Yak About & the Baby Boomer The Yak About broadcasts deliver on air and online conversations, interviews and stories engaging the Baby Boomer Generation and beyond with discussions, tips and information. Hosted by an authentic conversationalist, intuitive listener and a boomer himself, David Yakir brings a genuine, down to earth and disarming personality that talks with his audience and his guests with out talking at them. David shares Engagement, Education, Enjoyment & Empowerment on air and online for the Baby Boomer Generation delivered with humor, wit and thought.Boomers Yak About: brings stories, interviews, ideas, and common-sense conversations to spark the interest of the generation that has learned they are not old anymore. With the technology of today, the opportunities are endless, the rules of aging
New York, New York – David shares some NYC insights and is Yak About Today Amusing? Tania Answers I couldn’t help it. I began the trip with a fateful meeting with my first love Holly and her husband (my second love). I had to post it as it was the perfect start to a perfect trip back home.. http://media.blubrry.com/yat/p/yakirgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/October-23-2017-Yak-About-Today-Auphonic-Processed-Final-for-Broadcast-10-18-17-5.08-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | RSS
Tania Ortega-Cowan brings new life to Yak About Today as David Yakir’s Co-host. Tania is a leading and well respected Graphic Designer, Photographer, Writer, Singer and Vocal Performance Coach in southern Florida.
The season III preview of Yak About Today with Tania Ortega-Cowan
On this episode of Yak About Today, we stopped our planned discussion and I went on a 20 minute mobile rant. It’s just too damn expensive!
Shooting the Shit with Wayne; Companies hiring 65+; Are Smart Phones making us Dumber? COMPANIES ARE HIRING THE OVER 70 CROWD. Of course, there are obvious downsides of the geriatric demographic: They may be luddites, fossilized in their ways, or burnt out or lethargic, and—it’s true—the clock is ticking. But researchers are discovering that some cognitive abilities don’t peak until later in life. A study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology last year measured mental abilities among executive job applicants across the age spectrum. Generally, older executives scored modestly lower than younger ones, with the largest drop-offs for subjects older than 60, which is why positions like air-traffic controllers have a mandatory retirement age of 56. Yet age has a positive correlation with higher