Rock Your Retirement Show
RE025: Money isn’t everything
July 7, 2017
Henry interviews me and we talk about how money isn't everything. I actually was hesitant to release this episode since it seems a little self-serving, but my “deal” with Henry was to release his episodes one at a time so that they would live on in the Rock Your Retirement feed. So here goes…. We started off the interview talking about my treadmill desk. You may have heard me talk about my treadmill desk on other episodes. I love my treadmill desk! If you haven't seen it, join my private Facebook group so you can see a picture of it. It's a great tool for staying healthy. Henry and I also discussed my previous career as a Financial Advisor and how and why I walked away from most of my business. We also talked about why I began selling Medicare Supplement Insurance. However, the main focus of the interview, and why Henry invited me on his show was to talk about the Rock Your Retirement show and how money isn't everything. This is a subject that is near and dear to my heart. I started this show with a set of certain topics I would be discussing with people. Those were: * Social and Family * Adventure and Travel * Volunteer and Philanthropy * Spiritual/Soul * Sex * Helping your parents/sandwich generation issues Over time, that list of topics has grown and I have learned a lot! We also talked about all of the mechanics of starting and maintaining a podcast such as * Technical * Equipment * hosting * questions for guests * editing I had no experience in podcasting when I began, and it has been a wonderful learning experience. I am also so grateful for my “tech guru”, my husband, Les. Henry and I also talked about a retirement community Les and I were considering in Buckeye, AZ but we decided the extremely hot temps were not for us! So it's still sunny (and cooler) San Diego for us right now. Sites we mentioned in this interview: * Dave Jackson's, School of Podcasting * Libsyn I had a great time talking with Henry Shapiro and I hope you enjoy listening! Special Thanks to: * Angie Strehlow who helps us get great guests that help us with our retirement lifestyle while keeping everything on track…and helps with these show notes! * Les Briney, my husband, who edits the show and makes my guests and me sound terrific * Henry Shapiro, host of Retired Excited that airs on Fridays * YOU for telling your friends about the show, leaving comments below, and sharing episodes you really like on Facebook, and reviewing the show on iTunes This post about retirement and Retirement Lifestyle first appeared on