Second Act

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Host Paul DiMeo teams up with experts to guide and inspire people who are attempting to realize their personal passions, transform their lives, or build new careers.

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A Taste of History:World Travels

Thursday 9pm ET

Join Chef Walter Staib's mouth-watering adventure around the world. See how traditional dishes are prepared using historical techniques in native environments.

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RLTV, the only cable network and online destination for Generation 50+, inspires viewers this weekend to 'Rediscover' their passions with the premiere of A Taste of History: World Travels on Sunday, October 4 (10:00PM ET). This hour-long special is the highlight of a 'Rediscovery Weekend' filled with inspirational episodes of RLTV Lifestyle Originals, including Stanley on the Go.

16 Reasons Why The Kids of the 1980s Should All Be Dead

While the title of this article refers to Kids of the 1980's we can all relate to these scenarios. Even if you grew up 50's, 60's or the 70's

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8 Great Reasons to Be Your Own Boss After 50

Due to massive downsizing, forced early retirements and job burnout, more and more people 50+ are looking for an alternative to a corporate job for the next stage of their lives. As a coach to startups run by people over 50, let me give you eight reasons why becoming an entrepreneur can let you combine …

An Unexpected Lesson in Forgiving Myself

A lifetime ago, when I was 11, a 14-year-old boy asked me to dance. The year was 1966. The place: a co-ed sleepaway camp in upstate New York. The boy was a stranger to me and his invitation was hardly magical. Just moments before, I’d seen him scowling at his counselor, who was pointing him …

A New Way to Help Your Parents Stay in Their Home

It’s a quandary many families face: Mom and Dad, now retired, need more money to live on and want to remain in their home but are wary about signing up for a traditional reverse mortgage with a bank. (Yesterday, the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a cautionary report on these loans and their advertising.) …

Aging Populations Are Good for the Old and the Young

You can’t escape talk of rising intergenerational conflict between aging boomers and young Millennials. Among the more powerful beliefs in Washington, D.C., is that thanks to Social Security and other old-age programs, boomers will absorb more scarce economic and government resources, starving programs that benefit the young. The tug-of-war extends deep into the workplace, too. …

How This Man Started a Passion-Based Nonprofit

When David Schweidenback was in Ecuador as a Peace Corps volunteer in the 1970s, he noticed that everyone walked everywhere, except for his landlord — he had a bicycle. With that bike, he got more accomplished in a day than anyone else. Schweidenback returned to the U.S. and didn’t think much more about bikes and …


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