- Be More Centered
- Being Alone
- Brain Power Series
- Comfort Zone
- Cultivate Compassion
- Enjoy Housework
- Find Lost Things
- Home Improvement Motivation
- Inner Artist
- Introvert to Extrovert
- Learned Helplessness
- Live Your Values
- Living Alone
- Living with Uncertainty
- Personal Change
- Personal Growth
- Personal Power Programme
- Plan Your Future
- Reinvent Yourself
- Retirement Confidence
- See the Funny Side
- Stop Being A Fixer
- Stop Being Judgmental
- Stop Self Obsession
- Strength of Character
- Wise Advisor
Retirees - boost your confidence for retirement today
Work is not just work. It meets many needs, for self esteem, self confidence, social ties and so on. And so when you retire it can knock your confidence. It is easy to feel 'past it' or 'over the hill' when you retire.
Many people, once retired, feel redundant and that they are of no use to anyone. They often feel guilty stopping working having worked all their life. If you're retired, perhaps you just don't know what to do with yourself. Or maybe you haven't retired yet but the thought of it fills you with dread.
Retirement's hidden potential
Despite the obvious pitfalls, retirement has the potential to be the best part of your life. You know more than you've ever known about life and other people, you have more time to pursue your interests, you have built up a network of friends. But of course it isn't just financial security or physical comfort that makes us happy, we need to be stimulated and stretched by challenges and retirement a wonderful opportunity to learn all kinds of new skills and to develop in every way.
Your human needs
To be happy in life you need to have your human needs met. You need to feel connected to people around you, feel safe and secure in your environment, you need to give and receive quality attention and have at least one person or even household pet that you can feel intimately connected to. You need to be stretched and challenged to keep you interested and excited by your life, you need to have a sense of control over your life and feel you have purposes and achievable goals. The extent to which these needs are met will correspond to how happy you feel.
Confidence for Retirees will motivate you to meet your needs for happiness now that you are retired.
Your potential retirement
Forget about 'losing brain cells' as you age. Research shows us that the connections between your brain cells will increase indefinitely if you continue to use your brain to meet new and exciting challenges. We become better at seeing the bigger picture as we age and therefore have a better perspective and in some ways we can make better decisions.
You can develop yourself both mentally and physically in retirement. But maybe 'retirement' is the wrong word - think of yourself as having changed focus in life. You'll now have the time to do what you really want to do.
Confidence for Retirees will get you relaxed and excited about your retirement and looking forward to the years ahead.
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