Interviews with Experts to Help You Create a Fulfilling Second Half of Life
The New Retirement: Create a Life You Don't Need a Vacation From
Join Us On This Webinar and Discover the Top 9 Issues to Consider
in Your Retirement
Dr. Dorian Mintzer
Ten thousand people are turning 65 every DAY, and by 2030, all Boomers will be at least 65. Are you ready for retirement? Here are some things to consider:
- "Fun" Retirement Vocabulary words
- Importance of 6,570
- Reflections about relocation
- Working in Retirement (and the five Ps)
- Money and Your Brain (behavioral economics)
- Purpose and Values
- Retiree Regrets
- Summing it up: Secrets for a Successful Retirement
- Shed your skin/molt!
Note: This will be an audio-only interview - no video.
About Jan Cullinane
Jan Cullinane is a recognized expert on holistic retirement. Her books include two previous editions of the best-selling The New Retirement: The Ultimate Guide to the Rest of Your Life, the award-winning The Single Woman's Guide to Retirement, and Retire Happy. She is the Healthy Living columnist for ideal-LIVING magazine and a contributor to Everybody Has a Book Inside of Them and The Weekend Book Proposal.
Jan has given numerous presentations about retirement. Her clients include AARP, The Smithsonian, In-N-Out Burger, Wells Fargo Advisors, and the U.S. Federal Government, among others. She is frequently interviewed for print and online media, and has appeared on national and local TV and radio shows.
Her educational credentials include a B.S. and an M.Ed. from the University of Maryland, and an ABD from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. She lives in Palm Coast, Florida with her husband Roger, has three married children, five adorable grandchildren, and sincerely believes these years are the best years, if you're prepared. And, she can speak backwards fluently!
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November 22, 2022, at 12 Noon Eastern
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