Retirement used to mean the end of work, a secure self- identity, a life of leisure and the inevitable onset of old age. Retirement expert, Jeri Sedlar will present a new retirement model – rewirement – and discuss the 5 step rewiring process from her highly acclaimed book, Don’t Retire, REWIRE! Working with pre- and post-retirees, Sedlar discovered the pain, pleasure, pitfalls, and possibilities associated with planning and living in retirement, plus the lifelines needed for continuous engagement throughout life.
In this program, you’ll discover:
- How to identify your drivers or personal motivators and how they impact your future
- The dynamics of creating a rewired life portfolio
- The health benefits of rewiring
Date: Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Time: 12:00 noon Eastern (9:00 am Pacific, 10 AM Mountain, 11 am Central, and 6 AM Hawaiian)
Cost: Free of charge
About Jeri Sedlar
Jeri Sedlar is an internationally recognized author, speaker, and lecturer on the topic of retirement. She is the co-author of the highly acclaimed book, DON’T RETIRE, REWIRE! 5 Steps To Fulfilling Work That Fuels Your Passion, Suits Your Personality and Fills Your Pocket and ON TARGET: Enhance Your Life and Ensure Your Success.
For more than 20 years, Jeri has been actively researching individuals and organizations on the pleasure, pain, and possibilities associated with an aging society. Her findings led to the creation of the five-step Rewiring© process, which focuses on finding new purpose, new passions, new play and new work possibilities that promote healthy, fun and fulfilling futures.
Her belief is that life planning done in conjunction with financial planning allows individuals to leverage their personal and professional assets to the fullest. She has emerged as one of the country’s leading thought – leaders on “the new way to do retirement,” or as she calls it rewirement©.
Jeri has served as Senior Advisor to The Conference Board on the Mature Workforce, and as a Judge for the AARP Best Employers Award for Workers 50+. She was a Delegate to the White House Conference on Aging and is currently on the AARP Executive Council of New York.
Her passion is the non-profit sector and its related challenges, and she serves on many boards. A graduate of Michigan State, she resides in New York City with her husband.