Life transitions can be exciting and challenging. Throughout our lives, we experience many changes and shifts that will impact our outlook on things. Some changes will take us out of our comfort zone, but experiencing them can help us learn how to cope. This philosophy goes for retirement as well.
In this podcast episode, Wes interviews Nancy Schlossberg, former psychology professor, author, and co-president of TransitionWorks. During the episode, Nancy explains the importance of transitions in your life leading up to your retirement. She also shares her life experiences regarding change, different kinds of retirees, resources for coping with change, transition stages, and how the retirement process is affected by these transitions.
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