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Navigating Retirement flyer

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  1. 1. Your new life stage: Fulfilment in Ageing Thinking through your options will help you to create a retirement plan that works for you. This may include pursuing your interests or part-time work, volunteering, travel, study and balancing family commitments. As a qualified counsellor specialising in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Training (ACT) I can assist you to plan your future and manage potential road blocks quickly and effectively should they arise. Are any of these familiar to you? Planning Creating Life Options “I do not want to retire because when I do I know that I will be expected to look after my grandchildren” “My wife has so many jobs for me that I could spend all my retirement doing that and not enjoying any of my own interests” “How will I cope with the boredom?” “What will I do with the time?” “People will not value me as they have done when I was working” “I do not want to think about getting older and losing friends and family” “I have always focused on my career and have not thought about how I can have a sense of purpose outside of work” Like any milestone in our lives, planning generally means that we will be more successful and achieve our goals.People usually focus on their retirement savings and income with no real plan for how they intend to manage their life, time and relationships. Fear and subsequent avoidance results in failure to plan. www.goalquest.com.au Rick Mason How does this next stage of life we all refer to as “Retirement” make you feel? Do you feel daunted, fearful, panicked, uncertain, confused, miserable or excited and optimistic about a new beginning? It could be time to take control and plan for your future. TRANSITION TO RETIREMENT COACHING
  2. 2. GROUP WORKSHOP 2 -2.5 hours Min 4 to max 10 participants $150 per person (GST inc) INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS You can have just one session which may be all you need or as many as required. 1 – 4 hours would be the usual time frame required. $175 per hour (GST inc) Multiple locations and delivery options available. Support Options “Rick was a fantastic source of support for me. He clearly understood and responded to how I was positioned after my retrenchment. At no stage did I feel like I was being ‘processed’ through a pre-determined system. He was very open, flexible and knowledgeable at all times and gave me tangible, meaningful and specific guidance. I really enjoyed my one-on-one’s with him. A very personable and skilled consultant.” “Excellent Subject knowledge.” “Great communication & pace of training.” “Excellent examples to help us think of relevant ideas.” “Well informed and clear information.” “Interesting and entertaining, thanks Rick.” Goal Planning: Areas for Fulfilment and Ageing Testimonials Contacts: Rick Mason Certified Life Options Retirement Coach Aug 2011, ABN 79376497171 0416 125 321 rick@goalquest.com.au www.goalquest.com.au Career & Work Family & Relationships Health & Wellness Leisure & Social Finance & Insurance Personal Development If you are aged 50 and over, now is a good time to consider developing goals and actions to realise your future through considering the following areas. Hayley C (OD Manager National Insurance Company) John P (Facilities Manager) (Group work shop responses) “Rick was sensational. He kept putting me back on track whenever I got side-tracked. Rick’s coaching was almost solely responsible for boosting my self-esteem when I hit the self-doubt wall.”

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