About George Jerjian
George Jerjian is a mindset mentor serving his tribe – retiring baby boomers – by helping them to discover that in the afternoon of their lives, they deserve to live a life of purpose and passion, and to go out with a bang, not a whimper.
Using PSYCH-K®, George’s mission is inspiring his tribe to transform themselves, by reaching out for a new and worthy goal in the next chapter of their lives.
From retirement to refirement
George was just 52 when he was given six months to live. Thankfully, his diagnosis was wrong, but so was the “hellish” semi-retirement he was propelled into. George had money, friends, newly restored good health, and an active social life, but it wasn’t enough. And so, he ‘unretired’ and embarked on a journey to discover his true purpose.
George’s innovative and pioneering program, the DARE method, has helped clients the world over and his latest book, DARE to Discover Your Purpose, is an international bestseller. Through them he challenges boomers to rebel against conventional approaches to retirement, reset their subconscious mind and remove obstacles which stand in the way of the life they want to live.
George’s illustrious career spans several fields including marketing, journalism, real estate, and finance. He’s an Emmy award winning producer and a Distinguished Toastmaster. He has a business degree from Bradford University in England and a master’s degree in Journalism from New York University.
Speaking with purpose and passion
George delivers thought-provoking and inspiring speeches on retirement, semi-retirement, and agism. He has a captivating, yet gentle style and speaks from the heart about his retirement experience and journey to find his purpose.
George enthrals audiences big and small, and has been giving talks to the public, business, and the media for the past 20 years.
To book George to speak at your event, visit A-Speakers
George Jerjian interviewing Dr. Phil
George Jerjian: Life stories
What can you leave behind in 2021 that no longer serves you? Sitting in my office the other day, my mind wandering aimlessly, I caught sight of something on my wall. My certificates. Documents...
Like many people during lockdown, I have made use of this extra time at home to do some ‘decluttering’. I’m a firm believer in ‘making space’ for new things in life by clearing out the old. I didn’t...
In May 1985, I travelled to New York with my wife Talyn in what was to become my eight-year odyssey in America. I started my first business with my brother Chris, which was a furniture importing...