Positive Aging, Longevity & “Retirement”: The Best is Yet to Come!
Like us, do you feel much younger on the inside than on the outside?
Like us, are you sometimes surprised by your own age?
Like us, do you think that the concept of retirement is outdated?
Do you want to learn how to thrive over your next decade and beyond?
Join us to learn how to mindfully build well-being, meaning and purpose into your “retirement.”
Psychology and medicine have spent the last century researching what is wrong with people and helping them repair and heal them.
There is also much to be learned by researching what is right with people. Psychologists Sher Kamman and Kirke Olson have spent over half of their 70+ years of combined experience doing just that. They help others improve their well-being, amplify their strengths, and thrive (in spite of everything).
Positive Aging, Longevity & “Retirement”: The Best is Yet to Come! offers you the chance to learn how to improve your well-being, discover your strengths and flourish as you approach or during your “retirement.”
Here is one small example: There is an enormous amount of information and misinformation on what to do to lengthen your lifespan. But lifespan and healthspan are two different things. Lifespan is how long you live. Healthspan is how long you are healthy. Sadly, there can be a big difference between the two. We want you to learn ways that can make them closer to the same length.
There is a lot to learn. Here is what we offer:
We meet every other Wednesday on Zoom beginning March 3 ending May 12 6:00-8:00 PM Eastern Time (6 two-hour classes)
(March 3, 17, 31, April 14, 28, & May 12, 2021)
This is a personal journey so the class is limited to just 20 people.
We will meet using Zoom.
This is the beginning of a lifelong journey, our class will be “hands on” with some lectures, a lot of discussion, things to practice in class, and homework between classes.
Here are some (but not all) of the topics we will cover:
Discovering your inner strengths and how they contribute to well-being including taking an assessment.
Exploring factors that contribute to an expanded healthspan.
Exploring purpose and meaning in your life. (e.g., What cause would you pursue even if you knew it could not be completed it in your lifetime?)
Practicing some mindfulness techniques linked to improved aging.