Friday, May 15, 2009
So for a quick blast from the past ... just stand by and you can relive some of those "precious" moments.
Joe Cocker ... ya gotta love this guy ... I saw him in concert twice ... and now ... for those of you who couldn't quite understand the first few times around ...
Click the picture below for the lyrics ... FINALLY IT'S CRYSTAL CLEAR!
This is hilarious ...
Monday, May 11, 2009
I just found this interesting survey on the Workplace Law Network ...
New research from the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) reveals that many baby boomers fear being held back in various areas of life by ageism. The Commission defines baby boomers as those aged between 49 and 63.
The poll, carried out by YouGov on behalf of the Commission, reveals that three-quarters of baby boomers think they will face discrimination in employment as they get older.
Survey respondents also reported feeling discriminated against outside of work, in areas such as:
- taking part in sports
- shopping, particularly for electronics
- going to pubs and bars
Nine out of ten baby boomers agree with proposals to end ageism in the Government’s Equality Bill. The anti-discrimination rules aim to protect older consumers from unequal treatment by providers of goods, facilities or services such as High Street shops, sports clubs, holiday resorts and health centers.
Trevor Phillips, Chair of the Commission, said:
“There are more than 11 million people in the boomer generation who aren’t planning on slowing down for a long time yet, but they clearly fear that they will be stopped in their tracks by ageism.
“If they are right, not only would this be grossly unfair to a generation that helped to make our country prosperous; it would be a criminal waste of the talent and experience we need to dig us out of our current economic hole.”
Interesting information on the baby boom generation ... how do YOU feel?
Friday, May 8, 2009
The Memory Secret Inc. is an American company based in Miami, working also from Europe. The active ingredient that makes its products different from the rest has been clinically proven, and research suggests it helps to maintain healthy blood circulation in the brain and support certain neurotransmitters in the memory process, aiding mental function. These “MemoFoods” have beneficial health effects for almost anyone over the age of 18, such as students, middle-aged people (baby boomers) who are active and start to suffer the first symptoms of memory loss, through to elderly people who have a more advanced cognitive deterioration.
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Baby Boomers just won’t quit. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Boomers are starting new business’s in increasing numbers. So much so, that they are by far the largest age group of new business start-ups. Some of these entrepreneurs are focusing on the Baby Boomer market itself and it seems to be working, even in a tough economy.
Now is the time if you have always dreamed of owning your own business to go out there, re-invent yourself and do something you love … you have a lot of life skills that you can put to good use.
Don't let the younger generation intimidate you ... after all ... remember Woodstock ...lol?