Don’t retire – Refire
Join the Financial Planning Institute of Southern Africa (FPI) and Lynda Smith for a webinar scheduled to take place on the 12th of May 2021 at 2PM.
Living longer may mean we need to find ways to work for longer, develop a new career or consult for a number of years.
It means we should preserve our investments for as long as possible and find ways to help stretch the funds needed for a longer life. A life of 20- 30 years beyond a profession calls for searching for meaning and purpose. We need to manage both our lifespan and health span. No-one wants to live longer with more disabilities.
We need to ensure that we remain relevant, open minded and become lifelong learners. Making decisions about where to live over a longer span will also impact our investments.
This talk will help you to understand your clients holistically and guide them to engage in a meaningful longer life and find places where they can engage to find belonging.
12 May 2021
14h00 – 15h00
1 – Technical Verifiable Continuous Professional Development (CPD) hour
Investments | Pension fund benefits
Asset Management | Retirement planning
Investments & Investment Risk | Pension & Retirement
Meet the speaker Lynda Smith
Social entrepreneur Lynda Smith is at the forefront of a social movement to plan the extended work lives of 50-plus workers in both quality and duration – to benefit both individual and national development – and is regarded as a thought leader and advocate for the 50-plus generation. To this end, Lynda’s 50-Plus Skills provides a forum for soon-to-be retired or retired individuals to plan their future lives, upskill, engage with like-minded individuals or contribute in terms of voluntary mentoring programmes or hands-on involvement with NPOs.
50-Plus Skills also consults with organisations to prepare their employees for their next life chapter. Lynda’s empathy, passion, socially conscious outlook and wealth of experience in both education and business provide the perfect foundation for an organisation that helps clear the mists of uncertainty around the question commonly asked by retirees – ‘What now?’