Building a bridge from work to post-work

This article is authored by Jon Glass, Retirement Coach and Director of 64Plus, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Retirement is a transition in life, and one of the major ones at that.  Reading some research from Harvard University, I found this useful concept: the identity bridge.  What is this bridge? It is about finding … Continue reading Building a bridge from work to post-work

No Shame, No Blame

This article is originally published by PsychMed, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. In the past, mental health has been stigmatised, minimalised, and marginalised. Individuals have been made to feel like a lesser part of society. Change is afoot, and while there’s a long way still to go, the topic of mental health is no … Continue reading No Shame, No Blame

5 Simple Rules of Investing

This article is submitted to us by Smart Home Deposit, an award-winning traditional financial advice firm based in Melbourne, and a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Fact: You don’t have to read a bunch of books to become a smart investor, BUT you do have to understand a few basic principles. Here we go, your … Continue reading 5 Simple Rules of Investing

Navigating the Emotional Side of a Career Transition

This article is authored by Ron Ashkenas and is originally published by Harvard Business Review. Let me begin this post with a personal confession: Although I’ve talked with many managers about career transitions over the years, I’ve never had a career transition myself until now. For the past 37 years I’ve worked as a management consultant … Continue reading Navigating the Emotional Side of a Career Transition

Think retirement is smooth sailing? A look at its potential effects on the brain

This article is authored by Cella Wright and is originally published on Ideas.Ted. Ah, retirement. It’s the never-ending weekend, that well-deserved oasis of freedom and rest we reach after decades of hard work. As long as we have good health and sufficient savings, we’ll be OK, right? Not quite. Some studies have linked retirement to poorer health and … Continue reading Think retirement is smooth sailing? A look at its potential effects on the brain