Re-Booting the Boomer Psyche
September 29, 2014
Hosted by Tom Matt
Living to age '100' is a great goal, however the key is to have the QOL (Quality of Life) to accompany the longevity. As your behavior and thoughts go so does success in every aspect of your life. Join aging expert and Psychologist Dr. Deborah Heiser as we talk about several attributes you should consider to improve your happiness and longevity. With a multitude of issues facing the baby boomer generation we talk about several important topics for example: positivity and behavior, living as a member of the sandwich generation, the effects of substance abuse and depression. No one said living longer is easy, we alleviate the anxiety one behavior at a time, because getting our heads right is the first step to achieving your dreams
Tom Matt's Boomers Rock’ Radio Talk Show
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Tom Matt's Boomers Rock talk show discusses how to improve the quality of your life. Tom brings in experts on fitness, psychology, nutrition, brain health, self-improvement, and finance, and together they cover the latest ideas that can help you take better care of yourself and better care of the people you love.
The modern world is a complicated place, and the older we get, the more complicated it seems. Sometimes we need to listen to experts apply their knowledge to real world problems. So if you have a question, ask Tom to find that expert with the answer.
Tom has had his share of challenges, and reaching out for help is what led him to change. Even if you aren't challenged, caring for yourself and your family is a full time job. Boomers Rock can help point you in the right direction.
Boomers Rock can’t guarantee you happiness, but if you are interested in learning how to improve your life today, then stop by and listen to the conversation.
Tom Matt is a small town Michigan boy who grew up playing baseball and football, just an average American kid. Like so many, he never took his talents seriously. Unfortunately, bad habits gave way to damaging substance addictions. He married, had a daughter, but his lifestyle led to divorce and more change.
Tom realized that he had a serious issue with alcohol and sought help to change his ways. He moved back to Michigan with his daughter and began to live the life he was meant to enjoy.
In 1999, sober and starting to build back his health, Tom reconnected with a high school sweetheart whom he married in 2001. Change begat change, and Tom enrolled at Michigan State University, earning both Bachelor and Masters degrees in Telecommunication Information Studies and Management.
Convinced that fitness leads to improved quality of life, Tom pursued a personal training certification with the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Tom also competed in the Flint All Natural Body Building contest in 2010 As a rookie competitor, he placed 3rd in the Grand Master category, utilizing only whole foods and strength training.
In 2011, Tom created “Boomers Rock” and has interviewed dozens of experts in fitness, nutrition, finance, and brain health. His mission is to help others improve their quality of life. Who better to counsel those seeking help than someone who has ventured into the darkest tunnels life offers, but has become a new man during the journey out.