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Mike Allen and Mike Stevens

On AARP internet radio, Jane will take your calls about reinvention, along with guest Mike Stevens. President of the Champions Tour, a division of the PGA for professional golfers age 50 and older, Stevens is also a 15-year veteran of the tour. He joins us today to discuss life on the links after 50, and how a professional golfer found his game in his 50s on the fairways.

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On Wednesday, June 20th at 10:00 a.m. ET, Jane Pauley speaks with ‘Your Life Calling’ guest Jan Erickson, who after being inspired by disabled church members, started her own fashion line of easy to wear and fashionable clothing. She is joined by  creative career coach, Barbara Bowen, Founder of Gateways Coaching, who is driven to help people get started in the arts. Visit http://www.aarp.org/jane to listen, or call 1-855-444-JANE (5263) to join the conversation. Also tweet questions using #askjane.

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Thursday, May 31st at 10:00 a.m. ET, Jane Pauley speaks with ‘Your Life Calling’ guest Gid Pool, who after taking a stand-up comedy class for fun; fell completely in love with performing. He has taken his comedic passion to the seas, where he currently does acts for cruise lines, and loves every moment of his time onstage. He is joined by professional career coach, Elizabeth Crook, CEO of Orchard Advisors, who is driven to help people find the work they love. According to Liz, if everyone loved their work, the world would be a better place. Visit http://www.aarp.org/jane to listen, or call 1-855-444-JANE (5263) to join the conversation. Also tweet questions using #askjane.

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Tuesday, March 13th at 10:00 a.m. ET, Jane speaks with ‘Your Life Calling’ guest Paul Giannone, who left a successful IT career to start a small business, and Ken Yancey, CEO of SCORE. Mr. Giannone left an information-technology career that he never loved and followed his passion for pizza, founding a Brooklyn restaurant, Paulie Gee’s. Ken Yancey is CEO of SCORE, one of the nation's leading advocates for small businesses, helping people start, build and maintain small business companies.

Visit http://www.aarp.org/jane to listen, or call 1-855-444-JANE (5263) to join the conversation. Also tweet questions using #askjane.

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Today, at 10:00 a.m. ET, Jane speaks with ‘Your Life Calling’ guest Jenny Bowen, winner of the AARP Purpose Prize, and community outreach expert, Barb Quaintance. Jenny Bowen founded “Half the Sky Foundation,” a non-profit that helps Chinese orphans overcome the pain of loneliness through foster families. Barb Quaintance is Senior Vice President of AARP’s Civic Outreach program, which strives to support non-profits and create meaningful volunteer opportunities.

Visit http://www.aarp.org/jane to listen, or call 1-855-444-JANE (5263) to join the conversation. Also tweet questions using #askjane.

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Ask Jane Pauley a question today on AARP internet radio. Starting at noon ET she’ll be taking your calls about reinvention, along with guests Elizabeth Craig and Orlando Ward. Career reinvention specialist, Elizabeth Craig, helps people find and develop purpose driven and fulfilling careers. Orlando Ward is the Director of Community Affairs for Volunteers of America Greater Los Angeles.

Visit http://www.aarp.org/jane to listen or call 1-855-444-JANE (5263) to join the conversation. Tweet questions using #jane.

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Today at noon ET, Jane talks with ‘Your Life Calling’ profiles, the Sutherlands and guest James Pettit. The Sutherlands, founders of the Tuscan Women Cook, a program that teaches you to cook like a local villager in the heart of Italian wine country. James Pettit, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Overseas Citizens Services, gives expert advice and tips on how the government will help you travel abroad.

Visit http://www.aarp.org/jane to listen, or call 1-855-444-JANE (5263) to join the conversation. Also tweet questions using #jane

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Today, on Ask Jane, ‘Your Life Calling’ expert, Lester Strong and guest Peter Davoren. Lester Strong is the CEO of Experience Corps, which challenges people over 55 to become community leaders and role models, especially in local schools. Peter Davoren is the CEO of Turner Construction Company and supports educational youth development both personally and through Turner’s Community Affairs programs.

Visit http://www.aarp.org/jane to listen, or call 1-855-444-JANE (5263) to join the conversation. Also tweet questions using #jane.

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Chaplain Richard Rittmaster

Jane Pauley's full interview with Your Life Calling's September profile, Chaplain Richard Rittmaster. He left his job as a Lutheran minister and became a chaplain in the U.S. Army National Guard, counseling to soldiers and their families at home and abroad.

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Today, on Ask Jane, Lieutenant Colonel Jason Dempsey, a career infantry officer in the U. S. Army, currently serves as the First Lady’s White House Fellow. His career has focused on coordinating policy with the Sate Department and military personnel. ‘Your Life Calling’ guest, Chaplain Richard Rittmaster, counsels traumatized soldiers after combat tours in Iraq. Supporting soldiers in the field is mission to which he feels strongly compelled.Visit http://www.aarp.org/jane and call 1-855-444-JANE (5263) to join the conversation or tweet questions using #jane.

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