Strategic Life Planning Seminar for Anyone Over 40 Years
A strategic life plan often includes career concerns, financial issues, health matters, and key social relationships. However, depending on the priorities of the person, it can also contain leisure activities, religious and spiritual development.
Embarking on a strategic life plan gives one the chance to take a step back and look at one’s life as a whole. By doing so, one can criticize constructively its many aspects to learn where one requires growth and what aspects of one’s life needs adjustment so as to be able to experience the highest fulfillment and satisfaction out of life.
Creating a personal strategic life plan is purely knowing precisely what you want and being determined to get it. Only by discovering your innate, personal skills and developing and exploiting them to their highest degree can you ginger yourself up to make the most out of life so that one can get the greatest amount of satisfaction and enjoyment from everything you choose to do.
Creating an action plan through strategic life planning can give you the highest rewards for your efforts. It is the starting point in getting the best out of yourself.
Planning of one’s life in the 21st century has become more challenging than ever before. These days, people often work for several years after professional retirement, some people continue working until they are 75 years or older. Young people, at the beginning of their professional life know that they may change careers up to 4 times. But those already established in their profession are also forced to constantly adapt to the changing tides. Therefore, one must continue to learn and make important decisions in one’s life. Chaos and stress often cloud our vision, So, how can you regain and renew your perspective on life? Strategic life planning is your toolbox in this quest.
Strategic life planning is incomplete without engaging in retirement planning as well. Retirement is often left to the last minute., research and our extensive experience suggests people should realistically give some thoughts to the major changes and challenges of retirement three to five years before the event.
Transitioning into retirement is often a difficult phase in one’s life when one is faced with the prospect of an uncertain future particularly in a peculiar environment like Nigeria with her unending wavering economic predicament
Our unique and practical approach to dealing with the issues and challenges of retirement, ensures our seminar participants receive the best preparation for retirement. Our objective is to give our participants the confidence to make the necessary plans for a long and rewarding retirement.
Participants on our seminars are given the key information to maximize the opportunity that retirement presents. Participants need to embrace this new phase in life with an open mind and adequate preparedness. In engaging in strategic life planning the first thing one has to think about is increasing your personal “return on energy,” rather than return on equity. One needs to realize that the most essential and valuable asset in one’s life is your ability to think, to act and to get result.