Encore

Ageism is a widely accepted form of discrimination that affects all of us. The youth are regarded as inexperienced and entitled, while older people are widely seen as inept mentally and physically. There is evidence, however, that these are false narratives.
Ageism is a widely accepted form of discrimination that affects all of us. The youth are regarded as inexperienced and entitled, while older people are widely seen as inept mentally and physically. There is evidence, however, that these are false narratives.
The singer-songwriter opens up about collaborating with Ed Sheeran, and why Miranda Lambert is "the best."
One of the most brilliant things about Marc Freedman's Encore is its starting point: it sees the aging of the population as an asset. It sees these extra decades of life as a resource that can -- and must -- be put to good use.
You've reached a certain age -- over 50? 60? 70? -- and stage in your life: Your energy level is still high, the desire to help others is stronger than ever, and the concept of retirement makes you shudder. So what do you do?
Real change needs more. Systemic change needs forces beyond individuals, individual programs, beyond even enlightened leaders. It needs the ground to shift. It needs larger planets to align.
When you look over the plays Noel Coward trumpeted during his fabulous career, few give the impression of being in any direct way autobiographical.
Where is the myth in building greater awareness and greater confidence? What's wrong with dreaming big? There are solutions out there for us, but they do not lie in retreating to timidity, or, worse, intimidation, in the face of change and uncertainty.
I am forced into a dangerous melodrama between me and my loved one -- my television.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the premium network will reshuffle its eight sub-channels with new programming catered
Whether it's to make money, pursue a second (or third!) career or simply for your own personal entertainment, don't let the voices inside your head convince you that you can't try to learn and apply a new skill.
Bloggers have had much to say lately about the difficulties of working women who are raising children and/or managing dual-career marriages, as well as those who are planning to marry or to have children. They've paid less attention to women in their 50s, 60s and early 70s who are confronting work-family pressures, too -- but of a different sort.
After previewing the series last week, HuffPost TV has two more exclusive clips from the crime drama, which show Marsan and
David Morrissey plays Detective Thomas Thorne in Part 2 of Encore's 'Thorne' miniseries, entitled, 'Thorne: Scaredy Cat.'
It's good to be David Morrissey -- not only did the British thesp recently land the iconic role of The Governor in Season
New approaches and small investments in midlife transitions can help millions of people secure their own financial futures so they can help others in their encore careers.
Jenny Bowen, a 2011 Purpose Prize winner, was inspired by the adoption of her daughter to start a non-profit to help provide
Bill Clinton, Bill Gates and Al Gore may all be remembered for the work they did after the end of their hugely successful midlife careers. And what about the rest of us?
The idea of investing in companies catering to the hard-up might not be palatable to some people. But it is profitable. Montagna
When we found "An Awesome Book" last year, the author, Dallas Clayton, blogger for We Love You So had done an irresistible