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MEN IN RETIREMENT How You Can Help - new

Course ID 21216
Price $10.00 (GST included)
Status Module is finished.
Location St Lukes, 4 Heydon Street Mosman
Tutor Lanning Bennett
Sessions 1 session of 1.5 hours
Start date Friday, 08 June 2018
Finish date Friday, 08 June 2018
Time 10.00am - 11.30am

Do you have someone in your life who is looking to retire soon? Men can often find the adjustment to retirement hard going. Retirement can of course be fantastic and exciting. But it can also be lonely and boring. And this impacts not just the man but the entire house. Woman of course have their own lives but they can also play a strong role in supporting their partners through this time and in this course (the sister course to our longer four week program for men called Men in Retirement - Making it Great) we will discuss these retirement issues and what wives or partners can do to help their husbands build a truly great retired lifestyle.

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About the presenter

Lanning Bennett retired three years ago after a twenty year career in banking and a further twenty years starting and growing and then selling a B2B software firm. He is the founder of the 'Men in Retirement - Making it Great' initiative (see Facebook and social media pages for more details), and a Retirement Coach.

He believes that having a great retirement requires work, often lots of work and presents challenges, often lots of challenges. That for many men, coming from demanding but validating jobs, the transition to retirement can be particularly tough.

Reaching out, taking risks, finding new things to do, building a great new life can be scary. Retirement is a challenge. It is the second biggest period for divorces, it can place great strains on personal relationships and marriages. It can be lonely and yes, sometimes even depressing.

But of course it can also be the most fantastic time of a person's life.

It just requires ongoing work and focus and maybe a few new skills and approaches.


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