Bonus Years on Changing the Rules Podcast

Listen as we chat with Ray Loewe about living with purpose in your Bonus Years! EPISODE SUMMARY “It’s better to wear out than to rust out.” This is the wisdom Phil Burgess found after “failing at retirement twice.” After his several false starts at retirement, and lots of self-reflection, Phil wrote a book called, “Reboot:…

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Bonus Years Interview in the Talbot Spy

The following article is used with permission from “Better to Wear Out Than Rust Out While Aging with Phil Burgess” by Dave Wheelan, published on May 28th in the Talbot Spy. For the last four years, the Senior Summit, an annual gathering for seniors, children of seniors, and caregivers on the Mid-Shore, has gone out…

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Breaking the Rules – Phil Burgess, guest

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Phil Burgess, author of “Reboot!” and a weekly column called Bonus Years discusses his beliefs about the importance of managing your retirement. Stay engaged, help others and be productive. His book, Reboot! is filled with ideas, plans and instructions on how to reboot your own life.

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Telstra’s Phil Burgess, Rural Press Club of Victoria

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Telstra’s Dr Phil Burgess provides a unique insight into how healthcare, education, tourism, agriculture and the environment can all be greatly enhanced through the innovative use of technology in his speech “Plugging the leaks: building high performance communities in rural Australia” which was presented to the Rural Press Club of Victoria’s 4th general meeting for…

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Telstra’s Phil Burgess – CommsDay Summit 2008

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Telstra’s Dr Phil Burgess spoke at the CommsDay Summit held in Sydney, April 2008. Phil argued Barry Hall from the Sydney Swans is enjoying a free ride after his seven week suspension handed down by the AFL Tribunal because of the legacy that Graeme Samuel, now head of the ACCC, left when he was an…

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