When he was 60, Alan Funk retired and turned his hobby into a small business. Twenty years later and he’s still making and selling White Swallow banjos. His story could help you think about what you could do in retirement.
No matter how well you plan there will be the unexpected in your retirement—the same as there is in life at any stage. In this podcast, we discuss some of the things that can happen. The bottom line is that there are times when you have to be flexible.
This is the final of three podcasts where Dr Darren Morton talks about findings in his new book, Live More Happy.
This is the second of three podcasts where Dr Darren Morton talks about findings in his new book, Live More Happy.
This is the first of three podcasts where Dr Darren Morton talks about findings in his new book, Live More Happy.
One of the best ways of preparing for retirement is to build friendships and then hang on to your friends. In this podcast, we discuss the importance of staying connected in retirement.
The transition to retirement will bring some surprises—no matter how prepared you think you are. This podcast discussion looks at some of the issues involved.
When you retire, you get the time to look back and reflect on the things that have happened throughout your life so far. You’ll think about the good things, but there’ll also be those uncomfortable moments where you wish you’d said or done something differently. This podcast takes a look at regret and what you can do to turn your regrets into a more positive experience.
Many preparing for retirement plan to shift when they retire. For some it’s the sea change, for others it’s a tree change, or for a whole range of other reasons. This is a major decision that needs a lot of thought. This podcast looks at various issues to think through as you make this decision.
Back in 2002, psychologist Martin Seligman wrote about authentic happiness (the title of his book. A couple of years ago he wrote saying happiness was not enough. The best life is one that flourishes. This podcast discusses what he says makes a flourishing life, but then expands it further.