Sunday, October 31, 2010
Watch Beyond 50's video book trailer on "The Future in the Stars" (Findhorn Press) that was written by Alison Chester-Lambert. The author explains about dwarf planets that have been newly discovered in a realm at the edge of our Solar System. They tell a fascinating story about the coming industrial discoveries and social transformations of the 21st century. She will also debunk the hype around 2012 and provide the REAL astrological meaning behind the energy of that special year. A new Industrial and Social Revolution is about to happen. To order a copy of "The Future in the Stars" from Findhorn Press, visit www.findhornpress.com.
*Produced and edited by Joy and Daniel Davis of Beyond 50 Productions.
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Friday, October 29, 2010
Scary Dreams & The Art of Dream Interpretation
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Gillian Holloway, bestselling author of "The Complete Dream Book." Although monsters sound silly when we describe them, they represent real issues, people or challenges in the dreamer's life. While kids are prone to monster dreams, they are a lifelong phenomenon. After 9-11, there was an international wave of dreams about reptiles! The collective psyche recoiled in fear and reptiles became the "new monster" for a couple of years.
Whole Life Insurance
Trauma & Gaining Love
And a Magical Time!
Friday, October 22, 2010
No Live & Online Broadcast
Beyond 50 will be exhibiting and emceeing the stage this weekend at the Baby Boomers Lifestyle Expo in Portland, Oregon. We'll be back next week for a live broadcast.
Investing in Whole Life Insurance
For Beyond 50's "Personal Finance" talks, listen to an interview with Pamela Yellen, founder of Bank on Yourself. She has worked with over 30,000 financial advisors since 1990, helping them build their business. After investigating over 450 financial products, tools and methods that were touted as sure bets for growing wealth, she found that most of them were turned out to be not even worth the paper they were printed on.
- They are divident paying whole life policies with a special rider added on that puts the growth of money in the policy on "legal steroids."
- Virtually unknown to most financial advisors and experts, the dividends can be left in the policy to purchase additional coverage, while at hte same time growing cash value most efficiently. This yields more equity, especially in the early years of the policy, allowing people to use it as a financial management tool fromt he start.
- Policies are customized for each person's situation, goals and dreams.
- Not appropriate for people who can't make ends meet. More beneficial for families earning between $75,000 and $300,000 annually.
Pamela Yellen will be on Beyond 50 for an interview next Thursday, Oct. 28 at 9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET). Join in the conversation!
Friday, October 15, 2010
Fall: Growing Your Pharmacy
Friday, October 15
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
For Beyond 50's "Gardening" talks, listen to an interview with Linda Gray from England. She'll be educating seasonally, about fall gardening, on our program so you can learn how to grow a garden that is geared towards high vitamin and mineral content. You really don't need nutritional supplements for good nutrition. She'll explain about specifically growing specific plants, from those that are high in Vitamin C to varieties that are Niacin-rich. She'll also cover edible flowers and medicinal herbs.
How an American Built a Billion-Dollar
Doing Business in Germany - 1) Germans have an intense focus on the rules. 2) You'll need a strong PR firm. 3) Germans have an aversion to change. They are the most risk-averse in Europe. The entrepreneurial spirit in Germany is not encouraged because starting a business is risky.
Doing Business in Italy - 1) Italians like to say, "Yes, Yes, Yes." Going from "Yes" to implementation is the challenge. 2) Italians have a relaxed sense of time. Therefore, managing your time is important. 3) Italians are more open to forming an alliance with an American than with each other. 4) When doing business in Italy, have a partner you really, really trust.
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