Date(s) - Monday, June 5, 2017
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Williamson County Public Library
Sometimes you know exactly what you want and how to get it, and sometimes the answer isn’t as clear or feels out of reach. However, when people look ahead with curiosity and courage, the possibilities are endless.
A Life Reimagined Checkup, a course developed by AARP, offers a fresh, personalized, authentic, and thought-provoking approach to help persons in all kinds of transitions, not just retirement, navigate the next phase of life. With inspiring stories of ordinary people who’ve reimagined their lives in extraordinary ways and with helpful, personal exercises, A Life Reimagined Checkup is the perfect way to help anyone figure out what he or she really wants to do and how to get there, one step at a time. …More importantly, it creates a mindset that turns possibilities into reality.
Please register online so that we can have the seats and materials available for you to enjoy while participating in the program.
Presenter Ed Zinkiewicz left a successful 40 year career as a software engineer to become an author, speaker, and workshop facilitator. He is the author of the Retire-To series and a contributor to Mature Years, Ministry Matters, Presbyterian Outlook, and S.A.G.E. He is a member of the Middle Division Leadership Team of AARP in Tennessee, and speaks to groups on issues related to life transitions particularly retirement.
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