Rewire your Future!
We offer pre-retirement workshops, backed with a booklet full of practical advice on how to avoid the pitfalls and provide individuals with a framework to help them build their own blueprint for a new life stage, combining in-depth practical and psychological advice with skill building and discussion.
Our interactive sessions anticipate the challenges involved in your renaissance for a new life stage.How to meet needs
We help provide you with solutions for meeting needs previously met by work in order to create a fulfilling retirement.
Information and Discussion
Our interactive sessions prepare you for what to expect with comprehensive discussions backed by our handy work book for retirement.
What You Get
The opportunity to plan for a retirement that is rewarding with exciting goals, loving relationships and abundant health backed by our ‘Rewire your Future’ booklet
Studies show that retirees receiving pre-retirement guidance, particularly on life planning, adjust better however, most advice available relates to finances and not life planning
Without an holistic plan, many retirees find themselves on a cliff edge this can lead to free-fall with a loss of purpose and often depression but retirement should be a dynamic new life stage of 25-30 years.
Retirement advertising promotes the illusion that retirement is a continuous holiday or a lifelong walk on the beach but retirement has many unknown pitfalls and like any holiday, requires a plan and a budget.
Why Choose Us
Our tailor-made workshops looks at the challenges and pitfalls of retirement, provide information and tools to help individuals ‘REWIRE” for an exciting new life stage.
The Bridge has evolved over several years in answer to a perceived need and was driven by conviction arising from our own experiences and those of people around us of the challenges in adjusting after retirement and finding ways to rewire . Giving workshops is one of them!
What are the Pitfalls of Retiring?
Struggling with lower income
Loss of identity leading to depression
Marital friction The24/7/365 Syndrome
Moving home on impulse and regretting it
Upcoming Talks & Workshops
Venue: your own home
Date: Monday 17th August 2020
Time: 18:00 – 19:30 with a short break halfway
Cost: R100 for online session (special 65% reduction in cost).
For further details and to register, please contact:
Paul Britton on email@example.com or 082 887 3120.
Frequently Asked Questions
Retirement is not what I expected, now what do I do? Should I try to go back to work?
How do I cope with more time and less money?
In your experience, what makes for a happy retirement?
It is good to have projects that
- you enjoy,
- are for the benefit of yourself AND other people,
- use your time, skills and experience,
- make you learn NEW skills and information (keeps your brain active)
- make you get up and get moving (keeps your body active)
- introduce you to new people of different ages,
- your spouse enjoys doing with you (ideally), or encourages you to do.
Why do you expect couples to attend workshops together?
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Telephone: 082 887 3120
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