The research says that the best retirements come from a holistic approach to life and retirement. That’s according to Joanne Earl, an associate professor and retirement researcher at Macquarie University. She suggests a ‘six-bucket’ approach that involves an emphasis on all the following: Health; Wealth; Social; Cognitive; Emotional; Motivational. Bruce Manners is the author of Retirement […]
One of the best ways to approach retirement is to create a portfolio life. That’s Peter Black’s advice at a time when, he says, there is no longer a real model for retirement. Peter is a business and executive coach and also an accredited retirement coach. There’s so much more in this conversation.
Peter Black is a business and executive coach and also an accredited retirement coach. He talks about the challenges brought on by retirement and of what is often an ‘emotional roller coaster’ going from a structured work life to, essentially, a blank canvas.
Jill Weeks, the co-author of Retire Bizzi shares the stories of people she’s met and what they’re doing in retirement. Long involved in the retirement industry, she’s researched and understands what’s involved in this decision. She has also written 21 Ways to Retire and co-authored Where to Retire in Australia and is a regular contributor to ABC radio.
Jill Weeks, the co-author of Where to Retire in Australia talks about how to work out where to retire. Long involved in the retirement industry, she’s researched and understands what’s involved in this decision. She has also written 21 Ways to Retire, co-authored Retire Bizzi and is a regular contributor to ABC radio.
Owen Weeks, a well-respected veteran of the retirement industry, prognosticates about the future of retirement. He’s been in the industry since the mid 1970s and has some interesting thoughts about the future. Check out the podcast.
Here’s your chance to eavesdrop on a conversation with Owen Weeks, a well-respected veteran of the retirement industry talking about how retirement has changed over the years. He’s been in the industry since the mid 1970s. Check out the podcast.
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.