Revolutionize Your Retirement Radio

Revolutionize Your Retirement Radio

A top retirement podcast and longevity planning podcast. Dr. Dorian Mintzer, M.S.W., Ph.D., Board Certified Coach, and Certified Professional Retirement Coach guides you on how to revolutionize all aspects of your retirement transition. This podcast will teach you how to retire with joy and confidence, ready to live the fullest in the second half of your life. In this podcast, Dr. Mintzer interviews a wide variety of experts in various areas of retirement and longevity planning, spanning the topics of money, purpose, meaning, lifestyle, identity, and health. Our goal is to help you make the most of this next stage of your life. The concept of retirement is changing. It isn’t just an age OR a financial number. It's finding a balance between living well today and feeling confident about your retirement transition years and gaining more freedom to pursue the life you want. Join the Revolutionize Your Retirement community at


September 26, 2023 57 mins

Anyone who began working 20 or 30 years ago has witnessed astonishing changes in the workplace during their career. When the global pandemic hit, older workers fortunate enough to retain their jobs once again had to navigate enormous upheaval virtually overnight. Working from home, often in isolation, over-fifties found themselves facing daunting technological and social challenges. 

Influenced by the profound changes in the workpla...

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Dr. Karl Singer is a family physician and geriatrician who recently retired from active practice in Exeter, NH. Over more than 40 years in practice, he has seen enormous changes in the patterns of illness in his older patients. The changes reflect both advances in medical care and a new understanding of the importance of lifestyle on illness and quality of life.

In this episode, Dr. Singer will discuss strategies for optim...

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Denise Archie will share her 5 keys to personal success - how many balls are you juggling? Denise's approach to life, work, and play is a combination of "loving what I do" and anything I do must pass my "five non-negotiables” test:

  •  Is it fun?
  • Do I like who I am being in this relationship?
  • Does it make a difference to others?
  • What can I learn?
  • What can we learn together?

This highly engaging and interactive s...

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Discover how adjusting your thoughts can change your health—from the "mother of mindfulness" and the first female tenured professor of psychology at Harvard.

When it comes to our health, too many of us think that a medical diagnosis describes a static or worsening condition. We live our lives as though our ailments—our stiff knees, frayed nerves, or failing eyesight—can only change in one direction: for the worse. 

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In this episode, David will discuss the organizational story behind his non-profit organization, All Hands Volunteers. He'll talk about how and why he founded it, the challenges of starting a small international program, and some aspects of volunteering. He'll share his personal experience of Katrina, the 2010 Haiti earthquake, and the 2011 Japan tsunami, in each case personally arriving in the disaster zone in the first ...

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Crossing the threshold into late life can feel like a high-wire act without a net. But, if you are retiring or rewiring, ill or caregiving, feeling purposeful or disoriented, yearning to serve or do spiritual practice, you can learn to cross over from denial to awareness, from distraction to presence, from role to soul.

How do we explore who we are beyond work? How do we uncover the unconscious material that erupts around losing our...

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Interested in turning healthy eating into a simple, delicious, and sustainable daily practice? Been burned by "diets" and looking for a sensible approach to eating that fits your tastes and busy, on-the-go life?

In this episode, you'll discover:

  • What the experts have to say about eating to feel better NOW, lose harmful belly fat, reduce sugar and inflammation, improve digestion, and prevent and manage disease
  • Three ...
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Douglas Goldstein, CFP, will present the research that he's done over the past five years with World Chess Champion Susan Polgar about how high-level participants in any field often miss critical information in their decision-making process and how investors can use the same strategies that chess grandmasters use in order avoid the common downfalls.

In this episode, you'll discover:

  • What is holding you back from financi...
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There are 75 million Americans over the age of sixty, many of them looking to continue the personal growth journey that has been the hallmark of their generation. They want to grow old, not just get old. The path of purposeful aging is accessible to all - and it's fundamental to health, happiness, and longevity. Just floating along from one year to the next, accepting things as they present themselves without question or inten...

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Newspaper columnist and beloved pediatrician Dr. Marilyn Heins, MD, has fashioned a pathway through the transformative senior years of life after having entered the octogenarian years herself. Marilyn takes on her role of tour guide through this new terrain with her typical poise and acumen while offering a healthy dose of humor. Approaching the aging journey as a landscape in an unfamiliar country, Marilyn imagines us all to be im...

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One unique way to help seniors feel great about themselves is via memory training. In this episode, Dana Steinova discusses her memory training approach based on mnemonics. Its power is in its ability to change the mindset of people who suffer from memory lapses and people who are giving up, accepting their memory problems as inevitable or something that belongs to the natural aging process. Her program convinces the participants t...

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Does the prospect of retirement daunt you? Do you and your partner have dreams for this significant transition? Can you envision a meaningful life beyond work?

Kim Potgieter believes that creating your best life cannot be left to chance. In her book, Retiremeant: Get More Meaning From Your Money, she demonstrates that taking an active role in preparing for retirement enables you to live without regrets.

Join us for this pro...

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This "other Dr. Ruth" will gently guide you through the intricacies of parenting your adult children. With the wisdom of a scholar and the humility that only the mother of four grownups can bring to the subject, she deftly addresses issues of communication, in-laws, stylistic and cultural differences, grandparenting, disappointment, adult sibling relationships, money, and more, while encouraging us to acknowledge and util...

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What is The Attention Factor®? Why is it important to know about it? How can it change lives?

The Attention Factor® presents the concept of attention in a completely new way. Attention is not about focus or concentration (although these things are part of it). The Attention Factor® teaches us how to use attention to improve our emotional well-being and the emotional well-being of others.

  • "You've basically saved my daugh...
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Meg Newhouse, Ph.D., co-founder of the Life Planning Network and author of Legacies of the Heart: Living a Life that Matters, will discuss her unique perspective on legacy as a compass for enriching our lives and leaving behind evidence that our lives mattered and "left the world a little better than it was." She will share a few of the many stories in her book that illustrate the various dimensions and kinds of legacy we...

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Place plays a significant but often unacknowledged role in health and happiness. The right place elevates personal well-being. It can help promote purpose, facilitate human connection, catalyze physical activity, support financial health, and inspire community engagement. Conversely, the wrong place can be detrimental to health. For many of us, the pandemic has raised the importance of where you live but evaluating and finding the ...

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Which is changing faster, the chicken or the egg? It isn't a question of which came first anymore. Or which goes next. It's the question of being able to keep up with both simultaneously in a world of continuous and discontinuous change.

In today's episode, you will discover:

  • an overview of the history of retirement
  • the context and environment in which we are experiencing and trying to plan retirement
  • how to identify...
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Episode Description:

This program is for anyone in a position of influence in an organization or those who train these individuals. It's also for those who feel they are drowning in information but starving for wisdom about what behaviors nurture people, organizations, and communities at large.

In this episode, you'll discover:

  • how to define sage-ing
  • how sage-ing influenced my leadership book
  • why my bo...
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How do we age better? Societies are unprepared to handle the changes their longer-aging populations create. How can we create a new paradigm that is practical and yet easy to implement? The Legacy of Wisdom program was started in 2008 with input from several people, most notably Roshi Joan Halifax, Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Ram Dass, and others. With two successful congresses in New York (2011) and Colorado (2013) and a "...

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As those of us born in the Baby Boomer Generation are expected to live longer than our parents, there are a number of behaviors in which we can engage that make that life expectancy a joy rather than a burden. These include physical, emotional, and empathetic activities that will help Boomers flourish in their later years.

In this episode, participants will discover:

  • Six behaviors that have a strong impact on healthy life expecta...
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