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Living Longer: Part 3

The Time of Your Life

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13m 52s
Language:  English
This is the third talk in the series Living Longer. It looks at how you want the retirement phase of life to look like by considering what you want to have, to be and to do.
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This is the third talk in the series Living Longer, it explores the new words that have entered our vocabulary; Unretiree, Encore Career, Legacy Career and Olderprenuer. It looks at how you will want the retirement phase of life to look like, by considering what you want to have, to be and to do, when you get to the point in your life when you are able to choose what it is you really want to do. When we reach retirement age, we know what we like to do, we know what our passions are, and we also know that research says keeping our brain and body active promotes wellbeing. In this stage of our life, we can all have the opportunity to create a really exciting portfolio to meet our skills and interests.

About the Author

Sandy Leong

Sandy Leong set up her training business, Sahara Consultancy UK Ltd, - now rebranded as MyTrainingResources, over 25 years ago. She started it at her kitchen table in response to the problems of childcare and the need to be more flexible in her working life, and also having a passion to achieve something of which she could be proud. She is a trained teacher and holds the Certificate in Training & Development.

Sandy is a sought after speaker delivering talks that both entertain and inform. Working both on land and at sea lecturing to many diverse groups from Historical Societies and U3A’s to audiences on board cruise ships.

She is a well-respected trainer delivering management development and personal development training programmes across the UK and internationally, known for her practical and results focussed style.

She is passionate about helping and empowering people, especially women, to develop the confidence to reach their goals.

Locally she is Chair of the Board of Trustees of a large charity, a member of Charnwood Museum Committee and a Past President of a Speakers Club within the umbrella of the National Association of Speaker’s Clubs, holding the Advanced Speakers Award.