Are Boomers Tired of Retirement?

by evoker on September 25, 2014

in Self development

phD RetirementI have trained several hundred people in the past few years in the work of retirement planning.

Many have been very ready to move ahead and enjoy or endure their last months of work. They were ready to plunge into this less-career-identified space we still most often call retirement. Others were somewhat ready and knew they had work to do unless they wanted to be totally surprised by leaving their career. And still others were woefully unprepared, and did not even know they were.

Continue reading this article, Getting Your Ph.D. in Retirement, at my blog on the Psychology Today website.

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bridgeSome teachers of human awareness start with the language we used a long time ago, before we knew what a synapse or neuro-science was. One of our great teachers, with one foot in modern anthropology but with her heart in the wisdom traditions, needs to be better known. 

I invite you to learn more about this teacher, Angeles Arrien, whom we lost this spring, via this piece I recently wrote for my Psychology Today blog.

Image above Copyright Marko Kudjerski under Creative Commons license.

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