to read, to the ones that influenced them growing up. And of course, it's all funny.

This week the three boomers talk to two more boomers with another podcast for baby boomers. Join us as we chat with Paul Menzel and Jim Conlan, hosts of the podcast New Tricks For Old Dogs. It's a lot of fun.

The three boomers chat with speaker and consultant Phil Gerbyshak about building your personal brand, whether you think you need one or not. Your brand identifies you and helps in business and in life. And the best part is that it doesn't require a branding iron.

In our special Fourth of July show the three boomers, Dale Irvin, Tim Slagle, and Carolyn Strauss interview a man who knows a lot about freedom and liberty, Winston Churchill. Listen and learn.

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