Why should I retire? Who am I now? What am I going to do? Men who do not find new meaningful activities to replace work risk boredom and a sense of purposelessness that can be stressful and lead to depression and other health problems.
The Men and Retirement presentation focuses on the emotional issues in retirement that are often neglected. Issues like loneliness, loss of identity, boredom. The presentation ends with a guide for organizing a life in the later years that has meaning and purpose for you.
Table of Contents
I Qualifications of Henry Quinlan
II Four Biggest Challenges Facing Men in Retirement
a) Loss of identity
d) Reinventing oneself
III Identity - Questions
a) Who am I?
b) Am I defined by my job/title?
c) What does the day after retirement look like?
d) What will a 24/7 marriage look like?
e) What is the plan?
IV – Loss and Change
a) Accepting loss
d) Beware depression
e) Having courage to ask for help
V - Numbers Tell the Story
a) 18 62 200 35.5 43
VI - Building an Emotional Pension
a) Strategies for meeting the emotional issues that come with retirement.
VII - Time for Introspection
a) What is my passion?
b) Do I have long time held dreams?
VIII – What the studies teach us.
a) Exceeding Expectations Study
b) 8 lessons
IX – Building a Plan
a) What are your expectations?
b) Don’t be defined by things
X - Summary
Wives, sisters, daughters and partners should hear this presentation!
Fee: $125.00 by Zoom